Monday, September 30, 2013

Cartersville High remains no. 2 in AAA football poll. Local ER doctors almost win first leg of Amazing Race. Gas prices continue to tumble. 20% rain chance, high of 80. Later today: Bartow County Jail reports

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-For the Rome News, it's been a year from hell. Near foreclosure sale, bankruptcy reorganization, resignations -- the next chapter is due today with Chapter 11 plan deadline here again.

-As trend grows, city of Rome to consider changing regulations for mobile food vendors. At issue: some downtown complaints. 

-'Team Code Blue,' the ER doctors with local ties, almost wins first leg of CBS reality show 'The Amazing Race.'

-Gas prices dip again: "At this time, every indicator points to lower gas prices," says Jessica Brady, AAA spokeswoman. "Fuel prices will likely remain affordable and could reach close to $3 a gallon if prices continue to drop as forecast." 

-What's ahead in Northwest Georgia this week: Coosa Valley Fair opens; candidates' forum; Hawks' football.


Ware Mechanical forecast:Click

-Fall? Mid-80s by Wednesday; great fair forecast.

Today's jail reports.
High school:
-Georgia High School Football Daily:Cartersville no. 2 in AAA poll, Calhoun no. 6 in AA and Cedartown No. 8 in AAAA.
Coming Tuesday: John McClellan's latest high school picks.
-Shorter Hawks host North Alabama on Saturday.
-Berry Vikings on the road to Washington in St. Louis on Saturday.

Norman Arey's Norman's No No: Next column due Friday as Norman picks 15 locks to lose in college football.
Your Ware Ware Mechanical forecast:  

-Monday: 20% rain chance, high of 80, low of 57.

-Tuesday: Some clouds, high of 82, low of 59.

-Wednesday: 10% rain chance, high of 85, low of 61.


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-Please join our guests Monday including:

-Dr. Denise Crawley and Amy Knitig on the Atlanta Two-Day walk.

-Adam Silcio on the opening of Terminus Wake Park at LakePoint in Emerson.

-Eddie Elsberry from Berry College on the latest on the eagles' nest and the new camera angles.

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