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Floyd Emergency Medical Services expanded its ambulance stations in Cherokee County, Alabama, on Wednesday with the opening of a new one in the Lakeside Plaza shopping center in Cedar Bluff.
Marcus Lindsey with Air Methods-AirLife Georgia said the agreement will result in a reduction or elimination of out-of-pocket expenses for patients and their families.
Two Cedar Bluff residents have been charged with theft.
Floyd County Schools will be closed Tuesday. Rome City Schools will have a Flexible Learning Day. Students will not report to school and will instead complete lessons or tasks at home.
A Rome man is charged with possession of methamphetamine and three are arrested in Alabama for drug trafficking.
In the Emergency Room, exam rooms and the waiting room will be expanded. Upgrades to Imaging Services are also planned.
74-year-old Roy Everett Overby was booked into the Cherokee County Detention Center on charges of attempting to elude; he is also on hold for authorities in Cedartown.
The fire reportedly began at around 2:30 am Wednesday and agencies from both Cherokee and DeKalb counties responded to the scene.
33-year-old Stephen Charles Boyd of Rome reportedly ran from EMS personnel when they attempted to check on him following a traffic accident Thursday.
A woman from Rome, a man from Summerville and a man from Kennesaw are all lodged in the Cherokee County, Alabama Detention Center.
Leesburg, Alabama Police arrested two people during a traffic stop after the car they were driving had been reported stolen during a home invasion that took place in Birmingham.
Due to this federal government shutdown, all park facilities and services will be closed.
Adam Kane Wright reportedly failed to stop for the officer in the area of Turner McCall Boulevard and Dogwood Drive, and then drove at speeds in excess of 20 miles per hour above the speed limit.
23-year old Derick Anthony Stone has multiple felony warrants and could be in the Floyd County area.
40-year old James Kyle Clark is facing a long list of charges after police recover over two ounces of methamphetamine a quantity of marijuana, several unlawful pills, and an AK-style rifle.