Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Hot ticket: McCann bats with Rome Braves tonight; team on five-game win streak; tribute to longtime fan Dave Hall. Flood warnings continue near Plant Hammond, Calhoun. New tech for Floyd Medical. High of 79, some clouds.

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Bittersweet night as the Rome Braves return home
-Brian McCann is scheduled to play in final rehab game here.
-Rome is riding a five-game winning streak.
-Prior to the game, the Braves will pay tribute to longtime fan and colleague David Hall.
-Tickets remain for 7 p.m. start vs. Greenville.
Rain back in the forecast as flooding concerns ease
-Coosa near Plant Hammond, Oostanaula near Calhoun still under flood warnings.
-Wednesday: Some clouds, high of 79, low of 56.
-Thursday: 20% rain chance, high of 76, low of 55
-Friday: 30% rain chance, high of 73, low of 53.

Floyd adds technology aimed at reducing medical errors, streamlining service to customers.
Planning commission meets Thursday; convenience store location on the agenda.
May 16 career fair in Calhoun for veterans with disabilities.
No new Public Health restaurant updates for Tuesday.
Today's latest jail reports.
Lottery jackpot at $165 million tonight.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

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-Please join our guests Wednesday including:
-Sheriff Tim Burkhalter and Chief Deputy Tom Caldwell on the sheriff's 2012 annual report.
-Kevin Langston of the state Department of Economic Development on the new tourism friendly law signed this week by Gov. Nathan Deal.

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