Magnitude 3.1 earthquake rattles Georgia-Tennessee border towns.
University of the Cumberlands offering free bus rides to Rome for t he NAIA football championship game -- on the day of the game.
Sonny's Real-Pit BBQ getting a makeover
-You can even buy some of the memorable old furnishings.
Downtown Development Authority meets Thursday
-Venue change for 8:30 a.m. meeting: The Partridge.
-More businesses, jobs in downtown this year.
-No MegaMillion winner Tuesday night; Friday's prize: $400 millon.
-Tonight's PowerBall jackpot: $122 million
Health notes: Nicotine Replacement Therapy runs out.
-Coomer to see new term in House.
-Veteran Floyd County Police Lt. Bill Whitener retiring.
-Georgia Tech reopens local office.
Ware Mechanical weather:
-High of 55 today after a morning low of 23.
Public Health restaurant scores
-No new Floyd reports; one from Bartow.
Today's jail reports.
-4 and 8 a.m., again at 8 p.m. seven days a week.
John McClellan's high school championship
-Plus: Georgia High School Football Daily.
NAIA title game set for Dec. 21 at Barron Stadium: Grand View vs. Cumberlands.
-Update on ticket sales.
-Countdown to championship activities: T-minus one week.
Norman's No Nos
-It's a bye week with Norman Arey's next column posting Dec. 20.
Links to latest updates from Berry, Shorter, Georgia Northwestern and Georgia Highlands.
-Wednesday: Sunny and cool with the rain returning Friday night and Saturday
-Get your three-day forecast and updated weather links at Hometown Headlines.