Monday, June 2, 2014

Advance Rehab's founders sell clinics, focus on management side. LakePoint sizzles as baseball starts Thursday. Cartersville's Mellow Mushroom opens. Gas prices down -- but up. Weather: Low 80s today; 90s by midweek

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Ware Mechanical forecast

 Mid 80s through Tuesday and then low 90s for several days. Best chance of rain: Tuesday.


  • Advance Rehab's founders now focusing on Advance Rehabilitation Management Group. Advance
  • LakePoint's volleyball, wake boarding offer great weekend escape; baseball games start this Thursday. LakePoint
  • Mellow Mushroom brings a fresh look to downtown Cartersville. Mellow
  • Gas prices: Lowest price in the region is $3.39 at Wilco-Hess of I-75 near Calhoun. Details
  • Floyd County Jail reports. Updated at 4 and 8 a.m., and 8 p.m. Jail

Regular features:

  • Northwest Georgia's best source for job leads. Click Career Builder
  • It's not to late to join dozens of summer camps under way in our area. Summer Camp
  • June is a huge month for Vacation Bible School. Bible School
  • Rome Braves edged by SandGnats, 4-3. Savannah takes the series, three games to one.
  • Tonight: Rome Braves at Augusta, 7 p.m.
  • Home game photos by Mills Fitzner. Gallery
  • Georgia Fire roughed up by Richmond, 72-53. Next game: Home Saturday vs. Nashville Venon, 7:30 p.m., The Forum. Georgia Fire
  • Links to latest updates from Berry, Shorter, Georgia Northwestern and Georgia Highlands.

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  • Please join our guests Monday including:
  • Donna Carver,  director of School Nutrition for Floyd County School, on the summer meals program.
  • Floyd Schools spokesman Tim Hensley on the decision to close Midway Primary after the 2014-15 school year.
  • William James, founder and executive director of Summit Quest, a Rome-based nonprofit organization providing strength, hope and service to children and families affected by cancer.

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