Friday, July 20, 2012

Stormy weather could be part of morning commute. Rome woman in finale of TV's 'Love in the Wild.' Saturday voting set. Update on Magnolia; latest public health restaurant scores.

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Stormy Friday on the way?
-Incoming storm:
Keep an eye on the radar and the sky this morning as a storm system appears to be moving in from middle Tennessee. We have a 70 percent chance of rain -- and we could see up to half an inch in some areas.
-Continuing coverage on Hometown and on today's edition of Hometown Radio on WRGA 1470 AM (7-9 a.m.)
-Friday: 70% rain chance, high of 89, low of 72.
-Saturday: 50% rain chance, high of 89, low of 72.
-Sunday: 50% rain chance, high of 90, low of 70.
Magnolia Restaurant taking shape at former  Country Gentleman.

Elections office open Saturday for early primary voters, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
saccoRome's Michelle Sacco in final hunt on 'Love in the Wild.' The NBC summer reality series concludes Tuesday night. (Sacco, right)

Daily public health restaurant scores: Cave Spring Mexican restaurant gets a 59; Coconuts, TCBY score 100 in Bartow.
Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM
-7 to 9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online. Today's guests:
-Tim Hensley of Floyd County Schools
on preparing for the start of the 2012-13 school year.
-Secretary of State Brian Kemp
on Saturday's special advance voting opportunity.
-Mike Pitts, Floyd County Environmental Health Manager,
on Saturday's rabies clinic.
Rome Braves win opener in Savannah, 2-1.

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