Sunday, March 26, 2017

RaceTrac opening Rome location early 2018. Local families giving Japanese students taste of America. Latest on possible stormy Sunday ahead. Adairsville K-9 dies after hit by car. City and county commission agendas. Sports updates.

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

Business: RaceTrac confirmed for new store on U.S. 27 at Armuchee Connector with opening in early 2018. Business

Local families hoping to give Japanese exchange students a taste of 'American' life this week in Rome. Exchange

Bartow EMS: 30-year-old woman severely injured in single-car rollover crash late Saturday in Cartersville. Crash

Adairsville Police dog Nero dies from injuries after being hit by car in Cedartown area this week. Nero

Buzz: Rome Area Heritage Foundation to look at antique paddleboat during membership party April 2. Agendas for this week's Rome and Floyd County Commission meetings. Buzz

Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Isolated, strong thunderstorms possible today. Rainy weather to continue through Tuesday. Weather

Remembering Starling (Punch) E. Sams, Franklin Sims, Martha Virginia Taylor and Mary Alice Williams. Obituaries

Public Health restaurant inspection scores. 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 

Latest high school baseball updates.
NIT: Georgia Tech plays next on Tuesday at 7 p.m. vs. CSU-Bakersfield
Latest on NCAA Basketball tourney.
Local college sports updates.

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

Please join our guests Monday including:

7:40 a.m. State Rep. Eddie Lumsden on the final days of the 2017 General Assembly.

8:10 a.m.: Dr. Renee E. Carleton, associate professor of Biology at Berry College, on new bluebird project.

8:40 a.m. Beth Erwin on Look Good, Feel Better, a 'makeover' program to help cancer patients feel better about themselves.

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