Thursday, October 3, 2013

Bartow could see 1.5 inches of rain or more from tropical system headed our way. Bass Pro says Emerson site a go but there's no construction, opening schedule. Latest downtown Cartersville updates. Later today: Bartow County Jail reports

For more on these updates and for today's latest news, business, weather and sports headlines, please see

-Tropical system could bring 1.5 inches of rain, maybe more, from Sunday until Monday. Updates all weekend on Hometown.

-Bass Pro 'very excited' about Emerson location but no opening date now listed (originally was 2014).

-2014 planning session for downtown Oct. 10

-Wisdom Ride returns to Rome on Oct. 19.

-Latest Coosa Valley Fair results, schedule.


Weekly Public Health inspection scores: Dining

-Updates from Floyd, Bartow, Gordon, Polk, Chattooga


Ware Mechanical forecast: Click

-Three more days in the upper 80s. Details below.


Today's jail reports.
High school:
John McClellan's high school picks:  Win for Rome, blow outs for Cedartown, Cartersville
Georgia High School Football Daily.
-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:  

-Thursday: Mostly sunny, high of 86, low of 60.

-Friday: Mostly sunny, high of 87, low of 61.

-Saturday: High of 85, low of 64; 30% rain chance overnight.

-Sunday: 70% chance of storms, high of 76, low of 60.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

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-Please join our guests Thursday including:

-Jason Free of Keller Williams Commercial and the Greater Rome Board of Realtors on September home sales in our area.

-Jim Powell on the annual  J.D. Powell Memorial Golf Tournament benefitting the Georgia Northwest Technical College Foundation.

-U.S. Rep. Tom Graves on the Washington budget stalemate (Graves is a House conferee

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