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Rome Police: One dead, three others wounded in early Sunday shooting in North Rome.
Two Cartersville men charged with murder after Bartow man found shot to death in Butts County. Murder
Shorter University puts 4.2 acres of property along Shorter Avenue back on market for $1.5 million after Butler Group pulls out of deal. Shorter
Business: Ware Mechanical ownership changing hands as Mike Littlejohn set to retire in October passing company to son, B.J. Business
Heart of the Community Foundation now accepting applications for 2019 Heart of Community Awards of Honor. Deadline for nominations is Oct. 20. Nominations
Lawrence Plantation’s Weekend Guide: One Community United’s One Table, Christian music concert at Berry. A look ahead to next weekend with Harbin Hero Hustle. Weekend
Campaign watch: Voter registration drive is Tuesday at the library. Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp in Rome on Oct. 2. Politics
Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Slight rain chance today, high near 89. More rain ahead this week, cooler temps in lower 80s. Forecast
Obituaries: Mrs. Grace Maxine Wimpee Voils and Mrs. Mary Lou Baucom Williamson. 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.
- Berry Vikings win a back-and-forth brawl at Centre with a 38-35 final score.
- Shorter Hawks losing streak continues with 52-0 loss at Valdosta State.
- Georgia Bulldogs top Missouri, 43-29.
- Georgia Tech falls to Clemson, 49-21.
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