Thursday, January 7, 2016

Powerball updates. Mansell: King to stay with 'Canes. A side of kale on the way at Chick-fil-A. A bit more rain due overnight. Jax State faithful to gather in Cartersville. Later today: Jail, police incident reports.

Today's first news from

Ware Mechanical weather:

  • About a third of an inch of rain this evening, overnight; high of 54. Weather
  • All clear: Floyd County roads now clear of flood waters. Join us for a flood aftermath on Hometown Radio Thursday. Roads

Today's headlines:

  • Buzz: Rezonings before Planning Commission today; ballots sent for March 1 presidential primary. Buzz
  • Updates on the $500 million Powerball drawing. Lottery
  • A low-calorie side at Chick-fil-A? Kale, yeah! CFA
  • Weekend: 4 places you want to be: indoors, outdoors, dining. Weekend
  • Lane shift coming to Ga. 20 from Walmart to I-75 in Cartersville on Thursday. Ga. 20
  • What's ahead across Northwest Georgia: key ground breaking, pre-K registration. Briefly
  • Smile Report: Georgia Highlands announces fall president's, dean's lists. Smile
  • Georgia Health News: Judge slams state over slow pace on talks with Justice Department. GHN
  • Obituaries:  Remembering Mr. J C Grizzles, Lizzette (Lizz) McCray. Services
  • Latest Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
  • Area arrest reports brought to you by Dr. Miniyar's Pediatrics. CrimeWatch

Regular features:

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report

  • Mansell: King to stay with Hurricanes.
  • Jacksonville State vs. N. Dakota for FCS football title Saturday; where to watch locally.
  • What's ahead with local high schools.
  • What's ahead with local colleges; Berry results.
  • Monday's national championship: Alabama vs. Clemson. Norman Arey's pick: Alabama by 7.
  • NFL: Playoffs begin this weekend

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition on WRGA 98.7 FM.
-Please join us from 7-9 this morning with our guests:

  • At 7:40 a.m.: Rome Assistant City Manager Patrick Eidson on the early success of the Neighborhood Enhanacement Program.
  • At 8:10 a.m.: Matt Pearce from the Small Business Development Center on banks and cyber threats.
  • At 8:40 a.m.: Michael Skeen, Floyd County's Director of Public Works, on repairs continuing in the wake of the Christmas floods.

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