Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Election: Runoff for Senate District 14 on Dec. 3. Cartersville High's Barden in race for state football player of the year. Latest Public Health restaurant scores. 60% rain chance tonight, Thursday. Later today: Bartow County Jail reports

For more on these updates and for today's latest news, business, weather and sports headlines, please see
The Nov. 5 vote: The biggest surprise, the top upset, the best investment, the rookie of the year and more. A different look at the final results.
Local election results.

Possible hints to Dunham Sports grand opening at the mall.Plus updates on two old friends in new places.
Hometown adds 'Online Red Kettle' to help Salvation Army raise funds for area families this Christmas season.

Public Health restaurant inspections
-For Floyd, Bartow counties.
Ware Mechanical  forecast:
-Rain moves in tonight, stays into Thursday
Today's jail reports.
John McClellan's high school picks:  Lots of 'what ifs' in last week of the regular season
High School Football Daily: Cedartown, Cartersville players in player of the year race for Georgia,
Shorter at  
the University of West Alabama Saturday at 8 p.m.
Berry's season 
finale at 2 p.m. Saturday, Barron Stadium, vs. Sewanee
Norman Arey's Norman's No-Nos:
-Next picks due Friday.


Rome Middle School sixth, seventh grade football teams advance in GMSAA state playoffs.
Your Ware Ware Mechanical forecast:   

-Wednesday:  Partly cloudy, high of 69, low of 56. 60% rain chance overnight.

-Thursday: 60% rain chance,  high of 63, low of 34.

-Friday: Sunny, high of 61, low of 36.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

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

-Please join our guests Wednesday including:

-Tony McIntosh with the city/county education SPLOST.

-Brian McClellan, Gordon County IT director, on tech gifts to think about this Christmas season.

-Janet Byington on the Rome Christmas Parade set for Dec. 3; deadline to enter is coming up.

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