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Rome Schools: A look at the salary packages of three senior football coaches, the superintendent and his wife. The coaches together will earn $550,000 between March 2015 and this summer; the Byars, about $210,000 a year. Open records
Jobs: Latest snapshot on who's working, who's looking in Northwest Georgia. Plus: Who's hiring. Jobs
Business: ACC mens, women's tennis championships here next week look like a one-and-done. Tournaments return to N.C. next year. Tennis
Business: March was a busy month for local Realtors. Grand opening for Constellium Automotive Structures in White is May 11. Business
Georgia Health News: Rome/Summerville get high marks for 'cleanest for ozone,' 'short-term particle pollution.' Health
Photo gallery from the Just As I Am Choir meeting Tim Tebow at Wednesday's Rome Braves game. Tebow
Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Rain, thunder could be issues for Saturday night's proms, end of Steeplechase. Weather
Education: County schools host Kindergarten Roundup again today. More on Model, Pepperell scholars. New animal science lab at Berry. Education
Buzz: Clydesdale returns to Broad Street Friday evening. Keys to Rome pianos already ready. Floating for a great cause. Buzz
Health: What to know about National Infant Immunization Week (April 22-29). Health
Remembering Mrs. Mary Ann Adams Scott, Mrs. Ann Steed. Obituaries
Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
Area arrest reports brought to you by Dr. Miniyar's Pediatrics. Crimewatch
Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report
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7:40 a.m. Mary Hardin Thornton on Renew Our Rivers 2017, this year at Armuchee Creek. Activities begin at 8 a.m. at New Armuchee Baptist Church for staging, breakfast and a safety talk.
8:10 a.m. Jim Alred of Harbin Clinic on Up the Creek, including the Harbin Family Fun Ride.
8:40 a.m. Ann Hortman on next week's ACC men's and women's tournament next week at the Rome Tennis Center of Georgia.