Gas prices around Northwest Georgia continue their slow slide downward, but remain higher than prices in communities near the Tennessee-Georgia border, according to GasBuddy.com.
Rock City’s annual Enchanted Garden of Lights prepares to shine bright for its 20th anniversary season beginning Friday, Nov. 21. Beautiful enhancements and new characters await guests nightly from 6-9 p.m. through Saturday, Jan. 3.
Smoked Boston Butts for Thanksgiving
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14), a member of the powerful House Appropriations Committee, was selected today to serve as chairman of the Subcommittee on the Legislative Branch for the 114th Congress.
The Gordon County Animal Control launched an official Facebook page in early November, in hopes of providing real-time animal adoptions as each animal arrives at the shelter.
It took about 30 minutes Wednesday afternoon for a thin wisp of smoke to become a black cloud rolling from the Bekaert Corp. plant in Rome.
A new chapter was added to the saga of Hutcheson hospital on Nov. 19.
A man jumped through a bedroom window after officers found him hiding in a closet, Calhoun police say.
An annual celebration of Calhoun’s agricultural identity starts Thursday and continues through next week.
The new RaceTrac convenience store and gas station constructed in Calhoun is set to open next week.
A woman seriously injured Wednesday morning in an Interstate 75 crash near Resaca could be facing criminal charges.
Nissin Brake Georgia Inc. in Walker County was cited by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration for 11 safety and health violations following a June 2014 inspection at the manufacturer’s Rock Spring facility.
All 27,000 acres of Berry College, the world’s largest college campus, will become tobacco-free beginning Aug. 1, 2015.
When Americans hit the road this year for Thanksgiving family gatherings, 31 percent of us say we’ll be traveling over 500 miles and another 31 percent will travel between 200 and 500 miles. This year 92 percent of us are driving and just 6.5 percent say they’ll fly. But no matter how far we go or how much we think we save on gas… that doesn’t mean we’re looking for ways to spend it.
The discussion of how Georgia can pay for future transportation projects is coming to Rome this week.
ATLANTA (AP) — Temperatures plunged into the 20s in many parts of Georgia -- and dropped to 13 in one spot in the mountains -- as cold air settled over the state.
National Weather Service data at 5 a.m. Tuesday showed that it was 23 degrees in Cartersville and Gainesville; 24 in Rome; and 25 in Marietta.
A U.S. Forest Service weather station recorded 13 degrees near Brasstown Bald -- Georgia's highest peak -- at 5:06 a.m. Tuesday. Another forest service weather station in Murray County, also in the north Georgia mountains, showed it was 19 degrees there shortly after 5 a.m.
National Weather Forecasters say a wind chill advisory has been issued for the north Georgia mountains between 4 a.m. and 11 a.m. Tuesday. A freeze warning in parts of central Georgia is also expected to expire at 10 a.m.
He told his former wife that he would kill her and “they would never find your body.”
We've already seen the high temperature of around 51 today and it has dropped 10 degrees to 41 this afternoon and it's going to get colder. Tonight's low is expected around 22 and the National Weather Service has put out a hazardous weather outlook telling Georgians to bundle up.