Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Big day for grand openings. Cooler, wetter weather on the way. Cedartown's Nick Chubb leads in player of the year race. Bartow Public Health restaurant scores. Later day: Bartow jail reports

For more on these updates and today's latest headlines, please see
-Grand opening for Publix under way. Specials, updates and traffic watch. Nearly 20 photos.
-Plus: Our photo gallery/tour from Tuesday
-Also opening today: Studio 6 hotel in part of the former SkyTop.
-Ribbon cutting held for Georgia Regents' Northwest Campus at Maddox Heritage Hall. Almost 70 photos.
-Strike Out Child Abuse bowling tournament returns Nov. 12.
Public Health restaurant scores
-Latest updates from Floyd, Bartow counties.

Ware Mechanical forecast: Click 

-Wetter, cooler days ahead. Look for the best chance of rain later today and early Thursday.


Today's jail reports.
-Also updates at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
John McClellan's  high school picks
-Cartersville to stay undefeated. Model by one over Pepperell. Rough night again for Rome

Georgia High School Football Daily:
-Cedartown's Chubb in first place in Georgia player of the year race.

-Berry plays at Hendrix Saturday.
-Shorter on the road to Florida Institute of Technology.
-Norman's No-Nos: Your next round of guaranteed college football losers is due Friday.
Your Ware Ware Mechanical forecast:  

-Wednesday: 10%, then 70% rain chance, high of 73, low of 54.

-Thursday: 80% rain chance, high of 70, low of 45.

-Friday: Sunny, high of 73, low of 50; 20% rain chance overnight.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

7-9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online

-Please join our guests Wednesday including:

-Maureen Kline, Pirelli's Public Affairs and Sustainability Director, on the new solar project.

-Amy Knitig from the Exchange Club Family Resource Center and Robin Hice on Strike Out Child Abuse bowling tournament.

-Jeffrey Putnam and Sarah Egan from the local Red Cross office on Great Shakeout earthquake drill on Thursday.

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