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Grand Jury Does Not Indict  
 in Michael Brown Shooting

A grand jury issued a `no bill` on all five charges against Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed 18 year-old Michael Brown in August.

Brown was killed on the street following a scuffle as the teen and a friend walked in the middle of the street from a convenience store that they had robbed. Some witnesses said that Brown had his hands raised and was trying to surrender when Wilson fired the fatal shots. Several media organizations, citing sources they didn`t identify, have reported Wilson told grand jurors Brown was coming at him aggressively.

The decision was announced shortly after 9 pm Eastern Monday night

The grand jury, consisting of 9 white and three black members, have been meeting since August. The jury met for 70 hours and heard from 60 witnesses before announcing their decision.

St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch said during that the grand jurors were ‘the only people who heard every witness ... and every piece of evidence.’ According to McCulloch some witness presented conflicting statements that ultimately were not supported by the physical evidence.

Brown`s family said, ‘We are profoundly disappointed that the killer of our child will not face the consequence of his actions. While we understand that many others share our pain, we ask that you channel your frustration in ways that will make a positive change. We need to work together to fix the system that allowed this to happen.’

That didn`t happen. Hundreds gathered outside the Ferguson police station and reacted with anger as word spread that there would be no indictment. Cameras showed some people in tears, while others threw their hands up and chanted ‘F*ck the police.’

Many of the actions following the announcement appear to have been planned in advance, based on prior media reports. FBI agents also had arrested two people suspected of buying explosives to make pipe bombs to detonate during protests last week.

As expected, there were disruptive demonstrations in some areas, including St. Louis, New York, and Oakland, CA. Demonstrators blocked freeways and stopped cars. In Ferguson, the situation was worse. rioters looted, burned and destroyed a police car.

Monday night`s rioting was worse than that in August. More than a dozen businesses were badly damaged or destroyed. Authorities reported hundreds of gunshots. Firefighters were unable to reach the burning buildings due to fears for their safety.

