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  • Floyd BOE Approves Charter School Application

    The Floyd County School Board has approved submission of the Charter System Application, which is due in to the State Department of Education November 1st.

  • Man Gets Life Sentence For Molestation

    51-year old Barry Curtis Hardigree was sentenced to life with 25 to serve on the aggravated child molestation charge.

  • Election 2014: State House District 13

    Republican Katie Dempsey and Democrat Richard Garrett are running against each other for State Representative in District 13.

  • Alabama Woman Charged With Vehicular Homicide

    A Muscadine, Alabama woman who was driving the car in a wreck that killed her husband back in May is facing charges of felony vehicular homicide and DUI-drugs.

  • Charter System Meeting Held

    Language is being added to the Floyd County School System Charter Application to ease the fears of teachers, still on edge following the 2013 Reduction in Force.

  • Hancock, Sams Vying For Floyd County Commission

    Ouida Sams is the past president of the Rome-Floyd Commission on children and youth, while Scotty Hancock is the former Director of Floyd Emergency Management.

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One man is charged with DUI and vehicular homicide.
Republican incumbent Larry Maxey is being challenged by Democrat Bo Arrant
A training session will be held next month for new, state-of-the-art security upgrades in the Floyd County School System.
The Floyd County School Board has approved submission of the Charter System Application, which is due in to the State Department of Education November 1st.
Arrests include accusations of cocaine possession, theft by receiving stolen property, burglary and terroristic threats and acts.
A Silver Creek man is facing a long list of charges after he allegedly caused two wrecks and left the scene while allegedly high on methamphetamine.
Police said a man ate an unknown number of Valium before he was stopped after his arrest on Wednesday night.
The rate is 72.5 percent this year, increasing from 71.8 percent in 2013.
Rome man charged with tampering with evidence for attempting to get rid of drugs by eating them.
Incident happened around 6:40 p.m., according to news release from Calhoun City Schools.
The Floyd County Sheriffs Office will present its annual Gang Awareness and Violence Prevention Seminar on November the 11th.