Latest Heritage First Headlines. Massive meth bust (550 pounds) too close to home. Claremont House under contract; more good news for Chick-fil-A. Major milestone for Rome attorney Brian Bojo. Weekend calendar — and fireworks, parades begin. Weather: Already too hot.

Latest Heritage First Headlines. Massive meth bust (550 pounds) too close to home. Claremont House under contract; more good news for Chick-fil-A. Major milestone for Rome attorney Brian Bojo. Weekend calendar — and fireworks, parades begin. Weather: Already too hot.

 

LATEST HEADLINES
  • Floyd County Jail inmate dies; GBI to investigate 30-year-old’s cause of death (standard procedure). Update
  • Health: Extra activity around Floyd Medical Center’s ER is all part of a scheduled drill.
  • Updates from the Floyd County and Bartow County jails.
MORNING REPORT
  • Expanded report: Three men held after ‘discovery of an active clandestine meth lab’ in Dallas; more than 550 pounds of meth seized. GBI
  • Newsmakers: Rome attorney Brian Bojo earns masters in taxation law from New York University School of Law — in his spare time from a very public law practice as well as husband and father of three. Bojo
  • Business: Claremont House under contract. Chick-fil-A again named ‘top limited-service restaurant chain in the country.’ Business
  • Remembering Teresa Milam: Celebration of life set for 3 p.m. Saturday, calling hours at noon at Henderson & Sons Funeral Home, South Chapel. Teresa
  • Cartersville man charged in Monday’s robbery of a Cedartown Chevron station. Arrest
  • Weekend! presented by The Forum River Center: Balloon festival at the airport; please see traffic note. Final weekend of Fantasticks. Plus: Outdoors. Weekend
  • Independence Day: Four celebrations on Saturday in Cave Spring, Lindale, Adairsville and Summerville.  July 3: Coke, Parks & Rec fire up the holiday at Ridge Ferry. Independence Day: Cave Spring, Cartersville, Lindale, Rome Braves. Also: Podcast on Cave Spring parade. Independence Day
  • Ware Mechanical Weather Center: 90-plus degrees all weekend with a 30% chance of rain, thunderstorms. Weather
  • HHPodcast News: Massive meth bust; quarter ton seized. Major milestone for Rome attorney Brian Bojo. Huge weekend. Week-in-review: Busy week for law enforcement. Newscast
  • Buzz: GOP Women meet Tuesday. Blood Assurances drives next week in Rome, Cartersville. Men With a Purpose set for July 6. Metropolitan’s United Methodist Men’s Fish Fry is July 13. Photo: 4H-ers at camp. Buzz
  • Obituaries: Darlene Salmon, Mr. Forrest Watkins, Ms. Ruby Mae Whatley. Obituaries
  • Public Health restaurant inspection scores: 73 (C) for Calhoun restaurant. