Tuesday, February 5, 2013

WSB: Adairsville woman dies from tornado injuries. Latest tornado aftermath updates. Business: Publix going up; Young Professionals meet. High near 60 today, low 60s Wednesday

For these and today's latest headlines. please see www.bartowheadlines.com:
Latest tornado updates

-WSB: Second Adairsville resident dies following injuries from the Jan. 30 tornado. Channel 2 reports Brenda Mulkey died Monday after being crushed by tries in her mobile home on Wednesday. -A video of state Rep. Christian Coomer, who's district includes parts of Bartow and Floyd counties, shows him telling House colleagues about the devastation in Adairsville and Gordon County. Among those praised by Coomer was the Floyd County Sheriff's Office for a large turnout of sheriff's employees and others, assisting storm recovery efforts in Adairsville.
-Updates from Adairsville and Gordon counties.

-Feb. 7: Shorter vs. W. Florida game: bring tornado relief item, get in free.

 -Darlington School hosts a bottled water drive to benefit tornado victims.



-The first walls shaping Rome's 54,000-square-foot Publix slowly rising at Charles Hight Square.


Observing Severe Weather Awareness Week.
-Today's topic is thunderstorm safety and awareness. Details
-Tuesday: 20% rain chance, high of 59, low of 37.
-Wednesday: Sunny skies, high of 65, low of 40,
-Thursday: 60-70% rain chance, high of 58, low of 43.

Monday's Public Health restaurant inspection scores.

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:
-Elaine Armstrong with Goodwill of North Georgia on Wednesday's twin career expos in Rome and Cartersville.
-Tax Commissioner Kevin Payne on new regulations for motor vehicle titles and an upcoming seminar to explain those changes.

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