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Bartow County EMS responded to a possible electrocution at 7:18 a.m. Thursday morning.
It could be a bumpy night as storms are slated to move into the area during the nighttime hours.
The Georgia Department of Labor says that Metro Rome's unemployment rate in February was 5.7 percent, down eight-tenths of a percentage point from 6.5 percent in January.
Hometownheadlines.com has the details of the settlement in the suit filed by former students upset over the theft of their records and personal information from an office on the Hill.
Zjuantavious Marquis Jackson is one of three men charged in the fatal shooting of Detaviouius Jamalcom Milner on Copeland Street in North Rome in April of 2015.
The Floyd County Commission approved a resolution to establish the new policy Tuesday night.
Cherokee County Sheriff Jeff Shaver has confirmed to WEIS Radio News that two people are dead as the result of being struck by a vehicle on County Road 22 Wednesday morning.
Arrests include a man charged with terroristic threats and acts and a woman charged with felony obstruction of officers.
The games begin at 9 a.m.
City Manager Sammy Rich told commissioners at their spring retreat that the covered courts will help them to compete more for tournaments.
The commission voted 5-0 to go along with the planning commission's recommendation to deny a rezoning and special use permit for Jerry and Joyce Holland and their twelve pigs.
Harbin Clinic physicians encourage everyone to take steps to get active this spring by taking part in the national Walk With a Doc program aimed at getting people in the community out and healthy.
Zjuantavious Marquis Jackson on trial for the murder of Detaviouius Jamalcom Milner on Copeland Street in April of 2015.
Police are asking motorist to avoid the area.
The center is being moved from North Rome to West Rome.