This morning's first headlines and updates all day from Hometown Headlines
Downtown Rome's restaurant in waiting: 110 Broad St. just about a 'turn-key' spot - if you have $1.1 million. Dining
Education: Big honors for Berry's Campus Carrier. Georgia Northwest, Georgia Military College sign partnership. Boyce named dean of health sciences at Highlands. Rewis joins Berry as vice president of marketing, communications. Education
Isakson, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch meet. Senator: 'I urge the Senate to move quickly toward a vote on his nomination.' Politics
Ware Mechanical Weather Center: 30 something this morning, low 70s start Sunday. Plus: Allergy season on the way. Weather
Georgia Health News: Humana withdrawing from state exchange as feds roll out new rules. Health
Remembering Mrs. Flora Lucille Allen, Mr. Jesse Floyd Parker, Mr. John Wesley (J. W.) Moore, Joe Wylie Parris, Mr. William Burl Rogers, Mrs. Mary Joe Williams, Mr. Wallace Bell Worthington. Obituaries
Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
Area arrest reports brought to you by Dr. Miniyar's Pediatrics. Crimewatch
State business headlines: Georgia Trend
Northwest Georgia jobs: Career Builder
Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report
Updated times, dates for high school basketball playoffs this weekend.
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7:40 a.m.: Part three of our heart health month series with Redmond Regional. Dr. Robert Styperek, Harbin Clinic Electrophysiologist and Medical Director of Redmond's EP Program. We'll take a look at the 'electrical' part of the heart.
8:10 a.m.: David Culp and Kerry Brown from Ducks Unlimited on the annual membership meeting Friday, March 10, at The Forum.
8:40 a.m.: Dr. Renee Carleton of Berry College joins us for an update on eaglets B8 and B9 as that next behind Krannert Center starts to get a little crowded thanks to the recent hatchlings.