Sunday, April 23, 2017

New Inn at Barnsley quickly rising. Rezoning requests before Rome and Floyd Commissions this week. Top 5 things ahead this week: ACC Tennis, GHC groundbreaking and more. Today's buzz. Cooler temps and rain today. Three Rome High players commit to LSU.

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

Business: New 50-room Inn at Barnsley Gardens and Georgian Hall are quickly rising in Adairsville. Barnsley

Rome Commission to hear rezoning request for new silcone coating company, Floyd Commission to hear requests for The Sweet Cocoon retreat and multi-family residents on Callier Springs Rd. Rezoning

Top 5 things ahead this week: ACC Tennis Tournament, GHC groundbreaking, big week at Unity, Up the Creek bike ride and more. Top 5

Buzz: OneMain Financial closes one Rome branch. GDOL and Nissin Brake recruiting 60 workers. Dove Quartet coming to Chapel Hill UMC. Buzz

Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Much cooler day ahead with high in upper 60's with 80% rain chance. Forecast

Remembering Lee Hoyt Crider, Hardy Fouche Johnson and Jeanne Leigh Raley. Obituaries

Public Health restaurant inspection scores will resume Tuesday. Dining

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

  • Hardy Realty open house gallery for today: Seven homes in Rome, Cartersville priced from $119,900 to $329,900. Hardy Realty

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

Trio of Rome High football players commit to play for LSU in 2018. 

First round matchups for high school state baseball tournament. 

Rome Braves fall to Greenville, 3-2.

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

Please join our guests Monday including:

7:40 a.m. Kaitlyn Bailey from Floyd County Schools as we conclude our Monday series on Child Abuse Prevention Month.

8:40 a.m. Chief Deputy Tom Caldwell of the Floyd County Sheriff's Office on the success of the agency's new suicide prevention training.

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