Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Continuing updates, reaction from the Boston terror attacks. Hints on what's ahead on West Third Street. Regional Republicans in Rome this weekend. Ga. Trend's yearbook highlights NW Georgia growth.

For these updates as well as today's latest headlines and weather, please see www.hometownheadlines.com:

Latest updates from the terror attacks on Boston.

-3 dead, at least 130 injured; investigation ramps up.

-Links to additional coverage.

-Reaction from Georgia's congressional delegation.


Signs go up on West Third Street, hinting at offices, retail and restaurant David Doss and Samson Development plan to bring to West Third Street. 


Republicans from the 14th Congressional District will spend part of Friday and Saturday in Rome as the group adopts rules for the 14th District GOP and elects officers for the 2013-2015 term as well as district members of the State Committee of the Georgia Republican Party.


Georgia Trend's economic year book looks at regional growth with highlights from Shannon, Calhoun, Bartow.


Bowhunting event, women's softball tournament to bring more than 1,100 to Bartow County, region this weekend, leaving as much as $530,000 in their wake.


Monday's Public Health restaurant inspection scores from Floyd, Bartow.

Shorter announces 2013 football schedule. 

Your hometown weather forecast:

-Tuesday: 20% rain chance, high of 82, low of 59.
-Wednesday: 30% chance of storms, high of 82, low of 60.
-Thursday: 20% rain chance, high of 85, low of 55.


Latest jail reports. 


Rome Braves pummeled 12-2 in  Charleston.


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-Please join our guests today including:

-Layla Shipman, chairman of Floyd County Republicans, on the 14th District Republican Party Convention.

-Mary Hardin Thornton, director of Keep Rome-Floyd Beautiful on Earth Day, April 22.
-Reba Barnes, director of Servant Leadership at Darlington School, on the Light the Lake event.

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