Latest Heritage First Headlines:  GBI investigates 61st officer-involved shooting (Dade County). Harbin administrator’s cancer story shared nationally. Rome City Brewing adds Rhino Ribs’ best hits. Education updates. Tonight: Rome Braves host key playoff game; continuing high school football scores,  Busy weekend in Northwest Georgia.

Latest Heritage First Headlines: GBI investigates 61st officer-involved shooting (Dade County). Harbin administrator’s cancer story shared nationally. Rome City Brewing adds Rhino Ribs’ best hits. Education updates. Tonight: Rome Braves host key playoff game; continuing high school football scores, Busy weekend in Northwest Georgia.

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Latest Grand Jury presentments: Two members reappointed to the Hospital Authority of Floyd County; 293 ‘true bills’ returned. Presentments

Rabies vaccination clinic set for Sept. 22 at the health department. $10 per dog or cat. Clinic

 

Updates from the Floyd County, Bartow County and Polk County jails.

MORNING REPORT

Quick reads: GBI investigates 61st officer-involved shooting of the year, this one in Dade County. Wellness check for Harbin Clinic administrator changes her life as national healthcare report documents. Rome City Brewing adding hours, Rhino Ribs cooking. Quick reads

Sheriff’s Office: Suspect wanted in Aug. 22 machete attack that severed his girlfriend’s arm captured in Texas. Arrest

Education: West End Elementary celebrates receiving its STEM certification in Thursday ceremony. Education 

Education: Anna K. Davie parent/volunteer Brittany Hatcher joins state Parent Advisory Council. Rome Schools entering REACH Georgia Program. RCS continue free breakfast, lunch program. Education

Rome seeks feedback on smoke-free ordinance via online survey; public hearing is Sept. 18.  ‘No smoking ordinance’ goes before Public Safety Committee on Monday. What to know.  Smoke-free

Lawrence Plantation’s Weekend Guide: Rome Braves at home for second, maybe third playoff games. Fall farmers market at Berry College. Shorter opens home football season. Saturday tailgate party. Arts festival in Pine Log. Northwest Georgia Regional Fair in Calhoun. Weekend

Buzz: ‘Crush the Crisis’ is today in Cartersville, Satursday at Redmond Regional. New Antioch Baptist Church to honor firefighters Sunday. Arts Festival at Rose Lawn returns Sept. 15-16. Buzz

Health: Column — National Recovery Month proclaims, affirms recovery is always possible. Column 

Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Very slight chance of rain for tonight’s Rome Braves, high school football games. 50% rain chance Sunday. Weather

Obituaries: Mr. Randolph Kinnebrew Sr., Clarence Ronald Patton, Philip James Smith, Mr. Robert Wicker Winkle Sr. Obituaries

Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining

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

Advertising:

Hardy Realty’s open house gallery for Sunday: Six homes in Rome, ranging in price from $179,900 to $399,000. Posting by 3 p.m.


Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report: Sports.

Rome Braves host Lexington in key game two of playoffs tonight at 7. A win means a deciding game three Saturday at 6 p.m. at State Mutual.
Big slate of high school football; we’ll post scores all evening.
Falcons vs. Eagles and what’s next.
Community:
-Roman Rumble returns Sept. 15.
-Harbin Hero Hustle is Sept. 29.
College football:
-Updates on Berry, Shorter, Georgia and Georgia Tech.

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

7:40 a.m. Floyd County Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeff Wilson and Armuchee Elementary Principal Rodney Stewart will hit the roof later this morning to celebrate a successful $10,000 penny drop. They’ll join us prior to the event.
8:10 a.m. Dr. Brian Carroll, chair of the communication department at Berry College, on the impact of the guest column authored by an anonymous  West Wing staffer in the New York Times. Brian also will join us on the ….
8:40 a.m. … Hometown Headlines/WRGA News Roundtable.

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Health headlines: Georgia Health News

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