Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Stormy morning commute on the way. Latest NW Georgia business updates. 'Skills to Jobs' career fair Wednesday

For more on these headlines and for today's continuing updates, please join us at www.hometownheadlines.com:
More storms on the way this morning
-We're in for a stormy commute this morning.
-Tuesday: 60% rain chance, high of 84, low of 60.
-Latest weather all morning on Hometown Headlines: The Radio Edition on WRGA 1470 AM.

Top This, Cedartown's spin on frozen yogurt, due in late June.

Chamber's Young Professionals meet tonight at 5:30 at Cochran Design Collaborative.

'Skills to Jobs: Ready to Hire,' a focused career fair for local employers trying to fill key jobs, set for 3-6 p.m. Wednesday.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition
, WRGA 1470 AM 
-Join us from 7 until 9 a.m. weekdays; listen online.
-Please join our guests today including Garry Fricks, Post 2 Floyd County Commissioner, who's seeking a third term; Shorter University Athletics Director Bill Peterson on the school's three national titles in 2011-12 and what's ahead; Joe Schulman of Tellus Science Museum on tonight's special program on the Venus transit of the sun and this week's RockFest. 
Rome Braves were off Monday, open a home stand tonight vs. Greenville.

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