Thursday, May 10, 2012

Watterson name interim Highlands' president. Updates on Party City, Grill House, emergency operations center. Rome restaurant scores 27 on health inspection. Rain returns Saturday.

Watterson named interim president at Georgia Highlands.
-Effective May 14, Dr. Renva Harmon Watterson will serve as interim president of Georgia Highlands College.
-More on today's Hometown Headlines Radio Edition at 7:40 a.m. on WRGA 1470 AM.
Listen online.

Bids awarded for Party City store: Look for work to begin soon on transforming part of the former Circuit City off Martha Berry.

Pending: Local small business sale just about complete; details soon.

Floyd's new emergency operations center now due in July.

Record-tying 27 public health inspection score for Rome restaurant; 60 for another.

New hours for AYF Grill House on Broad Street.

Latest local forecast:
-Thursday: Sunny, high of 77, low of 43.
-Friday: Sunny, high of 81, low of 53.
-Saturday: 30-60% rain chance, high of 81, low of 59.

Hometown Headlines: The Radio Edition.
7-9 a.m., WRGA 1470 AM. Listen online.
-Please join our guests today including Dana Davis of Georgia Highlands College on 2012 nurse pinning and graduation, and what's ahead for GHC; Alyson Lansdell, graduation coach at Pepperell High, on what our high school graduates can expect after getting their degrees in a few weeks; and Scotty Hancock, Floyd's emergency management director, with an update on the emergency operations center and radio system.
Rome Braves off Wednesday, play at home today at 10:30 a.m. vs. Asheville.

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