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47-year-old Kristi Michelle Parmer, who was being held on charges of aggravated assault and robbery, died Friday.
Marlon Keith Griffin, 18, is currently being held in jail.
Georgia Highlands College will officially hold an Inauguration Installation Ceremony for its fourth president Donald J. Green, Ed.D., on September 18 at 10 a.m. on the Rome campus.
Investigators with the Cartersville Police Department and the Cartersville-Bartow DTF conducted an overnight sting that resulted in multiple arrests for crimes in progress.
A man who drove up on a safety checkpoint at Highway 411 and Georgia Loop One Thursday night was arrested on felony drug charges.
The much anticipated opening of the new Anna K. Davie Elementary School took place this morning, as well as the opening of the South Rome Early Learning Center.
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On Wednesday, authorities in Polk County rounded up 22 suspects on drug-related offenses, mostly related to possession of methamphetamine.
It is not quite on par with Black Friday, but stores and malls will be busy this weekend as shoppers look for back to school bargains during the Tax Free Holiday.
Gerald Bruce Lewis currently remains in jail.
Berry College has announced that WRGA will broadcast all of the Vikings football games and numerous basketball games--for both men's and women's teams--this season.
The start of the school year means that buses will be on the roads and children will be waiting at bus stops, so drive with extra caution this morning.
According to the Cartersville Daily-Tribune, Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor recently approved a 6-percent pay raise for sheriffs office employees.
Kim Canada has announced he will not be seeking a 4th term.
The new Berry College tobacco policy will apply to all employees, students, contractors and guests.