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First-time unemployment claims in Floyd County fell by 105 from February to March and by 46 over the year.
Two Calhoun residents have been arrested on multiple charges including trafficking methamphetamine.
Out of 78 students from across all campuses, a winner, and runner-ups have been announced from Georgia Highlands College Speaking Contest.
The Georgia Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the murder conviction of a woman in the death of her 14-month-old daughter who died after ingesting cocaine.
After an alleged domestic situation warrants have been issued following an assault on a pregnant woman.
The conflict in Syria sent crude prices to their highest point in more than three years, and as a result, motorists are about to feel the pain at the pump.
Continuing the effort to educate motorists to change behavior, GDOT re-launches its Drive Alert Arrive Alive safety Campaign
Bartow County EMS responded to Sugar Valley Road for a structure fire with injuries Tuesday evening.
Georgia gas prices hit their highest point of the year on April 2nd at $2.58.
It was reported that over $100,000 was missing from the Bartow Area Habitat for Humanity when Chairperson Mary Holderby met with a deputy.
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning was in effect for a short time early Wednesday morning, but the storm caused little damage apart from some downed trees and power outages.
Tanyard Creek Road near Lake Allatoona is closed due to a large sinkhole.
Ashlea Nicole Chadwick Payne of Cartersville is charged with criminal trespass and aggravated assault.
This event covers the cost that people would normally have to pay in order to get rid of those scrap tires.
Labor Commissioner Mark Butler noted jobs, employed residents, and labor force all increased in February. At the same time, the unemployment rate inched up and unemployment claims dropped.