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  • Possible Foodborne-illness Outbreak At Toyo

    As many as 1,800 employees may have been exposed, according to public health officials.

  • Mini-van Crashes Into Building

    A vehicle crashed into the Georgia Foot and Ankle Specialist building on West 10th Street around noon on Monday.

  • Log Truck Overturns In Cave Spring

    One person was injured when a log truck overturned in Cave Spring just before noon Monday.

  • RICO Auction Brings In More Than $1,000,000

    The Summerville home of former Floyd County School System Maintenance Director Derry Richardson sold for $390,000 at auction Saturday morning.

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Updates on the Toyo Tire catered event that resulted in many people becoming ill.
Arrests include a man accused of possessing stolen firearms, two people charged following an alleged hit and run, and two people charged with theft by receiving a stolen motor vehicle.
A 33- year old Cedar Bluff, Alabama woman has been arrested on charges of chemical endangerment after her stillborn baby tested positive for methamphetamine.
Frank Barron and Dr. Paul Ferguson were named grand marshals of the Rome Christmas Parade during a breakfast at the Coosa Country Club Tuesday morning.
The restaurant that catered the employee event has voluntarily closed pending re-inspection.
Time is running out if you would like to donate to the Salvation Army's Coats for Kids drive.
Be safe, let someone else drive this holiday season.
A mini-van plowed through the front window of the Georgia Foot and Ankle Specialist building Monday.
One person was injured when a log truck overturned in Cave Spring just before noon Monday.
Hometown Headlines is reporting that Northwest Georgia Public Health is investigating reports of what some are calling a widespread case of food poisoning at the Toyo Tire campus.
A Calhoun man was booked into the Floyd County Jail over the weekend, charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute.
Cartersville Police continue to seek two suspects wanted in connection with multiple incidents of automobile break-ins and the theft of a vehicle that occurred last month.
The 45.5 million Americans who hit the road this Thanksgiving will find the most expensive gas prices for the holiday in three years.