Adairsville police say the two people suspected of burglarizing the Click Mart at 932 Hwy. 140 early Tuesday were captured in Florida on Wednesday morning.
Students in Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s automotive technology program will have a once in a lifetime experience when they compete in The Great Race; a rally-style race with vintage vehicles race that begins in Buffalo, N.Y., and ends in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Tallapoosa Judicial Circuit District Attorney Jack Browning said there is no one to prosecute in the case of a Polk County teen who livestreamed video of her own suicide in late December 2016, based on information he received from police investigators late last week.
A 43-year-old Ridgeland High School teacher was arrested Monday on a felony sexual assault by an authority figure charge and misdemeanor drug charges.
The head of Marietta-based religious charity Feed My Lambs is behind bars on charges he stole more than $870,000 from the nonprofit organization over five and a half years, according to a warrant taken out by the Cobb District Attorney’s Office.
The Fort Oglethorpe City Council recently awarded the construction bid for the second phase of its ongoing sewerage project along U.S. Highway 41.
Organizers at the 1890s Day Jamboree Old Time Fiddlers Convention welcomed close to 100 contestants, including fiddlers, guitarists, mandolinists, bands, banjo players, and cloggers from five states across the south to Ringgold on Saturday, May 26.
Dr. Joseph L. Burton, a former county medical examiner and forensic pathologist, pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiring to illegally distribute opioid painkillers in exchange for sexual favors.
DALTON — The Dalton City Council is moving ahead with plans to put the historic railroad depot at 110 Depot St. up for sale.
MARIETTA — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, better known as PETA, plan on putting up a billboard near the Wade Green exit on Interstate 75 in honor of ten cows killed in a wreck there, according to a news release.
Highway 411 at Covington Bridge Road in Fairmount was closed for several hours late Friday night and into Saturday after a two-vehicle wreck that resulted in one death, with another man in critical condition at Wellstar Hospital in Cobb County.
DALTON — It can be difficult for some people sentenced to community service to work the hours required. Several courts in Murray County have come together to give those on probation an alternative to community service.
Two people are in custody and police are seeking a third person reportedly involved in a shooting at a QuikTrip in Adairsville early Monday.
Georgia's high court ruled a the Polk County court mistakenly revealed to the prosecution a defense attorney's motion to request access for mental health experts to examine their client.
MARIETTA — Dragons gliding across Lake Allatoona, Vikings coming to shore screaming battle cries and a dance-off between Kennesaw Mayor Derek Easterling and Cobb County Commissioner Bob Weatherford.
DALTON — A Northwest Whitfield High School teacher has been arrested after she was found with heroin on school property, officials said.
Around 7:10 p.m. Tuesday, park personnel were notified of a victim that had gone into the river and was not seen coming out. This incident was down river from the Little Falls area at Little River Canyon National Preserve. Multiple agencies from both DeKalb and Cherokee counties were dispatched.
Three months after opposing Erlanger Health System's plan to build an ambulatory surgery center in Catoosa County, local officials have now opposed the company's application to build a cancer center in the same area.
MARIETTA — The Cobb County Police Department and Georgia Bureau of Investigation have revealed new details about an officer-involved shooting that left a man dead Tuesday.
MARIETTA — A man was shot and killed by a Cobb police officer out-side a motel near Six Flags Over Georgia on Tuesday while attempting to flee authorities, according to police.
MARIETTA — The Summerville Main Street will salute Summerville’s living and deceased veterans with a Hometown Heroes exhibit inside the Summerville Depot on May 26.
Adairsville police seized two and a half pounds of methamphetamine early Wednesday morning following a traffic stop on Ga. 140 in what has been dubbed one of the largest meth seizures in the department’s history.
A Bartow County woman will continue to serve a life prison sentence for the death of her 14-month-old daughter who died after ingesting cocaine.
CARTERSVILLE — Originally slated to be a three-year project, efforts to reconstruct several bridges along U.S. 41 are now expected to continue until February 2020.
MARIETTA — A Marietta man has been sentenced to life in prison plus 50 years after being convicted this week of sodomizing a young boy his mother was babysitting, according to the Cobb District Attorney’s office.
Producers for the faith-based feature film, "Kind Katie," about the life of Ringgold teen Katie Beth Carter, recently launched an online equity crowdfunding campaign to finance the picture.
MARIETTA — An estimated $100 million mixed-use development with apartments, hotel rooms, retail and office space is being proposed for 8.7 acres in Smyrna across Interstate 285 from Cumberland Mall, but the project is facing trouble getting approval from city officials.
Rockmart police are still untangling the full scope of events surrounding an armed robbery by a local man who barricaded himself in a church before police found him hiding in the attic.
The Cedartown City Commission is holding their monthly meeting tonight, and expect to have a special guest along to discuss a potential opportunity for the area.
MARIETTA — A former nurse serving a life sentence for sexually assaulting and videotaping sedated patients is back in custody after he was mistakenly released from his medium security prison last week, Cobb deputies say.
Production crews took over the council meeting and Aragon Municipal courtroom last week in a quick use of the Brenda Gazaway Municipal Complex to shoot scenes for a rap music video last week.
In a special called meeting of the Calhoun City Council on Monday, April 2, Captain Tony Pyle was named the new Chief of Police for the Calhoun Police Department, taking over the spot that will be vacated this summer by current Police Chief Garry Moss upon Moss’ retirement.
A jury convicted Chattanooga's James Leon Works Jr. of multiple sex and assault crimes this week in Catoosa County Superior Court after deciding he held a woman in a Fort Oglethorpe house and raped her repeatedly in 2015.
According to Sgt. Kris Hemphill with the Georgia State Patrol, multiple charges are expected to be filed, pending completion of SCRT investigation, against a Dalton woman in with a Saturday afternoon accident involving a motorcycle that resulted in the death of a Resaca man.
Erlanger Health System's plan to build an ambulatory surgery center in Catoosa County was officially shot down this week when the Georgia Department of Community Health denied the company's request for a certificate of need.
Six members of a street gang were arrested and indicted on charges ranging from a Bartow County murder to conspiracy to obstruct justice in U.S. District Court in Rome.
More questions than answers as Gordon County BOE discusses changes of District Improvement Plan, safety at special called meeting on Friday