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Crime reports from Monday night.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Lidl, one of the world’s largest retailers, will create 250 jobs and invest $100 million over the next five years in a new regional headquarters and distribution
A 37-year-old Dalton man was arrested for an incident involving a machete over the weekend.
Floyd County Commissioners will hold public hearings regarding proposed cell phone towers on Foster's Mill Road, Marion Dairy Road, and Gadsden Road.
Good news as we get ready to head into the Independence Day holiday travel period.
According to Rome Police reports, someone entered the Davis, Davis & Patterson law firm on East 2nd Avenue and caused significant damage to the inside of the property.
Rome and Floyd County first responders are teaming up with Blood Assurance today for a community-wide blood drive at the Joint Law Enforcement Center.
Wheelchair athletes from across the country and around the world are headed to Cedartown for the annual 5K race and training camp.
Arrests included a man accused of stealing fishing supplies, a woman charged with meth possession and a homeless man found lying in the road.
A 17-year old Rome resident was jailed Saturday night after allegedly shooting at a man and a woman on Calhoun Avenue.
Arrests include a woman charged with aggravated assault, a man charged with terroristic threats and acts, a man charged with felony shoplifting, and another man was charged with forgery.
Approximately 3,886 North Georgia EMC customers were without power for about an hour in Gordon County Saturday night.
The crash occurred Friday at around 9:10 p.m. on Main Street in the city limits.
The arrests follow a after an investigation by the Polk County Police Department, the GBI's Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit and the Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
A passenger car crashed into the rear of a tractor trailer on I-75 southbound at the Etowah River Bridge just after 7 a.m. Saturday.