Updates from the Floyd County, Bartow County and Polk County jails.
- 99 words (or less) news briefing: Rockmart’s FastTrac car wash due in May. Rome City Lux brew debut at RCBC. Big crowds for big weekend in downtown Rome, Cartersville. 99 words
- Updated: Some Rome High parents want more details on ‘safety drill’ Wednesday morning that really was a random sweep of the school by Rome Police K9 units and those from other agencies. Sweep
- Education: Rome City School Board has approved the following positions to for the 2019-2020 school year. Rome Schools
- Business: LakePoint Station in Emerson announces plans to add 12-lane bowling center by this fall. Business
- Buzz: Church Bowling League updates on March 27. Rome TEA Party meets Tuesday. A Brush With Kindness returns. Honors for Berry students, Viking Fusion. Buzz
- Georgia Health News: Senate panel OKs behavioral health commission. Health
- Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Inch-plus of rain starting tonight, into Friday; sunny weekend with highs in the mid 50s, lows around 35. Weather
- Obituaries: Mrs. Rebecca Carol Butler, Mr. Anthony Jerome Clark, Charles Currence Parker. Obituaries
- Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
- Area arrest reports for Floyd, Bartow, Polk counties. Crimewatch
- Floyd County Police: Neighbor charged with burglarizing Silver Creek home; also faces aggravated assault, obstruction charges. Arrest
Truett’s Chick-fil-A Sports Report: Sports
High school baseball scores, updates.
Weekly soccer update.
SEC, ACC basketball tournament updates.
Harbin Clinic Leprechaun-a-thon is Saturday. What to know about late registration, packet pickups.
High school baseball results, schedule.
GHC high school all-star basketball games Thursday.
Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, 7-9 a.m. weekdays, WRGA 98.7 FM
7:40 a.m. Rome High Track & Field Coach Nick Bridges talks about this Saturday’s Rome Relays at Barron Stadium.
8:10 a.m. Andrew Bressette, vice president for Enrollment Management at Berry College, talks about what it really takes to get your high schoolers into a college or university these days.