Latest Heritage First Headlines: Continuing updates on LakePoint bankruptcy, what’s next. Crawdaddy’s drops weekday lunch, cites health issue. Knucklehead Cafe closes in Rockmart; Running Wild catering, too. Downtown parking debate far from over. GNTC students part of ‘Great Race.’ More storms likely today.

Latest Heritage First Headlines: Continuing updates on LakePoint bankruptcy, what’s next. Crawdaddy’s drops weekday lunch, cites health issue. Knucklehead Cafe closes in Rockmart; Running Wild catering, too. Downtown parking debate far from over. GNTC students part of ‘Great Race.’ More storms likely today.

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Updates from the Floyd County and Bartow County jails.

MORNING REPORT

Next update by 11 a.m.: LakePoint files for bankruptcy, cite debts of $10 million to $50 million. New operators: Brief setback; hotels, restaurants, entertainment spots exempt; focus remains on growth. LakePoint

Dining: Crawdaddy’s ends lunch service on weekdays; brunch and evenings continue. Knucklehead Cafe closes as does Running Wild Catering. Dining

Downtown parking update: Levy, Rucker seek changes to parking plan; McDaniel says ‘very small’ portion of Broad Street supports parking change. Next up: Amending key ordinances. Parking

Education: Georgia Northwestern Automotive Technology students to compete in ‘The Great Race,’ from Buffalo to Nova Scotia. Team DeSoto can’t use cells, GPS or laptops. Education 

Business: The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 926 moving training complex to 90 acres in Cedartown North Business Park. Business

Politics: State investigation into Floyd’s May 22 primary vote continues. What to know about the July 24 runoff (three GOP seats, one Democratic). Politics

Buzz: Honors for Floyd County Juvenile Court Judge Greg Price. Called Wednesday meeting for development authority. World Blood Donor Day is Thursday. Buzz 

Ware Mechanical Weather Center: 50% rain chance through Thursday with highs of 90. Update on Monday’s storms. Weather 

Obituaries: Dorothy Chamlee Pilgrim, Mr. Wallace Sullivan, Betty Joyce Dobbs Trussell. Obituaries

Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining

Area arrest reports for Floyd, Bartow, Polk counties sponsored by Living Proof Recovery. Crimewatch


Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report: Sports

Rome Braves score late, beat Greenville; build 2.5-game lead for playoff spot with five games to play.
Next up: Rematch tonight in Greenville.
Still time to save $5 on registering for Saturday’s F&P 5k benefiting Harbor House.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, 7-9 a.m. weekdays, WRGA 98.7 FM, streaming.

7:40 a.m. Lou Byars, superintendent of Rome City Schools, on the end of the 2017-18 school year, graduation and the education special tax.
8:40 a.m. John Azar-Dickens, Ph.D., a forensic psychologist and clinical associate professor of psychology at Berry College with a closer look at suicides, including the most common age and gender of suicide victims.

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State business headlines: Georgia Trend

Health headlines: Georgia Health News

Northwest Georgia jobs: Career Builder

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