Thursday, June 28, 2012

Triple-digit temperatures begin today, forecast through Monday. How to cope. What's new on Broad Street. Expanded dining scores; two restaurants below 70. Guide to high court's Obamacare ruling.

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Get ready to sizzle this weekend in Northwest Georgia
-Temperatures will reach 100 today, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
-Look for several records to fall this weekend.
-Code Orange smog alert for Bartow, metro ATL.
-Check Florida roads before heading south -- or north.


-Thursday: High of 100, low of 65. Gusts to 20 mph.

-Friday: High of 101, low of 70.

-Saturday: High of 102, low of 72.


Broad Street Buzz:
-Signs go up on Curlee's Fishhouse.
-Blacktop moves from Second Avenue to Broad Street.

-Two area restaurants score below 60 this week.

How to track today's landmark Supreme Court decision on Obamacare. Links to key websites, Facebook updates.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM
-7 to 9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online
-Please join our guests today including:
-Dr. Robert Holcombe on how to cope with the upcoming heat when outdoors.
-John McClellan on the new "final four" college football playoffs and T-minus two months to high school kickoff.
-Ashley Michelle Lee, who will be a Rome delegate to the Democratic National Convention.
-Brandon Pruett, a Pepperell High junior who's become a local cycling sensation; he'll spend much of August in Belgium racing.
Rome Braves fall 6-1 to Greenville; day game today begins at 1 p.m. at State Mutual Stadium.

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