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Chick-fil-As in Rome, Cartersville both up for new buildings this summer. Dining
Education: Floyd County Schools receives almost $1.14 million as part of recovery from ongoing theft case. Education
Education: Pepperell High Principal Jamey Alcorn on what he expects on Wednesday–National Walkout Day. Plus: County’s new student resource officers now on duty. Walkout
Student safety: SnapChat, social media claims unfounded but extra security today at Sonoraville High. Safety
Politics: Final three hours to qualify today following no updates on Thursday. Politics
Homes of Hope 2018, set for April 5, is ‘a gathering of anyone interested in foster parenting or serving foster families.’ Hope
Education: Pepperell High literature class takes ‘Read Across America’ to primary students. Exchange Club to present A.C.E. Award today. Education
Buzz: Berry Student Enterprises hold beef, cheese sale today to benefit teachers. ‘Cookin on the Creek’ to help cancer patients. Buzz
Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Another cold one today with a warmer, wetter (two inches of rain) weekend to follow. Storms possible Sunday. Weather
Obituaries: Ms. Kathryn Corbin Gravitt, Master Charles Anthony “Charlie” Thrasher. Obituaries
Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
Area arrest reports for Floyd, Bartow, Polk counties sponsored by Living Proof Recovery. Crimewatch
Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report:
Berry men’s basketball coach resigns.
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7:40 a.m. Dr. Brad Bushnell and his son, Bo, are among the stars in the annual Floyd Against Drugs benefit, this year titled, “Murder at the Skyhop Sock Hop,” set for next Thursday at The Forum.
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