Monday, October 28, 2013

Cartersville remains No. 2 in AAA football poll. New Courtyard by Marriott built with river in mind. 50% rain chance today; more due Halloween. Later today: Latest Bartow County Jail reports

For more on these updates and for today's latest news, business, weather and sports headlines, please see
Courtyard by Marriott to tap into city's most abundant but least used resources: riverfront access and views.
Internet auction set Dec. 2 for 20,000-square-foot Christie's Office Supply.
Gas prices: Rome home to lowest gas prices in the region. 
Final results from Saturday's Peach State Marching Festival at Barron Stadium.

ER doctors with local ties remain in the hunt for 'Amazing Race' $1 million jackpot.
Ware Mechanical forecast:
-Just a dash of rain today, more due on Halloween.
Today's jail reports.
Georgia High School Football Daily: 

-Darlington, at 7-1, moves into the no. 10 spot for the smaller schools or Class A.

Calhoun maintains fifth place in the Class AA poll. Cartersville

is in No. 2 again for the AAA poll.


Cedartown holds on to no. 7 in AAAA.

John McClellan's high school picks:
-New picks due Tuesday.
-Berry at Millsaps this Saturday.
-Shorter at Clark Atlanta on Saturday.
Norman Arey's Norman's No-Nos:
-Georgia or Florida? Which way will Norman go? Find out Friday.
Your Ware Ware Mechanical forecast:  

-Monday: 50% chance of rain,  high of 69, low of 47.

-Tuesday: Sunny, high of 75, low of 56.

-Wednesday: Mostly sunny, high of 78, low of 55.

-Halloween: 40%, then 70% chance of rain, high of 75, low of 58.


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

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

-Please join our guests Monday including:

-The Rev. Chris Barberi of Rome First United Methodist Church on Stop Hunger Now.

-Robert Smyth of Coosa Valley Credit Union and Ray "The Big Cheese" Powell of the Murray cheese shop at Kroger on the chamber's business expo Nov. 1 and 2.

-Elliott Echols, a 2012 Berry College graduate, who's been tapped to serve as national youth director for the Republican National Committee.


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