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Floyd County Schools report data breach with former vendor involving up to 6,400 student and staff names, dates, maybe emails on file between 2008 and 2015. Company offering credit monitoring
First-time jobless claims up in July across Northwest Georgia. Big jump in jobs vs. last year but a drop compared to June’s number. State sets jobs record in July.
Health: ‘Crush the Crisis’ opiod take back is Sept. 7 at Remond; what to know. Saturday: Health Initiative for Men plus Women health fair; Walk With a Doc.
Business: And they’re back — Murphy USA reopens by East Rome Walmart with new store, pumps, entrance/exit system.
Weekend! presented by The Forum River Center: Tillman Race/Walk; downtown Cartersville concert; outdoors.
Rant of the day: A year in the life of local government might scare the life out of you.
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