Friday, February 12, 2016

Cold weekend; snow, freezing rain possible early Monday. New health practice on Broad Street takes on pelvic issues. Advance voting going strong. Restaurant inspection updates. High school, college scores. Obituaries.

Where your news day starts:

Ware Mechanical weather:

  • Cold weekend ahead; Monday could see lots of rain, perhaps snow, freezing rain.
  • Continuing weather coverage all weekend from Hometown Headlines.

Today's headlines:

  • Health: Georgia Pelvic PT opens on Broad Street with a specialty practice few will discuss. Health
  • Buzz: Property taxes due or penalties begin. Latest advance voting update. Edwards named planning director at Floyd. Buzz
  • Bartow Buzz: Labor Department recruiting 200 highway workers. DOT maintenance work continues today. Bartow
  • Georgia Health News: Suburban lawmaker champions cause of rural hospitals in Georgia. GHN
  • Remembering Mr. Justin Lewis Deems, Mrs. Mary Emma Davis Wright. Obituaries
  • Latest Public Health restaurant inspection scores.  Dining
  • Area arrest reports brought to you by Dr. Miniyar's Pediatrics. CrimeWatch

Valentine's Day advertising section:

  • Crawdaddy's is opening Sunday for Valentine's Day lovers with a special menu. Valentine's Day

Regular features:

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report

  • High school basketball playoff, college updates.
  • Academic honors for Berry.
  • Mmore signings at Darlington
  • High school baseball.
  • The Rome Braves announce Fourth Annual No Excuses 5K, Health Walk, & Hot Dog Fun Run will take place on Saturday, April 16.
  • AAU Basketball tryouts on March 2-3.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition on WRGA 98.7 FM.
-Please join us from 7-9 a.m. with our guests:

  • At 7:40 a.m.: County Commissioner Scotty Hancock and Rome Assistant City Manager Patrick Eidson on the 2016 Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge.
  • At 8:10 a.m.: Chase Watterson on the 2016 YMCA Arsenal Soccer Sign-up.
  • At 8:40 a.m.: Brian Robinson, former spokesman for U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey and Gov. Nathan Deal, with his take on the Georgia primary vote on March 1.

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