Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Hana's Bakery moving to new location. Big demand in real estate careers as market improves. Cartersville working on first downtown master plan. Adairsville Best Western joining Manguson Hotels. Rome Braves release roster. Weather: Sunny today, but rain bac

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-Hana's Bakery moving from N.Broad St. to new location on Spider Webb Drive by end of the month.


-With the local real estate market on the upswing, there is now an increasing interest in real estate careers.

-March Housing Sales down slightly, but values on rise. 


-The Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is working to develop the city's first master plan for the business district.


-The former Best Western Countryside Inn in Adairsville is being rebranded to Manguson Hotel Countryside by Magnuson Hotels.



Tuesday's Buzz:

-The Community Kitchen of Rome has received a grant from Darden Group of Rome.   


-Rome Braves announce Opening Day roster. 


-Bank of the Ozarks, Inc. announced a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.17 per common share.


-Northwest Georgia Credit Union receives a national marketing award from the Credit Union National Association. 


More sunshine today, but rain is coming tomorrow
-Tuesday: Sunny, high of 66, low of 38.
-Wednesday: 20%-60% rain chance, high of 65, low of 45.
-Thursday: 90% rain chance, high of 53, low of 42.

Monday's Public Health restaurant inspection scores.

Latest jail reports. 

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-Please join our guests Tuesday as Nelle Reagan substitutes for John Druckenmiller:
-Rep. Katie Dempsey on the outcome of the 2013 General Assembly.
-Jessica Brady of AAA South on gas prices and travel.

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