In a ruling today a federal court judge in Rome, Ga., agreed with Hutcheson Medical Center and Regions Bank to grant the request for an injunction, effectively stopping the foreclosure efforts of Erlanger Health System against Hutcheson.
An owner and previous employee of Calhoun’s The Fork are asking for help to pay debts incurred by the restaurant prior to its appearance on Food Network’s “Restaurant Impossible.”
Georgia’s sales tax holiday began today (Friday, Aug. 1) and continues through 11:59 p.m. Saturday.
The Georgia Department of Education announced today the 2014-15 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) policy for free and reduced-price meals for children in Georgia’s schools. The USDA’s school meals programs help ensure all students have access to nutritious meals.
Georgia Bureau of Investigation authorities said Thursday that detectives assigned to look into a fatal police-involved shooting in Adairsville last month are close to wrapping up their investigation.
The truck involved in a serious crash Monday traveled through three residential yards before spinning and overturning.
A Calhoun man was arrested and charged with pointing a gun at another driver who cut him off in traffic.
The following information was provided by the Gordon County Chamber of Commerce:
A man who was preparing to move to Arkansas went missing in Calhoun prior to his departure.
Howard W. Hall, age 84 of the Sonoraville Community, passed away July 26, 2014, at the Kindred Hospital in Rome.
Mrs. Shirley Elizabeth Mullins Gann, age 67 of Calhoun, passed away Monday July 28, 2014, at a Chattanooga hospital following an extended period of declining health.
Terry Carter, age 61 of Calhoun, passed away on July 29, 2014.
Mrs. Inez Adell Bryant Winters, age 75, of Fairmount, Ga., passed away Sunday, July 27, 2014, at her residence with her family at her bedside.
A burglar busted a window and cut a wire cage to burglarize a van parked at a Calhoun business.
With a call to 911, a convenience store clerk Wednesday began an incident that would result in the capture of two escaped inmates.
ATLANTA --The Georgia Department of Labor will help 2Work Staffing fill more than 20 jobs with several textile companies in Calhoun and Rome.
Gordon county authorities say a homeless teen is responsible for 20 auto burglaries in the Dews Pond community.
Volunteers closed the Summerville women's battered shelter after celebrating 10 years in existence.
Wet weather has delayed work on a new Interstate 75 intersection in Gordon County.
ATLANTA – As state and national leaders consider alternatives for funding future transportation needs, the Georgia Department of Transportation wants to know what Georgians would like in their 21st Century transportation system and how they recommend paying for it.
A Calhoun teen is set to compete in the Distinguished Young Women of Georgia Scholarship Program, which Sunday welcomed the Class of 2015 to Marietta for the State Finals Week, according to the press release.