Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Thunderstorms sweeping NW Georgia this morning; rain chance 100%. Retail: Changes for some Milano's? What's new at Armuchee Village (more frozen yogurt)

Thunderstorms sweeping into NW Georgia this morning
-Lightning, heavy rain included; 100% rain chance

-Most of us are waking up to thunder and lightning today as a storm system moves into the area from the south and west. No watches or warnings so far today. The storms are why we have a 100 percent chance of rain for most of the day.
-Wednesday: 100% rain chance, high of 62, low of 44.
-Thursday: 20% rain chance, high of 53, low of 24.
-Friday: Sunny and cold. High of 44, low of 20.

Continuing weather coverage all morning on Hometown Headlines and on WRGA 1470's Hometown Headlines: The Radio Edition.

Milano's reopening in Armuchee Village later this month; changes for East Rome Milano's?

Another new player in frozen yogurt battle: Armuchee Village will soon be home to the latest player in the frozen yogurt boom -- Alex's FroYo.

LakePoint Sporting Community adding Wake Park Atlanta? Wake Park Atlanta LLC reports it will open "one of the United States' largest and most unique cable wakeboard parks" in 2012, covering "more than 17 acres."

Wednesday's headlines:
-Governor's state of the state address.
-Curlee's Fish House & Oyster Bar coming to Broad.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM. 7-9 a.m.
-Please join us Wednesday for Brian Robinson, deputy chief of staff to Gov. Nathan Deal, on the governor's goal to make Georgia a top target for new business.
-Berry College's Dr. Peter Lawler, Dana professor, on the outcome of the New Hampshire Primary.

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