This morning's first headlines and updates all day from Hometown Headlines
Dining: There's even more to Moe's in Rome. New Las Palmas in Cartersville due this month. 'BOGO' at Olive Garden. Dining
Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Inch of rain, some thunder, possible storm expected now through midnight. Weather
Business: Manufacturing job fair with at least 11 employers set for March 22 at Rome Civic Center. Jobs
Trump's travel ban. Isakson cites security, adds 'I appreciate President Trump's willingness to start over.' Perdue: 'These updates underscore President Trump's intent to responsibly secure our country.' Ban
Buzz: Chieftains Herb and Plant Sale is April 8-9. Blood drive on March 16 in honor of Calhoun freshman. 'Dew Dog Challenge' set. Plus: Leaf pickup ending.
Berry beef sale. No DDA meeting. Buzz
From Public Health: Pre-K Health Roundup in Floyd County; in Polk County, what parents need to know about immunizations and rising seventh graders. Health
Georgia Health News: Legislative health care scorecard features some surprises as 'Crossover Day' passes. Health
Remembering Monica Marie Smith Dutton, Mrs. Alice Dorothy White. 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
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7:40 a.m. Dr. Frank Harbin, a psychologist at Harbin Clinic, on Neurofeedback, a device that helps with ADHD, ADD and other attention issues with testing that can be done at home as well.
8:10 a.m.: Joe Cook of Coosa River Basin Initiative on what's next for the fracking bill that has passed Georgia's House of Representatives. Calhoun Rep. John Meadows proposed the bill, which passed 162-1.