Thursday, June 7, 2012

Bids sought for Jimmy John's in Rome. Publix 'area' gets new digital sign. Restaurant scores. Business briefs.

For these headlines and continuing updates today, please click
Jimmy John's 'bid' the first sign of Charles Hight Square 
-Construction website tells of 'invitation only' bids for 'gourmet' sandwich shop expected soon in Rome

Publix neighborhood gets another digital billboard 
-Well, half of one at least.

Shorter names new dean of education

Latest public health restaurant inspection scores.
-Lots of high marks; Rome restaurant scores a 70.

Business briefs:
-Butterfly Boutique set for former Maggie May's.
-Two Broke Girls Thriftique opens off Ga. 101.

-Another nice day, mid 80s, and then 90 on Friday.
-Rain expected by late Saturday. 
-'The Cabin' up for auction June 13.  

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

-WRGA 1470 AM, 7-9 a.m. weekdays. Listen online 
-Please join our guests today including Gail Engelhardt of the Bartow County Tea Party on this Saturday's T-SPLOST forum at the Brown Center in Cartersville; and pitcher Ryan Newell of Shorter University, who's been drafted by Major League Baseball's Miami Marlins' organization.
Big win for Rome Braves, 15-5, over Greenville; go for sweep today at 1 p.m. at State Mutual Stadium.

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