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First National Community Bank headlines. GHC interim president resigning; former Shorter, Darlington basketball coach Chad Warner takes assistant job at Furman. Final five days of advance voting begin.

First National Community Bank headlines. GHC interim president resigning; former Shorter, Darlington basketball coach Chad Warner takes assistant job at Furman. Final five days of advance voting begin.

Today’s first headlines: Newsmakers: Dr. Dana Nichols, interim GHC president, resigning June 30. Former Shorter, Darlington basketball coach Chad Warner joins Furman staff. State patrol: Accident victim, who got out of his van at the scene, then struck by two vehicles and dies. Final week of advance voting begins. Ballot and sample ballots a click… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Weekend wrap: Schroeder’s has more tweaks for Broad Street; Nagel’s Bagels due in Cartersville. Advance voting Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. at the elections office. Cartersville in state baseball championship series.

First National Community Bank headlines. Weekend wrap: Schroeder’s has more tweaks for Broad Street; Nagel’s Bagels due in Cartersville. Advance voting Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. at the elections office. Cartersville in state baseball championship series.

Today’s first headlines: Weekend Wrap: Something brewing at Schroeder’s on Broad. Coming soon in Cartersville: Nagel’s Bagels, the Shop. Executive promotions at Atrium Health Floyd. Braves’ World Series Trophy due in Calhoun. Secretary of state disqualifies Jeff Lewis from state Senate race; appeal planned You can vote today in the primary. So far, more than… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Newsletter on Greene’s $92,000 SUV, $45,000 monthly security tab; Georgia Trend’s Q & A with Lottery’s Gretchen Corbin; sushi, craft beer updates. Changes in state Senate race?

First National Community Bank headlines. Newsletter on Greene’s $92,000 SUV, $45,000 monthly security tab; Georgia Trend’s Q & A with Lottery’s Gretchen Corbin; sushi, craft beer updates. Changes in state Senate race?

Today’s first headlines: Newsletter: Friday edition. Greene’s security needs behind high-priced SUV, six-digit protection costs, campaign says. Rome’s Gretchen Corbin on lottery’s 30th anniversary. Updates on sushi — and craft beer. A packed Peaks & Valleys. Also today: State judge says Jeff Lewis should be disqualified in state Senate 52 race with Hufstetler, Keeney; secretary… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. More healthcare changes: Floyd’s Atrium teams with Advocate; local urgent care centers purchased. First National Community Bank names market executives. Weekly COVID updates.

First National Community Bank headlines. More healthcare changes: Floyd’s Atrium teams with Advocate; local urgent care centers purchased. First National Community Bank names market executives. Weekly COVID updates.

Today’s first headlines: The parent company of Atrium Health Floyd to ‘combine’ with Advocate Aurora Health in blockbuster deal. Redmond, Cartersville urgent care centers purchased, becoming part of the Piedmont network. Business: First National Community Bank names Calhoun/Adairsville market president, vice president for commercial lending for Paulding/Cobb. Bartow resident latest COVID victim; another probable death… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. On the market: 19,500 acres in Bartow, Cherokee counties. Dr. Mike Hobbs new president at Georgia Highlands. Updates on fatal crash that killed two. Health safety scores for area hospitals.

First National Community Bank headlines. On the market: 19,500 acres in Bartow, Cherokee counties. Dr. Mike Hobbs new president at Georgia Highlands. Updates on fatal crash that killed two. Health safety scores for area hospitals.

Today’s first headlines: Bartow company puts 19,500-plus acres on the market as demand for industrial, residential and commercial space explodes north from Atlanta. Dr. Mike Hobbs is the new ‘Charger in charge’ at Georgia Highlands. Victims identified from Monday’s fatal collision: One from Summerville, another from LaFayette. Two others from Tennessee also were hurt in… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Services Thursday for Silver Creek woman killed in crash; 2 die, 2 hurt in Chattooga collision. Newsletter: Elder’s Ace Hardware moving by June. Lull in medical changes. Ice cream on a roll again. COVID hospital numbers rising. 1,300 votes so far; primary in 2 weeks.

First National Community Bank headlines. Services Thursday for Silver Creek woman killed in crash; 2 die, 2 hurt in Chattooga collision. Newsletter: Elder’s Ace Hardware moving by June. Lull in medical changes. Ice cream on a roll again. COVID hospital numbers rising. 1,300 votes so far; primary in 2 weeks.

Today’s first headlines: Services Thursday for a Silver Creek woman who died after a car slid off Pleasant Hope Road, hitting a tree. An investigation is continuing. State patrol: 2 people are dead, 2 others injured following Chattooga collision just before noon Monday. Newsletter: Elder’s Ace Hardware’s move from east to west (Rome) expected by… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Kay Jewelers switching from mall to East Bend. Downtown dining secret: Newby Farm & Vineyard. Gas prices climbing again. Nonstop voting through May 20. Ahead of the Headlines.

First National Community Bank headlines. Kay Jewelers switching from mall to East Bend. Downtown dining secret: Newby Farm & Vineyard. Gas prices climbing again. Nonstop voting through May 20. Ahead of the Headlines.

