Thursday, September 11, 2014

With opening due next week, Hobby Lobby's 35 to 50 jobs filled -- for now. Several Sept. 11 memorials today. Chambliss 'encouraged' by Obama's stance on ISIL. Did Rome make TV show 'cut'? Rain returns tonight

For more on these stories and for tomorrow's Rome news today, please see

Ware Mechanical forecast:

  • A cold front is due overnight and will bring increased chances of rain as well as a bit of a relief from our above-normal temperatures. Look for a high of 89 today, low to mid 80s on Saturday and Sunday.


  • Hobby Lobby fully staffed for next week's opening; 35 to 50 new jobs. Employment
  • Several community events to commemorate Sept. 11 beginning at 8:35 this morning. Remember
  • Chambliss on President Obama's speech on action against ISIL: 'Encouraged by his statements.' Reaction
  • Made in Rome (maybe -- kind of), Tyler Perry's 'If Loving You is Wrong' has a strong premiere on Oprah Winfrey Network. TV
  • Quiet weekend ahead in Northwest Georgia. Events
  • Exchange Club to hear about Global Cardboard Challenge coming to fairgrounds. Tea Party hosts refugee resettlement relief director. Updates
  • Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Northwest Georgia.  Dining
  • Floyd County Jail reports: 4 a.m., 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Crimewatch

Regular features:

  • John McClellan's high school football picks: Model stays hot in week three. McClellan
  • Georgia High School Football Daily.
  • Berry, Shorter both on the road this Saturday.
  • Shorter hires local video company.
  • Coming Friday: Norman Arey's Norman's No-Nos, 15 locks to lose in college football this weekend.
  • 7-9 a.m. weekdays, Click to listen live online
  • Please join our guests today including:
  • Phil Ray, principal of Pepperell High, on how this evening's homecoming parade will have a special tribute to Sept. 11.
  • Michael Skeen on Computer & Electronics and Household Hazardous Waste collection day at the Recycling Center as well as free dump day in Cave Spring.
  • The Rev. David Campbell of Trinity United Methodist Church on the Sept. 21 return of Jesus in the Park and the upcoming opening of the church's pumpkin patch.

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