Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Storm system in the Gulf could be our next rain maker. Toyo Tire expansion helps lead region in impressive economic development summary. Mid 80s today; more weather data for Cartersville. Later today: Bartow County Jail reports

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

-Goo-Goo Express Car Wash just about ready to go.

-Georgia Trend's October column highlight economic development statewide is dominated by Northwest Georgia.

-Business: Home sales down, prices up; GNTC, state, carpet industry offer new program to train workers.

-Hurricane Center tracking low pressure area that could bring storms to our area starting late Saturday, Sunday.

-Just in time for winter: expanded weather data for Rome, Cartersville.

-Coosa Valley Fair: today's schedule (Kids' day) and exhibition results through Tuesday night.


Public Health inspection scores: Dining

-Latest Floyd County scores; no Bartow reports Tuesday.


Ware Mechanical forecast: Click

-Upper 80s today; storms possible by Saturday night.


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. Nick Chubb from Cedartown no. 2 on player of the year list.
-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:  

-Wednesday: Sunny, high of 84, low of 57.

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

-Friday: Mostly sunny, high of 85, low of 61.

-Weekend: 40% rain chance late Saturday, 50% on Sunday


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

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-Please join our guests Wednesday including:

-A guest from the Governor's Office of Workforce Development on a new training partnership with Georgia Northwestern, carpet industry.

-Joe Schulman of Tellus Science Museum on the Oct. 19 return of Heavy Metal in Motion.


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