Friday, October 13, 2017

Funeral set for Berry student; still no official cause of death. 'Bullet voting' in use for Rome commission, school board races? SPLOST interview on Hometown Radio today. Huge weekend starts today with 'Walk a Mile.' High school softball, volleyball, football.

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

Fallen Berry student's funeral tonight in Knoxville as college charters buses for classmates. Autopsy completed but coroner awaiting additional tests in search for cause of death. David

Ready for 'bullet voting'? Rome commission, school board races could see some picking only their one or two favorites, opting out of their remaining votes (three seats in the commission race, seven on the school board side). Bullet

Election headquarters: Candidate profiles. Hometown Radio: SPLOST tax interview today. New: Sample ballots for Rome elections, countywide tax proposals. Politics

Education: Dante Thomas from Pepperell Middle finishes in first place at Berry math competition; Rome Middle places third in team category.  Math

Georgia Health News: Trump approves looser rules on 'association health plans' -- and what that means for the state. Health

10th anniversary of Walk a Mile in Her Shoes set for noon today in downtown Rome, part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Walk

Saturday planner: A legion of superheroes on the run. Some fancy fiddlin.' Noise and toys at Tellus. A magical music tour.  (Plus football and chili). Saturday

Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Around 80 through Sunday and then highs in the low 70s, lows in the upper 40s. Weather 

Obituaries: David Wayne Jones Sr. 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:    

Latest softball, volleyball playoff updates
Big games tonight: Pepperell at Rockmart, Trion at Darlington.
Football scores later this evening.
Berry College updates.
Harbin Hero Hustle Saturday; Run for the Shelter Nov. 4.

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

Friday: Special purpose tax pros and cons, the subject of a special two-segment. Floyd County Manager Jamie McCord and Rome City Manager Sammy Rich will join us from 7:40 until 8:30 a.m. The SPLOST proponents have asked to join us under the conditions that the interview is not designed to "promote" the tax. This will be a news interview with the guests addressing up to $63.8 million in projects proposed for funding by extending the current one-penny sales tax. The interview will address the projects and all the questions that have been asked about each.
8:40 a.m. Hometown Headlines/WRGA News Roundtable. 

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