Thursday, April 4, 2013

Rain to continue today, up to 1 inch expected. So far, 2013 the wettest over last four years. Rome Braves to start season tonight in Savannah. Cancer Navigators to host Cast Off event Sunday. Wednesday's Buzz and Dining Scores. Latest jail reports.

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Rain to continue today, up to 1 inch expected

-Rainfall: Total of .49 of inch so far since 6 p.m. Wednesday 

-Thursday: 100% rain chance, high of 52, low of 43.
-Friday: 60% rain chance, high of 65, low of 39.

-Saturday: Sunny, high of 74, low of 46.

-Sunday: Sunny, high of 74, low of 53.  

-So far, 2013 is tops in rainfall totals year-to-date over the last four years

-Rome Braves' start season tonight in Savannah

-Cancer Navigators' Cast Off Again Cancer Celebration this Sunday

Thursday's Buzz:
-7 Hills Rotary honors Rome High School essay winners

-Mohawk Industries, Inc. has completed the acquisition of the Marazzi Group

-April 6: The Berry Farms Angus Beef will hold a beef sale from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lavender Mountain Hardware.

-April 15: Rome Art Coterie will host a 'Meet the Artists' event from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Rome City Hall to discuss their new series of artworks that are now on display through June in the upstairs foyer of the Rome City Hall Auditorium.

-April 16: The 2009 SPLOST Committee will meet at 5:30 p.m. at the Rome-Floyd Emergency Operations Center located at 409 E. 12th St., Rome, GA for updates on the status of all 2009 SPLOST projects.

-April 4: The Rome-Floyd Planning Commission meets at 2:30 p.m. at City Hall.

-April 5: The Floyd County Commission will have a special called meeting at 11:30 a.m. in the Community Room at the Floyd Administration Building.

Wednesday's Public Health restaurant inspection scores.

Latest jail reports.

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-Join our guests on Thursday as Kevin Karel substitutes for John Druckenmiller:
-Matt Pearce of UGA Small Business Development Center on starting new business

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