This morning's first headlines and updates all day from Hometown Headlines
Floyd County Police trying to return likely stolen loot -- see photos of Mark Lemke baseball card, Elvis stamps, etc. -- as 31-year-old suspect faces more than two dozens charges. Return to send.
Cartersville man dies in what Paulding authorities believe was a domestic dispute; 18-year-old suspect in jail. Arrest
Triple play: Full moon, lunar eclipse and a passing comet overhead starting at 5:30 this evening. Night show
Ware Mechanical Weather Center: 'Spring break' returns Saturday; 72 on Sunday. Tornado drill set for 9 this morning. Weather
The first 2017 eaglet in the Berry College nest is close to leaving its shell; watchers note first 'pip.' Eaglets
Harbin Clinic teams with parks & rec for sixth annual Leprechaun-a-thon on St. Patrick's Day (March 17). How to register. Leprechaun
Free community health fair is Feb. 18. Ducks Unlimited seeks sponsors for membership event. GHC professor to tour South Africa. Buzz
Georgia Health News: Children's Healthcare will build billion-dollar hospital at North Druid Hills Road and I-85. Health
Remembering Mrs. Mable Yarbrough Cox. Obituaries
Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
Area arrest reports brought to you by Dr. Miniyar's Pediatrics. Crimewatch
- Hardy Realty open house gallery for Sunday: Seven homes in Rome from $144,900 to $465,000. Posting today at 3 p.m.
State business headlines: Georgia Trend
Northwest Georgia jobs: Career Builder
Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report
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