Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Courtyard job fair Monday,Tuesday at Forum. Redevelopment meeting to look at mall, Spires tax incentives. Rome City Brewing work gets intense. State volleyball semis: Armuchee at Coosa, 6 tonight. Cool morning today and Wednesday. Election updates

Northwest Georgia's campaign headquarters for 2017 with news updates all day: Hometown Headlines

Business: Courtyard job fair is Monday, Tuesday at The Forum. Interior, exterior work continues on Rome City Brewing expansion. Redevelopment Committee to hear tax proposals for mall, senior living sites.  Business 

Ware Mechanical Weather Center: After a dip into the upper 30s this morning, we'll do it again Thursday. Plus: Rainy Saturday on the way. Weather 

Second City Commission candidates forum set for Monday; housing authority, ministers have School Board hopefuls Thursday. On Hometown Radio: Another SPLOST pro/con Thursday morning. Politics

Buzz: Floyd hosts a reception for area pastors this Thursday. Scary Berry returns with 'Haunted Trail' this weekend. Buzz

Obituaries: Mrs. Miranda Liggons, Helen Mitchell Nichols, Mr. Felton Overby. Obituaries

No new Public Health restaurant inspection scores from Tuesday. Dining

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

Hometown Radio: Q&A on the $80 million education tax extension with Dr. John Jackson, Floyd Schools, and Lou Byars, Rome City Schools.
Hometown Radio:  Q&A on the $63.8 million government tax extension with County Manager Jamie McCord, Sammy Rich. Plus: SPLOST debate between Danny Price and Randy Smith.

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report:    

Armuchee vs. Coosa tonight in state volleyball semi-final (at CHS).
Softball playoffs back Thursday.
Friday night football; radio stations added.

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

7:40 a.m. Bob Shinn and John Good on what we can expect next as Candor -- a $39 million investment that is expected to create 675 jobs -- begins its growth in downtown Rome.
8:40 a.m. Melody Harrison of Keller Williams Northwest, who also serves as the president of the Greater Rome Board of Realtors, on the latest real estate trends in our area.

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