Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Court records: More financial woes for Rome News; $1 million-plus sought by bank, Braves, paper company. 70% chance of more rain. Latest politics and dining scores

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More financial concerns for Rome News
-Court records show civil suits seeking more than a $1 million in debts reportedly owed to Greater Rome Bank, Rome Braves, paper supply company.
-Latest updates in possible foreclosure of newspaper's campus.

-We saw around six tenths of an inch of rain Tuesday at the airport; look for nearly three quarters of an inch today. Much better at the ag weather station: 1.12 inches.
-Wednesday: 70% rain chance, high of 87, low of 71.

NAIA football championship, Clocktower handcycling among events on sports travel ballot; vote now.

Latest campaign financial reports for July 31 candidates.

Straight A for three restaurants in Tuesday's public health restaurant inspections.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM 

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-Please join our guests today including Joe Schulman of Tellus Science Museum on Night at the Museum IV on Aug. 4; and Dr. Jason Peterson of Berry College's communication department on the state of newspapers.
Rome Braves-West Virginia game suspended because of weather; resumes tonight at 5 to be followed by seven-inning game.

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