Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Flood threat ends from recent rain; weather service on storm's impact; 70% rain chance Friday. What's ahead in Bartow County today. Latest police, jail reports. Business updates

For these and continuing updates, please see www.bartowheadlines.com:
-Flood warnings end for Coosa, Oostanaula:
-For nearly a week, forecasters were watching the Oostanaula rise above flood stage in Calhoun, Resaca and Tifton. On Monday, the weather service canceled the flood warnings up and down the river as well as the one for the Coosa River.

-Today: Gov. Nathan Deal will present a proclamation designating the week of Feb. 4-8 as Severe Weather Awareness Week
-Weather service update on Jan.14-18 rain and winter weather:
This update looks mostly at the rainfall, including more than five inches in Rome, and a much as an inch of rain in Cedartown on Jan. 17.

70% chance of rain on Friday, Friday night
-Tuesday: Cold and sunny, high of 42, low of 23.
-Wednesday: A bit warmer, high of 50, low of 36.
-Thursday: Sunny, high of 54, low of 44.



-Another step closer for new hibachi and sushi spot at Etowah Crossing.

-239 Broad St. back up for sale ($399,000); DandyLyons remains open.

-No Public Health restaurant scores today; holiday Monday.



-Late chamber of commerce updates.

-Cartersville brewery not crafting Bud's latest beer.


Latest local college sports updates.

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Latest jail reports.


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM, 7-9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online

-Please join our guests including:
-Dr. Chad Wagner of Harbin Clinic orthopaedics and sports medicine, on the latest concerns on concussions.
-Rome Braves General Manager Mike Dunn and Atlanta GM Frank Wren on next Monday's Hot Stove Gathering at lunchtime at The Forum.
-Henry Parkman from the Coalition for the Right Road on the group's renewed push to find another route for the 411 Connector.

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