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Public Health officials have confirmed Georgia's sixth West Nile virus death this year, an elderly Polk County resident with underlying health conditions that contributed to the death.
The Polk County Police Department and Chattooga County Sheriff's Department will host two blood drives with nonprofit regional blood center Blood Assurance in memory of Detective Kristen Hearne.
Georgia gas prices averaged $2.44 per gallon on Sunday, after dropping 8 cents during the past week.
A Rome man is arrested on felony charges after he allegedly hid a gun that one woman used to threaten another.
Georgia gas prices going down and should drift even lower this week.
16 year old teen is stuck and killed by a vehicle in Adairsville.
Fire Prevention Week is October 8-14 and the theme for 2017 is Every Second Counts Plan 2 Ways Out
Two men were arrested after Georgia State Troopers stopped a vehicle that Chattooga County authorities had placed a lookout on, following reports of gunfire in Summerville.
All school systems in our areas exceeded the state graduation rate of 80.6%.
The Coosa Valley Fair marks the beginning of Fall for many in Northwest Georgia.
According to the Summerville News, police responded to a location on Pine Street at around 3:20 p.m. after John Calvin Johnson flipped his zero-turn mower.
Eagle Scouts, Boy Scouting alumni, and former Boy Scouts are invited to attend a special reunion.
In August, Rome's unemployment rate was just 5.3, down from 6.3 percent in July.
According to new information released by Chattooga County Sheriff's office, they are investigating the death of Eddie Lanham of Summerville, as a gun homicide.
Southeastern states see the highest increase following Harvey and Irma.