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Flu season came in this year with a vengeance, and also a bit sooner than in years past.
A 20-year old Cave Spring man was jailed early Friday on charges of battery and terroristic threats and acts.
A 31-year old Calhoun man was booked into the Floyd County Jail following his arrest on Wiseman Road Thursday.
The Floyd County Police Department has arrested 28-year old Terry Cleo Tibbitts of Rome in connection with the November 30, 2014 Robbery of the Dollar General on Kingston Highway.
Fay Holden of Lindale is in holiday bliss, having won a Fantasy 5 jackpot prize from the Georgia Lottery.
With Christmas approaching, the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign is in to the home stretch, and they are inching ever so close to their goal.
The man is described as in his late 20s with one tooth.
David Patterson was a recent contestant on the popular game show, which will air December 26th.
Eighteen Georgia Northwestern Technical College students have been selected as their nominees for the 2015 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership.
Organizer said he expects this year's event to be the biggest ever.
Labor Commissioner Mark Butler says it is the largest monthly decrease since 1976.
He was tried for the 2013 murder of Kevin Daniel.
While the flu may have shut down Polk County schools for the rest of the week, Floyd County Schools have no plans to do the same.
AAA predicts up to 2.8 million Georgians will travel over the holiday season.