Riots and Protests Follow

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  • Ground Beef Recalled for Possible E.Coli - Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black is alerting Georgians to the recall of certain ground beef products, sold nationwide, because the products have the potential to be contaminated with E. Coli O157:H7 bacteria. Georgia Department of Agriculture inspectors will be checking retail establishments to make sure the recalled product is removed from commerce and further distribution. Here is the recall announcement from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA): Ranchers Legacy Meat Co., of Vadnais Heights, Minn., is recalling 1,200 pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.
  • Two Arrested for John Davenport Burglary - Floyd County Police arrested two people, Eddie Dewayne Tant, 34 and Melissa Denise Warren, 34, both of Rome for breaking into a building on John Davenport Drive. Reports said that the couple allegedly entered a locked chain fence by bending back a portion of the fence. Authorities added that they took a lawn mower and a Ford Ranger truck valued at $2,500.
  • Man Arrested for Assaulting Woman - Lester Owensby Pauley, 58 of Cave Spring, has been arrested for allegedly assaulting a 44 year-old woman and threatening to kill her dog. Police said that Pauley allegedly pointed a gun at the victim and said that he would kill her if she did not leave. Reports added that the next day he placed his hands around her neck and choked her at a home on King Street.
  • Rome Extends MOU for Wetlands Shopping Center - An extension was approved by the Rome City Commission this week for Ledbetter Properties to complete its due diligence on creating a new shopping center on Riverside Parkway. The two year extension of the memorandum comes with the current extension getting ready to expire at the end of this year. Ledbetter Properties said that the current design for the center would reduce the impact of the Burwell Creek wetlands by 2.71 acres. The current plan calls for the design to impact a total of .47 acres of wetlands.
  • Cartersville Biz. District in Natonal Register - The Business District of downtown Cartersville was recently listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Council member Dianne Tate and downtown property owner John Lewis have worked on the process of having Cartersville listed on the National Register for the last several years. In recent years, City Planner Richard Osborne and other staff have assisted Tate and Lewis in their efforts. Their persistence in seeing the nomination process through to completion will now qualify downtown Cartersville for Federal grants for historic preservation, and offer tax incentives for property owners within the area.
  • Rome Christmas Parade Names Grand Marshal - The Rome Christmas Parade has named Carey Ingram as this year`s Grand Marshal. Ingram is the pastor of Lovejoy Baptist Church in Rome.
  • GNTC Changes Course of Man`s Life - When Michael Johns began pursuing his GED® diploma at Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) he was just doing it for himself. In the process he became the statewide EAGLE representative for the State of Georgia and then went on to earn a scholarship as a Construction Management major at GNTC. Today, he owns his own construction business in Calhoun. `When I went to school, I was scared at first but once it began I started believing I could do this,` said Johns. `Once I really saw what it was about, I enjoyed it, and the more I went the more fun I had at school.`
  • GNTC Builds `Green` Home on Campus - A year-long construction project designed to teach how to build homes in an Earth-friendly way reached completion last week on Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s (GNTC) Gordon County Campus in Calhoun, Georgia. Leaders from across the region, participating vendors, and college administration were on hand for the ribbon-cutting of the new EarthCraft home built at the college. GNTC Construction Management Director Donny Holmes led the project from day one. `It’s part of why I love to teach technical education,` said the 2014 finalist for the Rick Perkins Instructor of the Year award in the state of Georgia. `I love to communicate my knowledge and experiences of construction to those wanting to learn so that they, in turn, can experience pride and accomplishment by building Georgia.`
  • Pancake Breakfast Raises Close to $30K - The Rome Noon Optimist Club raised over $26,000 from last weekend`s annual Pancake Breakfast. This year marked the 54th annual event held by the event which features 100 percent of the funds going to Optimist youth work in the Rome area. Pictured: Eric Haney.
  • Couple Tries to Pass Counterfeit Money at Rest. - Rome police are investigating a couple they have said to have allegedly passed counterfeit money at both the Waffle House and Krystal on Shorter Avenue. Report said that the couple first tried to pass a fake $20 bill at the Waffle House around 1:30 Sunday morning. Report said that close to an hour later a couple came through the drive-thur of Krystal and tried to pass a fake $100 bill.
  • Local Educator Wins New Teachers Grant - A $1,000 New Teacher Assistance Grant from Georgia Power. Recipients was given to 42 educators across the state, including Samantha Muniz of Georgia School for the Deaf. Since launching the program in 2004, the company has awarded a total of $327,000 in individual grants to more than 300 new teachers from communities across the state. The company awards the grants each year to provide the state`s newest teachers with much-needed funds to purchase classroom supplies and start their classroom careers. Recipients include pre-K, elementary, middle and high school teachers.
