Saturday, March 23, 2013

Soggy Saturday ahead with up to 1-inch of rain; Berry Half-Marathon delayed 1-hour, Latest updates on weather cancellations. World Hi-Fi's Home Store to become Recliners of Rome. NW Georgia Women's Expo today in Cartersville

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Soggy Saturday with more than inch of rain expected

-Today: 100% rain chance, high of 58, low of 50.

-Sunday: 60% rain chance, high of 60, low of 35.

-Monday: Partly sunny, high of 48, low of 35.


Weather cancellations/delays

-All activities, games at YMCA Grizzard Park for today have been canceled because of weather.

-Berry Softball games for today have been moved to Monday.

-The Berry Half-Marathon, 10K and 5K races are delayed by 1-hour and will begin at 9 a.m. If lightening is in the area, races will be delayed every 30 minutes.


-World Hi-Fi's Home Store getting a new name and focus as it becomes Recliners of Rome and More.


Northwest Georgia's weekend
-March 23-24: The North Rome Church of God's Worship Arts program offer's The Rome Passion Play.
-March 23: Berry Half Marathon, 10K and 5K races.
-March 23: The Northwest Georgia Women's Expo will be held from 9 3 p.m. at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville.
-March 23: The Berry College baseball team will be hosting a baseball game to benefit our Wounded Warriors.

-March 23: The Writers Forum presented by Rome Area Writers from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. at Cotton Block Hall.

-March 23: The Second Annual Roman Starving Artist Expo, sponsored by the Rome Area Council for the Arts, 7 Coral Ave. Noon until 7 p.m.

-March 23: Model High School will hold the 'Model Revue' at 7 p.m.

Dining: Thursday, Friday Public Health restaurant scores for Floyd, Bartow.

Public Health restaurant inspection scores.


Latest jail reports.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM,

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

-Please join our guests Monday including:
-Amy Knitig and Nan Langford from the Exchange Club Family Resource Center.
-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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