Today’s first headlines: Business: Kay Jewelers making jump from the mall to East Bend. A downtown dining option that needs to be on your radar: Newby Farm & Vineyard. Gas prices up 12 cents in a week, $1.08 a gallon year over year. Locally, the average was $3.80 to $3.82 a gallon with the lowest found… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Advance voting begins 12-day run on Monday. Berry documentary examines black, slave cemeteries in Rome. Links to college graduations. 7 COVID patients in Rome hospitals.

First National Community Bank headlines. Advance voting begins 12-day run on Monday. Berry documentary examines black, slave cemeteries in Rome. Links to college graduations. 7 COVID patients in Rome hospitals.

Today’s first headlines: You can vote in advance Monday through May 20 for the primary. Atrium Health Floyd’s freestanding emergency medical center proposal in Chattooga County gets OK from state. ‘The Historic Black and Slave Cemeteries of Rome, Ga.’ is a stunning look at black history, some of those who made it and where they… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Etowah Brunch Market premieres near Bridgepoint. About that Floyd TV station. China City closing today. Rough weather on the way; high winds, half in of rain. Weekend calendar.

First National Community Bank headlines. Etowah Brunch Market premieres near Bridgepoint. About that Floyd TV station. China City closing today. Rough weather on the way; high winds, half in of rain. Weekend calendar.

Today’s first headlines: Newsletter: Every Tuesday and Friday. Etowah Brunch Market steps in at Bridgepoint starting Saturday. Now showing: The Return of the Comic Book Store. New Floyd TV station part of a larger Hispanic model. Peaks & Valleys: Ball gets even better… Berry whiz ‘kid’… The Supreme Court leak. Also today: Business: China City,… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Business updates on Pizza Farm, Mohawk’s closer ties to Latino association. Hospital helipad tests begin. 4 more COVID deaths here last week. Storms expected for much of Friday.

First National Community Bank headlines. Business updates on Pizza Farm, Mohawk’s closer ties to Latino association. Hospital helipad tests begin. 4 more COVID deaths here last week. Storms expected for much of Friday.

Today’s first headlines: Business: People are asking but no, Pizza Farm won’t be ready for Mother’s Day. Mohawk expands ties with local branch of the Latin American Association. Etowah Landing expanding. Health: Training exercises begin Thursday for new helipad at Atrium Health Floyd. 4 more COVID deaths in NW Georgia in the past week plus… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Changes on Broad Street as guitar shop closing; downtown in for a busy weekend. Searchers honored for finding missing children. Grant giving Rome students a ‘voice’ in helping friends, families. Darlington veteran promoted; special sendoff for Chinese students.

First National Community Bank headlines. Changes on Broad Street as guitar shop closing; downtown in for a busy weekend. Searchers honored for finding missing children. Grant giving Rome students a ‘voice’ in helping friends, families. Darlington veteran promoted; special sendoff for Chinese students.

Today’s first headlines: Downtown buzz: Broad Street Guitars closing next month, will join ‘parent’ SMC Music at Central Plaza. Combat Market almost ready to return to duty. 3 Gordon County residents honored for helping find children, 11 and 13, who had been missing for two days. At least 250 absentee ballots mailed to Floyd voters… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Newsletter on Sumo’s replacement, Sparrow Pointe senior residences. Gas prices to climb again? Floyd GOP targets Rome voting.

First National Community Bank headlines. Newsletter on Sumo’s replacement, Sparrow Pointe senior residences. Gas prices to climb again? Floyd GOP targets Rome voting.

Today’s first headlines: Newsletter: Tuesday edition Sumo site to give way to Sparrow Pointe, 50 residences for those 55 and older. Gas prices drop – buy maybe not for long. What’s on our radar: Rezoning resolution? … Farewell to a friend. Popcorn & Politics: Floyd GOP targeting how Rome votes for commissioners. Peaks & Valleys:… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Former Pick O’ Deli site on Dean Avenue sold. Advance voting begins today as forums continue. Busy agenda for planning commission.

First National Community Bank headlines. Former Pick O’ Deli site on Dean Avenue sold. Advance voting begins today as forums continue. Busy agenda for planning commission.

Today’s first headlines: Original Pick O’ Deli site on Dean Avenue sold. GOP gubernatorial hopefuls mix it up Sunday night; matinee was Republican congressional hopefuls. Also: Advance voting begins today. Local parties meet this week. Ahead of the Headlines:  Full agenda as planning commission meets Thursday; prayer breakfast that morning. Shorter, Berry graduations. Plus: Arts… Read more

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First National Community Bank headlines. Woodland High’s Michael Kobito named Georgia’s Teacher of the Year. GOP primary debates today: 14th District, governor.

First National Community Bank headlines. Woodland High’s Michael Kobito named Georgia’s Teacher of the Year. GOP primary debates today: 14th District, governor.

Today’s first headlines: Woodland High’s Michael Kobito, AP music theory teacher and band director, named Georgia’s Teacher of the Year. Primary: GOP 14th Congressional District candidates to debate Sunday on GPB, web; also Sunday through Tuesday: Republican governor, U.S. Senate. Advance voting opens Monday. Upcoming debates (TV or web) and advance voting starts Monday. The… Read more

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