Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Would-be home of Covation on the market for $6.1 million. West Rome plaza also for sale. New home for Ace, Express. Rain due Thursday, Friday.

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Reported home of Covation call center on the market -- for $6.1 million.

West End center in West Rome listed at $1.7 million; Celia's market was former anchor store.
Express Tax and Ace Insurers on the move again.

Big Friday night on tap downtown:
-First Friday's Infinity Show Band, premiere of RLT's The Sound of Music, free wine/menu tasting at La Marie's.

Community briefs:
-Half-a-billion-dollar economic impact from Floyd in 2010.
-Floyd athletic trainer to help prepare U.S. Olympians.  

Stormy night, more due Thursday, Friday
-The thunderstorms downed trees in Coosa and Greater Rome, and caused some structural damage in Bartow. Gusts topped 35 mph at the airport. Nearly an inch of rain as well.
-Wednesday: Mostly sunny, high of 93, low of 58.
-Thursday: 30-70% rain chance, high of 94, low of 66.
-Friday: 70% rain chance, high of 82, low of 57.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM 
-Join us from 7 until 9 a.m. weekdays; listen online.
-Today's guests include 
Mike Morton on the Rome Tea Party's county commission candidate debates on Thursday evening and Kristi Kent on parks and recreation's returning Farmers Market at Ridge Ferry.
Rome Braves rained out in Kannapolis; will play two today starting at 10:05 a.m.

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