Thursday, March 14, 2013

Tuesday Morning, Workout Anytime joining Etowah Crossing in East Rome. Jobless rate jumps in January. Celebrating Pope Francis in both Romes. Regional Public Health inspection scores. 70s return Friday

For these and today's latest headlines, please see

Tuesday Morning, Workout Anytime joining Etowah Crossing: Two more tenants are joining the retail line-up of Etowah Crossing as the East Rome shopping center continues a major comeback.


Updates on Bass Pro Shops' in Emerson

-Plans call for the store to open in late 2014


Pope Francis: Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio

-Atlanta bishop calls appointment 'powerful,' 'emotional' for the church and world. Buzz

-Some observations from Deacon Stuart Neslin, Saint Mary's Catholic Church in Rome: "Pope Francis has a history of demonstrated concern for social justice issues. . . care of the needy and the marginalized."

-White balloons at Saint Mary's School part of celebratoin.

More than 5,000 Floyd residents jobless in January

-The new year started with a new hike in the unemployment rate across Northwest Georgia. County-by-county reports.

One more cool night and then off to the 70s 
-Thursday: Sunny, high of 56, low of 33.  -Friday: High of 72, low of 45. -Saturday: High of 76, low of 49. -Sunday: High of 72, low of 50; 20% of overnight rain. 


Regional weekly Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Floyd, Bartow, Gordon, Polk and Chattooga.


Latest jail reports. 


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM,

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

-Please join our guests  including:

-Deacon Stuart Neslin from Saint Mary's Catholic Church joins us to talk about the selection of Francis the First as the new pope of the Roman Catholic Church.

-Mark Cochran of Cochrain Designjoins us to walk about the firm's new downtown office, two new partners -- and a new name: Cevian.
-Ricky Woodall of Berry College on memories from the "Blizzard of '93".

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