Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Rome Cares organizes to help hurricane victims.Polk Police investigate dozens of dogs found chained to trees. 'Everyting Natural' opens in Calhoun; almost barbecue time in Rome. Christmas in August in Cedartown.

Today's first, fast, factual, fair and free headlines -- with updates all day from Hometown Headlines

How to help hurricane victims: Rome Cares quickly organizing with others also lending a needed hand. Helping

Dining: 'Everyting Natural Juice Bar' opens in Calhoun. In Rome, work begins on 50th Knights of Columbus Labor Day Barbecue. Dining

Business: Advanced Tax Solutions LLC is concentrating operations center in Rome.  Currently employing 22, the company hopes to double staffing by year's end. Business

Adairsville Police: Calhoun man, 30, charged with 75 counts of child pornography, other crimes after being found with 15-year-old girl. Arrest

Polk County Police on the 'scene of one of the worst cruelty to animal cases we have ever seen;' 60 to 70 dogs involved. Cruelty

Wetherington the second candidate to declare bid for opening on superior court bench; look for more in coming weeks. Politics

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas -- circa 1989 -- in Cedartown as TV crews prepare to shoot 'Hap and Leonard' for Sundance Channel. Christmas

Buzz: Democrats' Georgia Giants dinner to feature gubernatorial hopeful Stacey Evans. New look for sheriff's deputies. Pop Up Dog Park is Sept. 24. New doctor joins Floyd in Cartersville. Free day at Chieftains. Buzz

Ware Mechanical Weather Center: So much for that taste of fall. Upper 80s today; inch of rain on Thursday. Weather 

Obituaries: Mrs. Mary Louise Kight Alford, Jimmy L. Atkins. 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: 
Rome Braves begin final seven games tonight as a long shot for the playoffs.
Coming Thursday: First Norman's No-Nos of the season.
High school football updates.

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

7:40 a.m. Sheriff Tim Burkhalter and Chief Deputy Tom Caldwell on Rome Cares and how you can help flood and other victims in South Texas.
8:40 a.m. Bryan King, senior planner for the city of Rome Pop Up Dog Park Planned for Sept. 24 at Riverside Park.
Talk of the Town, noon-1 p.m. The Historians.

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