Friday, March 22, 2013

No snow so far but lots of rain, maybe storms this weekend. Dining: Farewell to a friend at Chick-Fil-A; latest restaurant scores. Politics: Gingrey on the mend -- and prowl? A double dose of reality TV at Berry

For these and today's latest updates, please see

Slight chance of snow; soggy weekend ahead

-Our best shot at snow evaporates at 9 this morning and then we'll see our chances of rain skyrocket. Look for more than an inch through Saturday night. Some severe weather is possible over the weekend as well.

-We'll have updates as needed all weekend.

-Friday: 50% snow/rain chance, high of 52, low of 42. 90% rain chance tonight.

-Saturday: 60-80% chance of rain, high of 59, low of 48.

-Palm Sunday: 80% chance of rain, high of 63, low of 36.



-Even an arm in a sling isn't slowing down U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey in Washington -- or Senate campaign?



-Grant Snow's become a fixture at the Chick-Fil-A at Mount Berry Square and in the community but a new opportunity with the company is taking him out of the market soon.

-Thursday's Public Health restaurant scores.



-Garden Lakes Food & Beverage to open April 1.

-Berry College's Business Week draws two nearby reality TV stars with a sweet idea.


Police beat

-Shannon man faces seven counts of stalking. Investigators say victims' numbers drawn from advertisements; explicit texts soon followed.  

-Latest jail reports. 


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM,

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

-Please join our guests today including:
-The Rev. David Campbell of Trinity United Methodist Church in Rome on the real meaning of Holy Week.
-Hometown Headlines/WRGA News Roundtable: WRGA News Director Kevin Karel and Andrew Carter (and perhaps Nelle Reagan) join to put the last week's worth of headlines into context.

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