Monday, July 21, 2014

Restaurants prime spots for campaign stops. Fairfield opens in Calhoun. Rome man held in early Sunday murder. Weather: Light rain, mid 80s. Gas prices below same time last year.

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Ware Mechanical forecast:  

Light rain this morning and for much of the coming week. Look for highs in the mid to upper 80s and lows near 70 -- just about normal for this time of year.


  • Food & Politics: Three local restaurants are campaign hot spots when it comes to mixing issues and menus. Politics
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites opens in Calhoun as hotel boom continues across Northwest Georgia. Hotels
  • As work on Shaw's $85 million Adairsville plant begins, look for more between Ga. 140 and Union Grove on I-75. Shaw
  • 25-year-old Rome man charged with felony murder as club shooting kills one. Murder
  • Gas prices fall again, now 7 cents a gallon lower than the same time in 2013. Gas
  • Publix' Tools for Back to School to benefit West End Elementary, United Way in Bartow County. Back to School
  • Floyd County Jail reports: 4 a.m., 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Crimewatch

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
  • Rome Braves: That's a big 10-4 win for the Braves vs. West Virginia Sunday.
  • Next: Tonight in West Virginia, off Tuesday and back in Rome on Wednesday.
  • Home game photos by Mills Fitzner. Gallery 
  • Parks & Rec Fall Youth Sports registration begins
  • 2014 high school football schedules. Football
  • Links to latest updates from Berry, Shorter (updated football information), Georgia Northwestern and Georgia Highlands.

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  • Please join our guests Monday including:
  • Capt. Douglas McClure of the Salvation Army on a great project benefitting the operation.
  • Chris Giddens, a local children's minister and self-avowed geek, on a late summer blast of sci-fi at the movies and and a major PC shift in today's comic books.

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