Friday, June 15, 2012

Graves scores 100, Gingrey 88 in Club for Growth's 'spending cut scoreboard.' Hight Square to create 300-plus jobs. Rome ready for Saturday's parade. Weather cooperates: sunny, 87.

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Graves scores 100, Gingrey 88 on Club for Growth's Spending Cut Scoreboard. Only 19 other lawmakers voted 25-for-25 as Graves did. Gingrey's vote: 22 of 25.

300 to 350 new jobs to come with Charles Hight Square
-Home of Publix could see ground moving within 60 days, says Realtor Will Byington.

Downtown Rome's ready for Saturday's Welcome Home events: Parade begins at 11 a.m., Forum events, 1-5 p.m.
-Downtown shops prepare for big crowds.

Upper 80s, 90 this weekend with no rain through Thursday
-Friday: High of 87, low of 60.
-Saturday: Sunny, high of 86, low of 59.
-Sunday: Sunny, high of 90, low of 62.

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-Please join our guests today including Andy Roth, vice president of public affairs for the Club for Growth, on the Rep. Tom Graves' numbers on the new tax cut scorecard; Christa Jackson, organizer of the Cave Spring Fourth of July Parade; and we'll talk with Dr. John Barge, Georgia's schools superintendent, on the latest CRCT scores.
Rome Braves blanked 6-0 by Sand Gnats; rematch tonight at 7 at State Mutual Stadium.

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