Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Rome News gets two more months to file bankruptcy reorganization plan; paper's lawyer seeks almost $60,000. AJC: 2,000 new jobs in Dalton/NW Georgia? Flooding continues in Floyd, Gordon. High of 81 today.

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Rome News' parent company gets 60-day extension for filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization plan.
-Lawyer representing News Publishing seeks nearly $60,000 in payment and expenses -- so far.
AJC: Engineered Floors could bring 2,000 jobs to Dalton area.
High water closes some roads; flood warnings continue:
-River watch: Oostanaula (Calhoun), Coosa, Armuchee flood warnings; Oostanaula in Rome to peak today.

Your forecast: 
-Tuesday: Sunny, high of 81, low of 57.
-Wednesday: 20% rain chance, high of 79, low of 55.
-Thursday: 20% rain chance, high of 75, low of 55
No new Public Health restaurant updates Monday.
Today's latest jail reports.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

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-Please join our guests including:

-Kent Frantz, hydrologist with the National  Weather Service's office in Peachtree City on the aftermath of all this rain.

-Kenna Baker, Floyd Medical Center's Safety and Emergency Preparedness Officer, will discuss today's drill at the hospital and what's ahead.
Hometown Sports
-Rome Braves stay hot, sweep Greensboro. Monday's games: 1-0, 9-6 wins by the Braves.
-Off Tuesday. Next home game Wednesday at 7 p.m. McCann expected to rehab here Wednesday.
-See Mills Fitzner's latest home game photos. Click

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