  • Christmas Tree Lighting in Downtown Cartersville - The Cartersville Downtown Development Authority invites the community to attend the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Friendship Plaza on Thursday, December 4th. Held annually to help kick off the Cartersville Exchange Club Christmas Parade, this free event features plenty of entertainment and activities to enjoy, including musical and dance performances, and free photo opportunities with Santa.
  • Forecast Says Cheapest Thanksgiving Gas in 5 Years - When 41.3 million Americans load-up the family vehicle for a Thanksgiving road trip, they are likely to find the cheapest gasoline in five years. The national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded was $2.82 Sunday, 46 cents cheaper than the price on Thanksgiving Day 2013.
  • Harbin Surgeon Named President of Vascular Society - Harbin Clinic, the largest physician-owned, multi-specialty healthcare group in Georgia, has announced that longtime vascular surgeon Dr. John Kirkland has been installed as president of the Georgia Vascular Society, an organization dedicated to promoting the science and art of the diagnosis and management of peripheral vascular disease. Dr. Kirkland is a member of the founding council of the GVS, has been president-elect for the past year, and is now serving as the second president of the organization.
  • Salvation Army to Serve Free Thanksgiving Dinner - The Salvation Army of Greater Rome will serve a free Thanksgiving dinner on Tuesday, November 25 starting at 5:30 pm at the Salvation Army Center located at 317 E 1st Ave in Rome. This is the third annual Thanksgiving Dinner served by The Salvation Army of Greater Rome, but it more than a meal. `Thanksgiving is being thankful for what`s been given to us and being able to share with others,` said Captain Douglas McClure of The Salvation Army. `It`s sharing a meal with a neighbor, your friend, knowing that someone is not going without a meal, especially during the holiday season.`
  • Lane Closures Suspended for Thanksgiving Week - Here’s some good news for travelers during the Thanksgiving holiday. The Georgia Department of Transportation will suspend all construction-related lane closures on interstate highways and primary state roads in Northwest Georgia from 5:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 26 through 10 p.m. on Sunday, November 30, 2014.
  • I75 Wreck Leads to Drugs, Counterfeiting Charges - Gordon County deputy sheriffs and other emergency personnel were dispatched to Interstate 75 (southbound) near Resaca in response to a report of an automobile collision. Deputies, along with state troopers arrived to find that an automobile had in fact left the roadway, was severely damaged, and the female driver was seriously injured. An ambulance, and later a helicopter was summoned to evacuate her from the scene. As the officers continued their investigation on the scene, they determined that a male acquaintance of the injured driver, subsequently identified as oneRyan McCray Walker, age 33, of 2296 Dresden Drive, Atlanta, Georgia, had been following her in another vehicle and had stopped when she crashed.
  • Doorhangers Not a Scam After all - The Floyd county Police have said that the doorhangers left at the home of locals are not a scam after all. Reports said that an investigation into the hangers uncovered that an actually company looking to recover vehicles are using them to collect.
  • Student Tries to Pass Fake Money at School - According to police a fake $20 bill was found at Southeast Elementary School. Reports said that a student tried to pass the fake money to a school lunch worker on Friday. Reports said that the cashier noticed the bill was fake when she used a money maker.
  • Over 46 Million American Travelers this Week - AAA Travel projects 46.3 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving weekend, the highest volume for the holiday since 2007 and a 4.2 percent increase over 2013. Almost 90 percent of travelers (41.3 million) will celebrate the holiday with a road trip and will enjoy the lowest gas prices in nearly four years. The Thanksgiving holiday travel period is defined as Wednesday, November 26 through Sunday, November 30.
  • Gordon CoGrand Jury Indicts Woman on Traffic Death - A Gordon County grand jury has indicted Wanda Pat Hogan, 50, for driving drunk and hitting and killing a woman at a mailbox. Reports said that Hogan allegedly struck and killed 65 year-old JoAnna Hickman, while she was driving drunk on Blackwood Place. Reports said that Hickman was in town from Augusta visiting family last July.
  • Chieftains Musuem Celebrates Christmas Crafts - Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home, special project of the Junior Service League of Rome, will host a merry event for families and children of all ages in December.
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  • Rep. Graves Statement On President Obama’s Orders - U.S. Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) issued the following statement on President Obama’s executive orders that aim to provide amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants: `President Obama’s action defies voters, the law and even his own statements. My constituents are outraged by his brazenly political and lawless behavior....
  • Deal Appoints New Leadership Positions - Gov. Nathan Deal announced appointments to positions of leadership in various state government roles. Maj. Gen. Jim Butterworth will become the director of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) effective in January. Butterworth will replace Charley English, who will assume the position of deputy director of GEMA. The governor has also tapped Brig. Gen. Joe Jarrard, current assistant adjutant general of the Georgia Department of Defense, to serve as the adjutant general of Georgia effective in January.
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ATM Safety

