Monday, January 28, 2013

Local gun ranges, wildlife club see jump in visitors amid firearms debate. Stormy weather expected to start late Tuesday; inch of rain expected. Gas prices up 2 cents a gallon; dime cheaper than a year ago.

For these and today's latest headlines, please see
The Buzz of Northwest Georgia:

-Local gun ranges seeing an increase in business as national firearms debate escalates.

-Emerson home prices soaring; part of the LakePoint Sporting Community boom?

-Mall watch: A few more vacancies at Mount Berry Square.

-Etowah Employment's new 'eharmony for staffing' draws national interest.

-With Saxby Chambliss out, will some local names get in?

-Hometown celebrates nine years of keeping you ahead of the news in Northwest Georgia.


Average gas price up 2 cents a gallon last week but almost a dime lower than a year ago. AAA South

Expect storms, heavy rain Tuesday night, Wednesday
-Outlook: More than an inch of rain on the way.

-Tuesday: Sunny, high of 71, low of 58 with 60% chance of thunderstorms. Gusts to 20 mph.
-Wednesday: 100% chance of heavy rain, storms. High of 63, low of 34. Gusts to 25 mph.


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-Please join our guests Monday including:
-Sheriff Tim Burkhalter and Pepperell High's Alana Ellenburg on the purchase of a golf cart to help with safe teen driver initiative.
-Beth Erwin and Jennifer Almond on the American Cancer Society's Calendar Girls
-Layla Shipman of the Floyd County Republican Party on candidates to replace the retiring U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss.

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