Friday, March 15, 2013

Another piece of Broad Street on the market; that makes eight as of today. More dining news in the region. Low to mid-70s today-Monday. Luck of the Irish tied to $215 million PowerBall?

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Another piece of Broad Street up for sale:

-At least eight spots on Rome's most noted artery are on the market -- and that's not counting off-Broad 'for sale' signs.


New growth off Hicks Drive

-No, not retail but new trees replacing those just removed.



-Steak 'n Shake opens in Cartersville; Bojangles opens down the street on Saturday.

-Former El Nopal spot in Cedartwn, Los Amigos site in Rome up for auction.

-More Italian for Rome? More on this by midday today.

-Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Floyd, Bartow.



-Cox's 'Rare' conservative web publication launches April 15 -- in an unlikely place or one that makes perfect sense.


Saturday's PowerBall jackpot at $215 million.


-Low 70s in our forecast through Monday; early week storms, too.
-Friday: High of 73, low of 46.
-Saturday: High of 75, low of 50; 20% chance of overnight rain.
-Sunday: High of 73, low of 54; slight chance of rain. 

Latest jail reports. 


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM,

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-Please join our guests including:
-A possible interview with the Greater Rome Chamber as the delegation wraps up a visit to Washington, D.C
-Hometown Headlines/WRGA NewsRoundtable as Kevin Karel and Andrew Carter join us to put the week's headlines into perspective

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