Monday, March 13, 2017

Cold cases: Will today's technology help solve yesterday's murders in Northwest Georgia? 30,000-square-foot medical arts building proposed near Redmond, Harbin. Broadway coming to Broad Street. Final week of winter off to a chilly start.

This morning's headlines --  first, fast, factual and free -- with updates continuing all day from Hometown Headlines


Cold cases: New technology could provide breakthrough to solve four murders in Rome, Floyd and Bartow counties dating back seven to 37 years. Cold cases

Business: 30,000-square-foot medical office proposed at Redmond and John Maddox. Office

Education: Grand Illusion presents Broadway on Broad Street Friday-Sunday. Rome Noon Optimist Club names Oratorical Contest winners. Education

Updated: Goo-Goo Express Car Wash coming soon on Martha Berry Highway; groundbreaking likely in mid-May. Announcement continues 'boom' in that area. Goo-Goo

Ware Mechanical Weather Center: As cold as 23 degrees by Thursday morning -- and that's before any wind chill index. Weather 

Remembering Mrs. Glenda Carol Burk. Obituaries

Public Health restaurant inspection scores return Tuesday. Dining

Area arrest reports brought to you by Dr. Miniyar's Pediatrics. Crimewatch

Also today:

Traffic: Georgia DOT, Google Maps or Waze.

State business headlines: Georgia Trend

Northwest Georgia jobs: Career Builder

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report 

Get dancin'! Who's in, who's out (Georgia, Georgia Tech) of the NCAA tournament.
Updates on the Georgia Highlands Chargers as they head to the playoffs.
Register now for the Harbin Clinic Leprechaun-a-thon set for Friday evening in downtown Rome.
Local college sports updates.

RADIO: Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, 7-9 a.m., WRGA 98.7 FM

Please join our guests Monday including:

7:40 a.m. Jessica Kennedy with the latest on Rome Middle School's performance of "Broadway on Broad Street set for Friday-Sunday at the DeSoto Theatre.

8:10 a.m. Janet Eberhart, District Immunization Coordinator for Public Health, on now being the time to get those teen vaccinations done.

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