Friday, July 13, 2012

Just weeks away from Party City, newest Dollar Tree. Redmond's Ulmer off to the Gulf. Herman Cain dips into Senate 52 race. Restaurant updates. Some rain, more heat this weekend.

For more on these and the latest updates, please see
-Photo update from Party City/Dollar Tree construction; openings just weeks away.
-Redmond's Carlton Ulmer to lead Gulf Coast hospital.
-Grand (re) opening for Curlee's Fish House.
-Big drop in earnings for Bank of the Ozarks.
-Mohawk to announce second quarter earnings Aug. 2.
-Updates on the Rome News financial situation.

-Shorter/Northwest Georgia career expo returns Sept. 20.
-Local Realtors endorse regional T-SPLOST.
-More football hires at Berry.

Weather:  Weekend: Warmer, perhaps not as wet
-Friday: 60% chance of rain, high of 88, low of 72.
-Saturday: 50% rain chance, high of 90, low of 70.
-Sunday: 30% chance of rain, high of 94, low of 69.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM 

-7 to 9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online
-Please join our guests today including Joe McCutcheon on a new voting coalition with local ties; Ellen Archer of the Cartersville-Bartow Convention & Visitors Center on the filming of Devil's Knot; Mike Dunn, general manager of the Rome Braves, and Ed Randall of Fans for the Cure prostate cancer initiative; and Barbara Earle of the Free Clinic of Rome on a rare grant the clinic has received to address obesity.
Rome Braves/Power rained out Thursday; double header tonight at 5 at State Mutual Stadium.

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