Monday, December 10, 2012

Severe weather possible today as cold front sweeps region; updates all day. Buzz: What's next for downtown; what's next for General Assembly? John McClellan's high school championship picks: Good news for Calhoun

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Thunderstorms likely through 4 p.m.; up to an inch of rain.

-The first 'watch' of the day is up as a strong storm is expected to move through Chattooga County by 6:15 a.m.

-The first of two cold fronts due this week will arrive later today, packing some punch and potentially a few thunderstorms between now and 4 p.m.

-We'll have updates throughout the day.

-Monday: 70% rain chance, high of 65, low of 36.

-Tuesday: Sunny, high of 53, low of 29.

-Wednesday: Sunny, high of 55, low of 30.

What's Buzzing in Northwest Georgia.
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-What next for downtown Rome: With a key study due and another set of shifts under way, what's next for the crossroads of Northwest Georgia?
-Legislative makeover: Two new faces -- both Republicans and both from Floyd -- join the local legislative delegation for next month's opening of the Georgia General Assembly. First of two parts.
-Dateline Rome, Ga.: A prime example of what hosting events such as the NAIA football championship means in terms of national exposure for Northwest Georgia.

Gas prices: AAA South reports prices down two cents a gallon statewide.
-Comparing local brands: This week, Murphy Oil.

John McClellan's final high school champion picks of 2012:
-Look for the Yellowjackets to repeat as the top AA team in the state, John says. McClellan

Latest jail reports.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM, 7-9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online

-Please join our guests Monday including:
-Noah Simon, assistant county manager, on Monday's huge auction of the county's surplus property.
-Jennifer Greer, Floyd County schools' math specialist, on new tutoring program.

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