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Meet The Couple Reviving Business On Dalton’s Block 79

Five years ago, Viviana and Carlos Ramirez opened a boutique on East Morris Street in Dalton. Then, many of the buildings around them were empty - and over time, they started to buy and renovate them. Today, Carlos and Viviana own or co-own several businesses on East Morris Street between...
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Cave Spring Independence Day celebration this Saturday

June 28, 2022–6:35 p.m. A full slate of activities has been scheduled as part of this year’s Independence Day celebration in Cave Spring. All of the events take place this Saturday, July 2, and starts with a .5K at 10 a.m. A “sip and stroll” starts at 11...

Georgia mom accused of fatally stabbing 3 of her kids while house was on fire

PAULDING COUNTY, Ga. (TCD) -- A 40-year-old mother was taken into custody over the weekend after she allegedly stabbed several of her children while her house was on fire. According to a statement, on June 24 at 9:19 p.m., Paulding County emergency services received a call about a domestic disturbance and a fire at 776 Woodwind Drive in Rockmart. The Paulding County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement they received a report about a "female who was inside the home was attempting to stab the occupants."

On the Pride Parade Route With the Libertarian Hoping To Challenge Marjorie Taylor Greene

"I'm at city hall," Angela Pence says via text message. "By a guy with a 'Don't Tread on Me' flag." Even amid the vibrant scene along Main Street in Rome, Georgia, on Saturday morning, the modified Gadsden flag—a rainbow-colored one, but with the familiar coiled rattlesnake and slogan—stands out. Before crossing the street to meet Pence, however, I have to make way for a drag queen riding in the bed of a bright red pickup truck and fist-pumping along to a blaring Lady Gaga song. It's a message of defiance as subtle as the rainbow-colored Gadsden flag—particularly here, at the first-ever Pride parade in Rome, a city of about 37,000 nestled in the state's deeply conservative northwest corner.

Georgia Deputies Said They Got 911 Call About House Fire and Stabbing. Now 3 Children Are Dead and their Mother Is Accused of Murder.

A woman is accused of murder after a fire and alleged stabbing. Deputies said they found seven juveniles at a home in Paulding County, Georgia, on Friday night. Of the five got hurt, two were dead at the scene. They were a 3-year-old and a 9-month-old, officials said. Then a third child–a five year old–died at a hospital. Authorities later announced that a fourth child passed away, but they walked that back, after saying they had a miscommunication with hospital staff. They identified this fourth child as a 9-year-old.

Single-Vehicle Accident Tuesday Morning on Highway 68

There was a report of a single-vehicle wreck in Cherokee County just prior to 8:00am Tuesday. The initial report stated that the vehicle traveled down an embankment on Highway 68 east near County Road 140 toward the Alabama/Georgia line. Gaylesville Fire & Rescue, along with Gaylesville Fire Department units responded...

Report: Woman tried to stab another person with a knife

A 26-year-old Rome woman was arrested Monday on a felony warrant charging her with aggravated assault. According to the warrant, Brenda Janette Cornejo Bibian tried to cut and stab the victim with a knife. The incident reportedly occurred on May 5 at a location on Shorter Avenue.

Georgia Power: Coal Ash to be removed at Plant Bowen for Project

Georgia Power announced today a landmark coal ash beneficial use project at Plant Bowen near Cartersville, Georgia, where millions of tons of stored ash will be excavated for use in concrete to construct bridges, roads, and buildings in Georgia – and throughout the Southeast. The project will be the single largest beneficial use project of its kind in the U.S. and the largest ever for Georgia Power.

Dunkin’ to open “Next Gen” Restaurant on Shorter Avenue on Thursday

Dunkin’ announced its newest Next Generation restaurant in Rome located at 2101 Shorter Avenue will open on Thursday, June 30th at 6 AM. The new store features Dunkin’s Next-Gen store design, using innovative technologies to enhance the guest’s experience and make their daily Dunkin’ run faster and more convenient than ever before.