Unfortunately, robberies occurring at ATMs are a part of life. While this hasn`t been something happening in Rome, it`s probably a good idea for us all to keep these ATM safety tips in mind:

  • If the ATM is obstructed from view or poorly lit, go to another ATM. Report the problem to the financial institution that operates the ATM.
  • Avoid using ATMs at night. Take a companion if this is not possible.
  • Minimize time spent at the ATM by having your card out and ready to use.
  • Park as close as possible to exterior walk-up ATMs.
  • Do not accept assistance from strangers when using an ATM.
  • Keep your engine running, the doors locked and the windows up at all times when waiting in line at a drive-up ATM. When possible, leave enough room between cars to allow for a quick exit should it become necessary.
  • Once you have completed your transaction, take your money, card and receipt and immediately leave the ATM. Verify your cash later when it is safe to do so.
  • If you see anyone or anything suspicious while conducting a transaction, cancel your transaction and leave immediately.
  • If anyone follows you after making an ATM transaction, go immediately to a crowded well-lit area and call the police.
  • Protect your PIN and the privacy of the transaction by shielding the keypad and standing close to the ATM to prevent others waiting behind you from observing the transaction details.
  • Check your ATM receipts against your statements to identify unauthorized transactions.
  • Report a lost or stolen card immediately.

