Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Chilly start with freeze warning. Cedar Hill Senior Living on auction block. Today's business news and Cartersville Chamber updates. Sports updates. Later today: Bartow County Jail reports, Cartersville Police arrest reports.

Where your news day starts: www.bartowheadlines.com:

Today's weather:

  • Freeze warning in effect until 10 a.m. with patchy frost. Sunshine with high near 67. Rain returns on Thursday.

Today's headlines:

  • Cedar Hill Senior Living in Polk County slated for auction in April; Starting bids at $300,000. Auction
  • WRGA: Alcohol Control Commission approves license for 'Growler' business, denies request for new restaurant on Glenn Milner. ACC
  • Gordon County Sheriff's Office breaks up major drug trafficking ring. Gordon
  • Berry College Chief of Staff Alexander Whitaker named President of King University in Tennessee. Whitaker
  • Business: Will Harbin added to 2016 Confluence lineup. Upcoming Chamber events in Rome and Cartersville. Business
  • Voter registration for May 24 primary. Author Dr. Sue Abram at Chieftains today. GNTC welding course. Upcoming Berry College events. Buzz
  • Blood Assurance: All blood donors to receive free movie ticket on Tuesday, Wednesday; Donations at critically low level this week. Blood
  • Local churches preparing for Easter: Holy week events, Rome Passion Play, Journey to the Cross and service schedules. Holy Week
  • Remembering Susan Ann Tillery Allen, Joella (Dew) Snead Black, Kara  Paulk Moore and Angela Rush. Obituaries
  • 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

  • High school updates: Lots of baseball this week.
  • Complete list of 2016 High School football schedules. Football
  • Georgia Tech beats South Carolina to advance to NIT quarterfinals.
  • Rome Braves' single-game tickets on sale; opening day is April 7.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition on WRGA 98.7 FM.
-Takes a break the week of March 21-25; resumes Monday, March 28.

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