Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Longtime business changing hands. New pet 'spa' on Broad. Senate 52 race gets nastier. All-Star Craig Kimbrel watches Moylan at Rome Braves Monday. Mid-90s today.

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Longtime local business changing hands: We'll have confirmation later this morning.

WetPetz coming to Cotton Block; self-serve pet wash has perks for paws as well.

T-minus two weeks to the primary:
-Bogus websites. Facebook accusations. Now even dueling events tonight. The Senate District 52 race already is one for the record books -- or is for the dubious distinctions file?
-Democrats rallying Saturday to get colleagues to rare weekend early voting opportunity.

Kimbrel makes it an All-Star night at the Rome Braves
-With the big club off Monday night, Atlanta Braves' All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel watched rehabbing pitcher Peter Moylan in Monday's Rome Braves-Asheville Tourists game from the club booth. Photos by Mills Fitzner.
-Braves lose 5-2 to Asheville; play today at 1 p.m. at State Mutual Stadium.

Low to mid-90s for the next week or so:
-Tuesday: 30% rain chance, high of 94, low of 70.
-Wednesday: 40% rain chance, high of 94, low of 72.
-Thursday: 50% rain chance, high of 93, low of 72.

-Special  half-price pizza sale: a way of saying thanks?
-Daily public health restaurant scores.

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-Please join our guests today including Dr. Brian Carroll of Berry College's communication department on the economics of tomorrow's newspapers; Wendy Davis of the Floyd County Democratic Party on what's a Democrat to do on July 31.

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