Heritage First Headlines: New farmers market premieres as taste for locally grown, farm-fresh explodes. Floyd GOP chair Diane Lewis a ‘Rising Star.’ Community Holy Week begins today at noon. Column: Keeping children, women safe.

Heritage First Headlines: New farmers market premieres as taste for locally grown, farm-fresh explodes. Floyd GOP chair Diane Lewis a ‘Rising Star.’ Community Holy Week begins today at noon. Column: Keeping children, women safe.

 

MORNING EDITION

  • Farmers markets are on the rise — and a new player opens May 4 in downtown Rome: Between the Rivers Market. Plus: Regional options.  Farmers markets
  • Buzz: Diane Lewis, chair of the Floyd County Republican Party, earns ‘Rising Star Award.’ Ready for a little Avenging against Thanos? Rome, Cartersville theaters selling tickets for April 25 preview showing. Buzz
  • Guest column for Child Abuse Prevention Month: ‘Safe Homes for Women & Children.’ How you can help.  Prevention
  • ‘Blue Mondays,’ other events continue as Northwest Georgia observes Child Abuse Prevention Month. Prevention
  • Religion: Community Holy Week Services begin today at noon. Also: Area congregations to celebrate Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter. Holy Week
  • Obituaries: Miss Cecelia Diane “Cil” Chambers, Emma Pauline Fowler.  Obituaries
  • Public Health restaurant inspection scores return Tuesday morning. Dining
  • Area arrest reports for Floyd, Bartow, Polk counties. Crimewatch

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

Rome Braves rally, hang on to beat Greenville, 8-7.
  • Columbia in town tonight.
Tiger Woods masters The Masters again.
High school baseball, tennis updates.

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

7:40 a.m. Part two of our Child Abuse Prevention Month report, today featuring Devon Smyth of the Davies Shelters and Kristin Enlow of Hospitality House. Today’s focus: ‘Safe Homes for Women & Children.’
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