Friday, May 4, 2012

Mount Berry Square adds Sports Stop; move on the way. Off-hours makeover for Outback. Darlington celebrates $90 million campaign victory. Warmer, wetter weekend? Weekend events.

Sports Stop joins Mount Berry Square today
-Due next month at the mall: Three Rivers Auctions.

Darlington celebrates $90 million Second Century Campaign

$40 million in first quarter profits for Mohawk Industries; sales of $1.4 billion.

Greater Rome home sales up 38% in April; 27% for the year.

Weekend events: From First Friday to Finster Fest.

Wet, warmer weekend ahead
-Friday: 30% rain chance, high of 86, low of 63.
-Saturday: 30% rain chance, high of 92, low of 64.
-Sunday: 50% rain chance, high of 89, low of 64.
-Forecast / Live radar

Hometown Headlines: The Radio Edition.
7-9 a.m., WRGA 1470 AM. Listen online.
-We are live on location today from The Partridge on Broad Street in downtown Rome. Our guests include Howie Lowden and Tom Caldwell on the Admiral John H. Towers tribute at City Hall; Greg Sumner on today's law enforcement appreciation banquet; and Charles Curlee on his new fish house and oyster bar coming to Broad Street.
Rome Braves lose again, 9-3, to Hagerstown. Now 6-20 on the season.

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