Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Business: OTR planning Miss. plant. National honors for Bank of the Ozarks. Lowe's:14.3% profits gain. Ga. Northwestern to sign new college pact. 30% rain chance, high of 83

Rome-based OTR Wheel Engineering looks to grow in Louisville, Miss.

Georgia Northwestern, Macon State to sign course transfer agreement Wednesday.

Bank of the Ozarks named top-performing midsize publicly held bank in the national by ABA Banking Journal.

Lowe's corporate earns more than half-a-billion dollars in the first quarter.

Interim rector at Saint Peter's Episcopal in Rome among finalists for bishop's post.

Retrofitting of Circuit City for Party City begins ... More dancing 'local celebrities' in Augusta for a good cause 

More storms possible this afternoon, evening
-Tuesday: 30% rain chance, high of 83, low of 51.
-Wednesday: 20% rain chance, high of 87, low of 55.
-Thursday: High of 89, low of 53.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, 7-9 a.m., WRGA 1470 AM:
-Please join our guests today including Charles Culberson of Double Day's Sports Academy who's son Charlie is now a member of the San Francisco Giants; Sgt. Matt Barr of the Department of Natural Resources on boating safety this summer; and Wendy Davis of the Floyd County Republican Party on candidate qualifying and Campaign 2012.
Rome Braves rained out; to play two today beginning at 10:30 a.m. at State Mutual Stadium.

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