Berry College’s women’s and men’s basketball teams dropped a pair of matches to Southern Athletic Association rival Centre College on Sunday afternoon in Danville, Kentucky.
POLICE CONFIRM THAT BODY FOUND SUBMERGED IN VEHICLE IN ARMUCHEE CREEK IS THAT OF MISSING FLOYD COUNTY WOMAN
The Floyd County Police have issued a statement related to the discovery of the body of a missing Floyd County woman that was found submerged in her vehicle in the Armuchee Creek on Saturday night. Angela Lynch Worsham, age 33, had been missing since the evening of Saturday, February 1st. She was last seen departing from the Food Lion shopping center in Armuchee. Her disappearance was reported the following day.
Today is the final day of Severe Weather Awareness Week in Georgia. The focus will be Flooding Safety.
Shorter University’s men’s and women’s basketball teams dropped a pair of Gulf South Conference outings with Christian Brothers University last night at home.
high school basketball teams are gearing up for region tournaments. Those tourneys will get underway today and continue throughout the week, all leading up to the state playoffs.
The Harbin Clinic will host their third annual Community Wellness Expo on Saturday, February 8th from 8 am until 11 am at the Clinic located at 1825 Martha Berry Boulevard in Rome. Free height, weight, blood pressure and pulse check will be offered to men and women over the age of 18, along with appropriate lab work.
The Floyd County Board of Commissioners attended the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) Capitol
Berry College’s men’s and women’s basketball teams will be on the road tonight to take on Southern Athletic Association rival Sewanee. Tip off is set for 7 pm for the women and 9 pm for the men. Coverage will be provided on WLAQ AM 1410 and www.wlaq1410.com. WLAQ will also have coverage this Sunday afternoon as Berry’s basketball teams head to Danville, Kentucky to take on Centre, with a 1 pm start time for the women and the men set to tip off at 3 pm.