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Berry’s latest eaglet has taken flight from the nest.
Morning updates from the Floyd County, Bartow County and Polk County jails.
Former Los Reyes location being split into Peacthree Immediate Care, second office as development continues along Cartersville’s red hot Morningside Drive. Business
Salvation Army to open family store/donation center in West Rome; hiring six additional staffers. Salvation Army
Third and final suspect caught in shooting of a Florida man outside QuikTrip in Adairsville. Arrest
Politics: 840 advance voters so far. You can vote this Saturday and Sunday, too. 67% of early vote is Republican. Floyd GOP plans primary results party May 22. Governor signs Dempsey bills. Vote
Education: Eight Floyd County College & Career Academy students ‘sign’ to commit to being educators. CCA
Education: Model graduate now a valedictorian at Georgia College. Floyd School Board meets Saturday. GNTC’s spring 2018 graduates. Education
Buzz: Rome Police Sgt. Steven Smith honored by MADD for DUI arrests. Superstar of service award goes to Scharla Battles of Cancer Navigators. HBO to film in Cedartown later this month. Buzz
Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Some rain possible today, Friday; look for low 90s Friday-Sunday. Weather
Remembering Gene and Glenda Norris of the Glenwood/Armuchee community who died just days apart after 64 years of marriage. Norris family
Obituaries: Mrs. Annie Kate Wright Brock, Mr. William Edward Davis, Ms. Lillie Marietta Gibson, Mrs. Viola P. Huckaby. 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: Sports
Cartersville heading to 4A baseball semi finals; vs. Heritage at home on Tuesday.
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7:40 a.m. Tannika Wester and Charisse Durham talk about Saturday’s ‘A Night to Remember’ and what it means to continuing efforts to ende Alzheimer’s Disease.
8:10 a.m. Jim Pledger, Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s law enforcement academy director, on training students on when to use deadly force and why.
State business headlines: Georgia Trend
Health headlines: Georgia Health News
Northwest Georgia jobs: Career Builder