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Ware Mechanical forecast:
- Cool Sunday ahead with high near 60, low of 36 tonight. Mid-60's for the week, still no rain. Forecast
- Christmas Tree City finds new home on Turner McCall Blvd. following Kmart closure. Opens Nov. 21 for holiday season. Trees
- Week ahead: Rome Commission meeting, property taxes due, Downtown Holiday Open House, pancake breakfast and Discovery Day at Tellus. Agenda
- Gordon Sheriff: Inmate walks away from work detail, captured in Tennessee 28 hours later. Gordon
- Early Saturday fire destroys home and injures one in Cave Spring. Fire
- Education: GNTC holds tree dedication for Shannen Ferry. GHC named a 'Top Military Friendly College' for the fourth time in the last five years. Education
- Remembering Dale Robert Bell. Obituaries
- Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
- Area arrest reports brought to you by Dr. Miniyar's Pediatrics. Crime
- Traffic: Georgia DOT, Google Maps or Waze.
- State business headlines: Georgia Trend
- Northwest Georgia jobs: Career Builder
- Pepperell High Cheerleaders place #2 in state competition.
- Norman Arey's Norman's No Nos: How did Norman pick 'em? No No
- Berry Vikings: Vikings beat Centre, 21-19. The Vikings football team claimed a share of the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) title with the win. By virtue of the head-to-head tiebreaker, Washington (Mo.) earned the SAA's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. The Vikings will await a possible at-large bid to be announced during the NCAA selection show tonight at 6 p.m. ET.
- Shorter Hawks: Hawks lose 44-0 to Valdosta State in season finale.
- Georgia Tech: Yellow Jackets sting #18 Virginia Tech, 30-20. Next: At home vs. Virginia, Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
- UGA: Georgia upsets #8 Auburn, 13-7. Next: At home vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, Saturday at noon.
- Atlanta Falcons: 1 p.m. Sunday at Eagles on Fox.
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- Please join our guests Monday including:
- 7:40 a.m.: Dr. John Jackson, superintendent of Floyd County Schools, on the rise of high school graduation rates.