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Georgia Power has a released a statement regarding safety around water activities this holiday weekend and during the summer.
A wreck in Bartow County is slowing holiday commute.
AAA will once again offer their Tow to Go service to avoid DUIs during the holiday travel in Georgia.
The Georgia Department of Transportation announces that they will suspend lane closures over the holiday weekend.
An arrest has been made in connection with the incident that occurred Wednesday at the Georgia State Patrol Post on Martha Berry Highway.
A homeless man is charged with credit card fraud and a Cedartown man is jailed for terroristic threats and acts.
The Georgia State Patrol is making final preparations for the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Troopers will be on full patrols, concentrating on impaired drivers and seat belt violations.
Once completed, this 2013 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax project will extend water lines to the Everett Springs community in northern Floyd County.
Capt. Dave Roberson has announced his intent to run for sheriff in 2020 when current sheriff Tim Burkhalter steps down.
In preparation for the Shakespeare Festival, the Town Green Fountain will be closed until after the festival on June 12.
At issue are two uncontested county school board races that appeared on city ballots.
Two are arrested for aggravated assault in separate incidents, a man is charged with terroristic threats and acts and police make several drug arrests.
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that Rome posted a mixed month in April even as the state saw generally down numbers for several cities.
After reports of shots fired in the area at around 6:30 p.m. police found a man who had been shot near the walking trail leading to Walmart off of Redmond Circle.
A reported man with a gun walked into GSP Post or DDS called into scanner traffic. The suspect has not been apprehended. We will know more details once they are available.