Monday, March 25, 2013

High winds, colder temperatures mean freezing wind chill this morning. Gas prices way below a year ago. Time to plot summer camps. Several community Holy Week services begin.

For these and today's latest headlines, please see
Keep an eye on today's wind chill; gusts so far at 25 mph
-Wind advisory until 6 p.m., gusts to 40 mph.
-Freeze warning set for 2 until 10 a.m. Tuesday.
-River watch: Oostanaula River was at 17.47 feet this morning
-Monday: Sunny, high of 46, low of 31.
-Tuesday: Some clouds, high of 48, low of 28.
-Wednesday: Sunny, high of 57, low of 29.
Georgia gas prices fall another six cents to $3.53 a gallon; now 26 cents a gallon lower than a year ago.
Lowest gas prices in Northwest Georgia, according to Georgia Gas. See Hometown

The Buzz of Northwest Georgia. Click
-4,000-square-foot pad offered at new Publix center.
-Eighth Broad Street storefront goes on the market.

-On Rome Kids: More summer camps this year.


Northwest Georgia ready for Holy Week observances

-Community service begins today at First Presbyterian.

-Trinity United Methodist plans two nights of live Last Supper re-enactments.

-Methodists plan group Good Friday observance at Chapel Hill  UMC.

-List of area Holy Thursday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil, Easter Sunday services.


Latest jail reports. 


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM,

7-9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online

-Please join our guests including:
-Amy Knitig and Nan Langford from the Exchange Club Family Resource Center.
-State Rep. Katie Dempsey on the final days of the 2013 General Assembly.
-Angela Russell of the University of Wisconsin on the Robert Wood Johnson County Health Ratings report that put Northwest Georgia in an uncomfortable spot.

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