Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Work begins on new Rome Cleaners' center. Bealls Outlets coming to Cartersville with more on the way. Latest on Larry Martin's reorganization. Charges filed in last week's fatality. Sample ballots, early voting information for Nov. 4 election. 87 today but

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Ware Mechanical forecast:

-One more day of temperatures in the upper 80s and then we get a slight break -- low to mid 80s for the next week. Overnight lows will drop in the upper 50s Thursday and Friday mornings.

Headlines:

  • Downtown Rome: Deal closes on new Rome Cleaners venue. Peach up for sale. Downtown
  • Beall's Outlet coming to former Office Depot in Cartersville. Bealls
  • Larry Martin's settlement plan, real estate 'trust' delayed another 15 days. Martin
  • With seven weeks to go, sample ballots now available for the Nov. 4 election. Also: Early voting, candidate forum. General Election
  • Isakson urges students to learn more about the Constitution, to 'Skype' Gordon Central class today. Book fair to benefit breast cancer awareness. Updates
  • Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Northwest Georgia.  Dining.
  • Floyd County Jail reports from 4 and 8 a.m. as well as 8 p.m. Crimewatch

Regular features:

  • John McClellan's high school picks: Narrow Rome win; Darlington 8-point underdog; first win for Cedartown; Calhoun cruises; Cass crashes.
  • Shorter University's sports updates. / Football season Next: Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Dallas vs. West Texas A&M, 2 p.m. kickoff. Next home game: Oct. 2 vs. Mississippi College, 7:30 p.m. kickoff.
  • Berry College's sports updates / Football season Next: Team off this Saturday.  First home game Sept. 27 vs. Rhodes, 1 p.m., Barron Stadium.
  • 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 including:
  • Larry Alford on his plans for the former Expert Tire center at 712 Broad St.
  • Jim O'Hara, retired sports editor at the Rome News, on the state of professional sports.
  • Amy Knitig, who does community outreach for Rejuvenate Hope, on opportunities to hel

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