Latest Heritage First Headlines: Nearly 2 inches of rain flood some streets. Cheeseburger Bobby’s plans Calhoun comeback. David Guldenschuh column: ‘Without Al Hodge, this community would be nowhere close to where it is today.’ Floyd Schools’ pop-up food market is Feb. 13. Sports milestones celebrated.

Latest Heritage First Headlines: Nearly 2 inches of rain flood some streets. Cheeseburger Bobby’s plans Calhoun comeback. David Guldenschuh column: ‘Without Al Hodge, this community would be nowhere close to where it is today.’ Floyd Schools’ pop-up food market is Feb. 13. Sports milestones celebrated.

LATEST HEADLINES

Updates from the Floyd County and Bartow County jails.

MORNING REPORT

Ware Mechanical Weather Alert: Ware Mechanical Weather alert: Nearly 2 inches of rain with some roads closed; high water signs out. No snow as temperatures stay too high — but much colder through Saturday.  Latest updates

David Guldenschuh: ‘Without Al Hodge, this community would be nowhere close to where it is today.’ (#Good stuff that) Saluting Al Hodge
Business: Cheeseburger Bobby’s to reopen in Calhoun. First-time jobless claims dip in December — but higher than 12 months earlier. Business
Pop-Up Food Markets, organized by Floyd County Schools with the Atlanta Community Food Bank to help those in need, drawing 400 people per month. Pop-up Markets
Education: Unity Christian team headed to state quiz bowl finals. Georgia Northwestern names Rick Perkins Award of Excellence in Technical Instruction. Rome High’s Future Business Leaders of America sending eight students to state. Education
The creations of Howard Finster to help inaugurate the Harbin Clinic Gallery with reception set for Feb. 1.  Harbin
Buzz: Floyd County, as part of Black History Month, seeks ‘community members who have made an impact here.’ Friends of the Library prepare silent auction. Buzz
Obituaries: Ms. Shirley Ann Hancock, Mrs. Virginia Leming Mills, Mr. Leroy W. Ringer. Obituaries
Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
Area arrest reports for Floyd, Bartow, Polk counties. Crimewatch

Truett’s Chick-fil-A Sports Report: Sports

Celebrating GHC Chargers Coach Phil Gaffney’s 500th win.
Vikings hoping for record crowd at The Cage Friday for basketball (football, volleyball honors, too).
Latest local basketball scores and schedules.
Preparing for Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3 in Atlanta: Rams vs. Patriots.
Busy community calendar.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, 7-9 a.m. weekdays, WRGA 98.7 FM
7:40 a.m. Rome attorney David Guldenschuh who has written a wonderful tribute to Chamber President/CEO Al Hodge as he leaves the organization tonight (with a retirement effective in April).
8:10 a.m. Georgia Highlands men’s basketball Coach Phil Gaffney on his 500th win and what’s ahead for the Chargers.
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