Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Candidates begin making it official today. Business: New look for Papa John's, Redmond has plans for Cedartown. Big crowd for Braves' doubleheader. Foggy start, cooler day -- and then 90s.

Who's in: Qualifying begins for 2012 races
-Stay with us today through midday Friday as we track who's in for local, state and congressional races.

Another refit for Papa John's on Turner McCall.

Redmond Regional has seven-digit plans for changes in Cedartown.

More daytime baseball at State Mutual Stadium today
-1 p.m. start today following early double-header Tuesday that drew 4,558 fans including a lot of kids.
-Another double dip set for 5 p.m. Thursday.

Two job fairs at Rome's Goodwill campus this week.

Clearing skies, summer-like temperatures:
-Wednesday: High of 83, low of 54.
-Thursday: High of 89, low of 62.
-Friday: 20% rain chance, high of 89, low of 62.
-Holiday weekend: low 90s Saturday-Monday

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, 7-9 a.m., WRGA 1470 AM:
-Please join our guests today including Bruce Day on the annual Bike & Build visit on June 6 as well as the smoked Boston butts benefit this weekend for Habitat; Lisa Greeby and Gena Agnew on the oral, head and neck cancer screening this Friday at the Rome Braves game; and Kyle Hensel of the Small Business Development Center on Small Business Week.

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