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MAN EATING PLANT TO TAKE CENTER STAGE IN DARLINGTON SCHOOL’S PRODUCTION OF ‘LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS’

Written by Matt Davis on February 5, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

Darlington School’s production of the hit comedy sci-fi horror musical “Little Shop of Horrors” will take the stage this weekend at the Rome City Auditorium.  Doors will open Friday and Saturday at 7 pm, with showtime at 7:30 pm.  There will also be a Sunday matinee for which doors will open at 2 pm with showtime at 2:30 pm.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONCLUDES TODAY WITH FOCUS ON FLOOD SAFETY

Written by Matt Davis on February 5, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

The observation of Severe Weather Awareness Week in Georgia concludes today with a focus on Flood Safety.

POLLING CHANGE FOR MARCH 1ST PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY

Written by Matt Davis on February 5, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

It won’t be too long until voters head to the polls for the March 1st presidential preference primary election.

BARTLESON IS FLOYD COUNTY SCHOOLS’ SPELLING BEE CHAMP!

Written by Matt Davis on February 4, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

Johnson Elementary School fifth-grader Emily Bartleson is the Floyd County Schools’ Spelling Bee champ for 2016!  Bartleson correctly spelled the words ‘gunnysack’ and ‘macaroni’ to clinch the title during the annual Floyd County Schools Spelling Bee on Wednesday at the school system’s central office.

SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES WITH FOCUS ON LIGHTNING SAFETY

Written by Matt Davis on February 4, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

The observation of Severe Weather Awareness Week in Georgia is entering its final days.

FLOYD COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE HONORS ITS OWN AT ANNUAL MEETING

Written by Matt Davis on February 4, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

The Floyd County Sheriff’s Office held its Annual Meeting on Wednesday during which employees were praised for their contributions, team efforts and the work they performed throughout 2015, according to a FCSO media release.

FIRST TRAVEL-RELATED CASE OF ZIKA VIRUS CONFIRMED IN GEORGIA

Written by Matt Davis on February 4, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

The Georgia Department of Public Health has confirmed the first travel-related case of Zika virus in this state.  The individual, who was not pregnant, traveled to Colombia between the end of December and the first of January and has since made a full recovery.  Tests are still being conducted on specimens from other Georgia residents with travel history to areas where Zika virus outbreaks are ongoing.

JACKSON IS THE LONE FINALIST FOR FLOYD COUNTY SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT

Written by Matt Davis on February 3, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

John A. JacksonOnly one finalist has been named in the search for a new superintendent of Floyd County Schools.  Current interim superintendent Dr. John Jackson was announced as the lone finalist for the post during the February meeting of the Floyd County Board of Education on Tuesday night.

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