Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Redmond Regional's new Cedartown campus to open in September. On radio today: Redmond at 40. Newest frozen yogurt shop grand opening July 7. Cool morning to be followed by heat wave.

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Redmond Regional's new offices in Cedartown taking shape.
-Look for occupancy on North Main by September.

Pepperell High's Brandon Pruett to race in Belgium in August.
-Latest update on rising star local cyclist.

Rome City Manager John Bennett honored by cities group.

Rome restaurant gets a 39 on latest public health restaurant inspection. All of Tuesday's inspection scores.

Top This, newest player in frozen yogurt surge, sets July 7 grand opening in Cedartown.

Cool mornings to melt quickly under incoming heat wave
-Code Orange smog alert for Bartow County, much of metro Atlanta. Details
-Wednesday: High of 93, low of 56.
-Thursday: High of 97, low of 66.
-Friday: High of 100, low of 67.

Debby, a depression, cuts through Florida, now in Atlantic
-Check the roads around Florida if you're heading south for vacation or trying to make it home. Fla DOT // Alerts

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM
-7 to 9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online
-Please join our guests today including
-John Quinlivan, chief executive officer of Redmond Regional Medical Center, on Redmond's 40th anniversary and what's next.
-Mike Morton of the Rome Tea Party on Saturday's multicounty T-SPLOST forum in Armuchee.
-Mike Pennington, executive director of the Georgia Economic Developers Association, on what's next for our region and our
Braves win again, 3-2, over Greenville.

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