Saturday, May 3, 2014

Restaurant updates: La Parilla due June 2. Busy weekend with Waterfest, Bacon Fest and more. Former Shorter VP Wayne Dempsey dies, Funeral updates on Larry Muschamp. Weekend Buzz and Public Health dining scores.

For more on these and today's latest headlines from across Northwest Georgia, please stay with
Ware Mechanical weather:
Beautiful weekend ahead with sunshine, high of 77 today. Even warmer tomorrow with high of 86.



  • La Parrilla due June 2; Church's Chicken opens in Calhoun.    
  • Waterfest, Bacon Fest just part of busy Saturday in Northwest Georgia.
  • Thursday: Northwest Georgia Federation of Families to discuss children's mental health.
  • Former Shorter VP Wayne Dempsey loses battle with cancer.
  • Funeral arrangements for former Darlington Principal Larry Muschamp.
  • Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Floyd; no Bartow reports.
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 Rome Braves:

-The Rome Braves lost a close one Friday night, 2-1 to the Sandgnats as the teams opened a four-game set in Savannah

-In Savannah tonight through Monday.

-Latest roster moves.

-Braves' home game photos by Mills Fitzner. 


More sports
  • Georgia Fire next home game tonight vs. Nashville Venom.

Links to latest updates from Berry, Shorter, Georgia Northwestern and Georgia Highlands.



  • Today: Sunny, with a high near 77. Light southwest wind becoming west 10 to 15 mph in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph.
  • Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 49. West wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening.
  • Get your three-day forecast and updated weather links at Hometown Headlines.

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  • Dr. Rene Carleton of Berry College on what's next for the eagle that's nearing the time to leave the nest near Krannert Center
  • Ben Winkelman from the E.C.O. Center

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