Heritage First Headlines: Arrest made in motel beating case. Coosa Valley Credit Union tops on Forbes list. Independence Day festivities begin today. More rain possible this weekend.

Heritage First Headlines: Arrest made in motel beating case. Coosa Valley Credit Union tops on Forbes list. Independence Day festivities begin today. More rain possible this weekend.

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Business: Forbes’ ‘best-in-state’ ranking of credit unions puts Coosa Valley in the top spot. CVCU

Deputies arrest suspect wanted in severe beating attack at Royal Inn earlier this week. Beating

Cedartown woman also arrested in Sunday morning murder; new charges against first suspect in the case. Arrests

Updated: Mother, friend indicted on charges of murdering 2-year-old in April. Indictments

Saluting the Red, White and Blue: Four Saturday events kick off Independence Day 2018 celebrations. Day-by-day calendar. Independence Day

Rome Police Capt. Chris DeHart participates in police leadership training in Israel. Training

Buzz: What you need to know about the Spirit of the Sun Festival on July 7. Buzz

Education: More honors for Georgia Northwestern students. Floyd School Board millage rate hearings begin. Education

Ware Mechanical Weather Center: 40% chance of rain and thunderstorms today, heat index near 99. More rain Sunday. Forecast

Obituaries: Mr. James Gayden “Jim” Parnell, Mr. Lee Hoge Pendley and Mrs. Margaret Helen Smith Shell. Obituaries

Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining

Area arrest reports for Floyd, Bartow, Polk counties sponsored by Living Proof Recovery. Crimewatch


Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report: Sports

Rome Braves hang on to beat River Dogs, 1-0.

Next up: Braves at home on Saturday through Tuesday vs. Kannapolis.

Georgia High School Association’s “Dead Week” for suspending all athletics training starts Sunday.

Some of the best junior tennis players in the country are in Rome this weekend to compete in the USTA National L2 16’s & 18’s Championships.

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State business headlines: Georgia Trend

Health headlines: Georgia Health News

Northwest Georgia jobs: Career Builder

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