Friday, October 18, 2013

Regional business updates. Bartow Public Health restaurant scores. High school football predictions, broadcast updates. Dazzling weekend forecast; low 40s by Sunday morning. Later today: Bartow County Jail reports

For more on these updates and today's latest news, business, sports and weather headlines, please see
Mattress Firm opens today, the second tenant to do so at Charles Hight Square.
-Next up: AT&T, Sweet Frog.
-Prep work continues on West Rome's Popeye's.


Redmond Regional's 'Pink Out' today; balloons away.
-Coincides with National Mammography Day.


(sponsored post) Zombies Roam Free at Myrtle Hill.
-Plus: Can Dr. Beauchamp be saved after being zombified?


Weekend guide
-Some politics (tonight), family fun day (Saturday), run/walk to help fight breast cancer, school benefits, Heavy Metal at Tellus and some kickin' back in downtown Cartersville.


Weekend Buzz
-Softball Slam returns to State Mutual Stadium next month. Upcoming health seminar. Crafts, talent showcase coming to Cave Spring.


Public Health restaurant scores
-Latest from Floyd, Bartow counties.

Ware Mechanical forecast: Click 

- Pretty much clear skies through Sunday with the coolest mornings of the season early Sunday, Monday.


Today's jail reports.


Norman's No-Nos:
-Norman Arey says Georgia, even Tech get 10-point wins this weekend. And no smiles for Will Muschamp this Saturday.


John McClellan's  high school picks
-Cartersville to stay undefeated. Model by one over Pepperell. Rough night again for Rome
-Football broadcast guide.

Georgia High School Football Daily:
-Darlington No. 1 in Class A Private power ratings

-Berry plays at Hendrix Saturday.
on the road to
Florida Institute of Technology.
Preview and game notes now posted.
Your  Ware Mechanical forecast: 

-Friday: Sunny, high of 73, low of 50.

-Saturday: 20% rain chance, high of 72, low of 41.

-Sunday: Sunny, high of 70, low of 40.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

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-Please join our guests Friday including:

-Andrea Pitts from Redmond Regional Medical Center on upcoming free seminar on digestive health.

-Retired NFL punter and now Life Church community pastor Greg Cater on the NFL so far this season.

-Hometown Headlines/WRGA News Roundtable as Kim Sloan Jarrett and Andrew Carter join us to provide some context to the week's top local stories.

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