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  • Cumming Teen Indicted in Fatal Wreck - A grand jury has indicted Adam Robert Joseph Di Millo of Cumming, a former North Forsyth High student on numerous charges including first-degree vehicular homicide and driving under the influence. Police said that Di Millo was involved in a single-vehicle wreck that killed a classmate this spring.
  • Gainesville Men Arrested with 7 Pounds of Pot - Two Gainesville men Van Kim Nguyen, 35, and Nghia Dai Nguyen, 27, have been arrested for allegedly possessing 7 pounds of marijuana totaling $14,000. They were both charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute and felony possession of marijuana. During the arrest authorities also allegedly located over $10,000 in cash, scales, and packing materials.
  • Woman Leads Police Chase w/ Child in Car - Raven Taylor, 36, was arrested in Fulton County this week after Georgia State Patrol troopers said she attempted to flee from them while her 13 year-old son was in the car. Reports said that Taylor allegedly drove her car through traffic and hit other cars as she tried to get away Monday. Taylor crashed into a tow truck, seriously damaged a Honda Civic and hit several other cars before coming to a stop.
  • Former Jail Clerk Arrested - Stealing from Inmates - Former Hall County Sheriff`s Office clerk Trina Banks Burtch, 46 of Gainesville, has been accused of stealing close to $900 from inmates` accounts. Burtch was arrested Monday after resigning from her job Nov. 3 during an investigation by the sheriff`s office and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation
  • Plea Reached in DeKalb Triple Murder Case - Eugene Quatron McCoy, 25 of DeKalb County, pleaded guilty on Monday to the stabbing deaths of his murder and two siblings in their Lithonia home. Reports said that a plea deal was reached which avoided the possibility he would receive the death penalty. Authorities said that McCoy could be sentenced next month to life without parole.
  • Troopers Ready for Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols - Georgia State troopers are anticipating a busy Thanksgiving holiday travel period. This year, the holiday travel period begins at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 26, and ends at midnight on Sunday, November 30. `Troopers across the state will be on concentrated patrols and conducting roadblocks in an effort to catch violators before they are involved in a serious traffic crash,` said Colonel Mark W. McDonough, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Safety.
  • Comm. Promotes Shelter Dog Resue Program - Commissioner Avery D. Niles is pleased to announce DJJ’s new `Rescue-2-Restore` animal care and adoption program is on track for future expansion to more of Georgia’s juvenile justice facilities as the department continues to build community partnerships to help local rescue partners train shelter dogs for the animal adoption process. `This new initiative is designed to equip our troubled teens in secure facilities with many of the stabilizing social and emotional tools they will need as adults,` said DJJ Commissioner Avery D. Niles. Rescue-2-Restore provides our youth with important lessons in adolescent development while our youth train these abandoned animals for a second chance at finding permanent homes.`
  • Fmr. Kennesaw St. Head Pleads Guilty to Kickbacks - Former Kennesaw State University employee Gerald Donaldson and his associates Joseph Eto, Ramon Morgan, Don Thomas and Lionel Elder have pleaded guilty in Cobb County Superior Court to offenses relating to their fraudulent billing of KSU for over $686,000. Between August 2002 and October 2012, Donaldson was employed as the Director of the Environmental Health and Safety department at KSU. In this capacity, he had the authority to pay vendors without a bidding process and without additional KSU approval for amounts less than $5,000.
  • Georgia Court Upholds Private Probation Law - The Georgia Supreme Court has ruled that a Georgia law that allows courts to contract with private probation companies to supervise misdemeanor offenders is constitutional. The unanimous opinion published Monday also said that electronic monitoring can be used, but sentences for misdemeanor probationers cannot be lengthened beyond what was originally ordered by the court.
  • Former Atlanta Cop Indicted on Murder Charges - Former Atlanta police officer Tahreem Zeus Rana, 23, has been indicated on 12 counts in the shooting death of Vernecia Woodard. Her body was found burned in a Hapeville dumping ground last August. The victim had moved to Georgia from New York less than a week before her death. Rana has been charged with murder, felony murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, concealing a death, tampering with evidence, violation of oath, pandering and another weapons offense.
  • Dalton STate College Names Interim President - University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby has named Dr. Margaret Venable as interim president of Dalton State College. Venable currently serves as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Gordon State College. She will assume presidential responsibilities at Dalton State on Jan. 1, 2015, after current president John Schwenn retires on Dec. 31, 2014.
  • Execution Date Set for Balwdwin Co. Murderer - The Morgan County Superior Court has ordered the execution of convicted murderer Robert Wayne Holsey. The court ordered the Georgia Department of Corrections to carry out the execution December 9-16, 2014. Commissioner Brian Owens has set the date for Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at the Georgia Diagnostic & Classification Prison in Jackson at 7pm. Holsey was sentenced to death for the December 1995 murder of 26-year-old Deputy Sheriff Will Robertson in Baldwin County.
  • Bailbond Agents Arrested in Gwinnett County - Two Tennessee bail bond enforcement agents have been arrested in Gwinnett County after authorities said they allegedly kicked in the door of a home and held the residents at gunpoint and kidnapped the wife of a man they were searching for. The man in which they were looking for was wanted for a traffic citation.
  • Missing Georgia Man Found Dead in North Carolina - The body of missing Alpharetta man, Andrew Crutchfield Sprinkle, 31, was found in the French Broad River in North Carolina. Sprinkle`s body was found under a tree in the river. Crews had been searching for Sprinkle since his truck was found wrecked, abandoned and partially submerged in the frigid water Nov. 15 along U.S. Highway 276.
  • Man Arrested for Sexual Abuse of Child - Michael Wayne Hatley, 53 of Geraldine, has been arrested in DeKalb County, Alabama on charges of Sexual abuse of a child less than 12 after an incident on County Road 538 near Fyffe. Hatley was arrested after investigators conducted interviews following a call to a residence on County road 538.
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  • Berry Football earns 12 All-SAA honors - The Berry College football team earned twelve Southern Athletic Association all conference awards, the conference office announced today. The Vikings placed two sophomore student-athletes on the All-SAA First Team: Chris Lilly and Preston Stewart.
  • Hawks top North Georgia, 99-93 - After dropping their first game on the season, Thursday on the road at Southern Indiana, the Hawks got back into the win column Monday night as they topped North Georgia 99-93 at the Winthrop-King Centre. Shorter improved to 4-1 on the season, while North Georgia moved to 3-1 overall.
  • Local Star Named Player of the Week - The SAA released the women`s basketball Player of the Week for games played November 17-23 and Mel McLean of Berry College collected the weekly honor.
  • Lady Chargers Rally Late for Victory on Hardwood - With 8:00 minutes to go in the game the Lady Chargers were down 12 points to the Lady Lions of Wallace State. Behind a pressure defense and the hot hand of GHC’s Tashara Jones the Chargers tied the game up with 1:27 to go. The teams traded three point baskets tying the game up at 60 . Wallace State was inbounding the ball and Bria Ratliff stole the ball for GHC and was fouled. Ratliff made both free throws and the Lady Chargers went on to win 65-60.
  • Lady Hawks cruise to 88-56 win over Hiwassee - After opening the season with two losses on the road, the Lady Hawks have turned things around since returning home to the Winthrop-King Centre; topping Hiwassee Saturday afternoon, 88-56, to even their season record at 2-2.
  • Shorter Football Falls in Victory Bowl - They were hoping to close out the season on a positive note. Instead, the Shorter Hawks were left with a sour taste in their mouths as the one problem that has plagued them all season - a letdown in the second half - came back to haunt them as the North Greenville Crusaders defeated Shorter 42-16 in the 18th annual NCCAA Victory Bowl on Saturday afternoon at Barron Stadium. Shorter, who led 10-7 at the half, closes out the season with a 3-8 record and a seven-game losing skid, while the Crusaders improve to 7-5.
  • Lady Hawks win NCCAA South Region - The Lady Hawks are headed to the NCCAA National Championship Tournament after topping Point University 1-0 to win the South Region title.
  • Chargers Pick Up Win Against Ranked Team - GHC men survived a fast start by the 25 Nationally ranked Lions of Wallace State to win a tough physical contest 75-61. The Lions went up early by ten points mid-way through the first half of play. The Chargers high pressure defense pressing from end to end finally paid dividends in the second half. “ I am proud of our kids, we have played 3 Nationally ranked teams in a span of 8 days winning 2 of the 3. Wins against 7 Chipola , 25 Wallace State and losing at 14 Northwest Florida State should put our program in the Nationally ranked conversation. We had a great crowd and are proud of our fans and their support “, said Chargers head coach Phil Gaffney. Leading the way for GHC was Ty Toney with 21 points, 4 rebounds, Donovan Harris 14 points, 5 rebounds , Paris Ballinger with 11 points and Dionel Givens with 12 points.
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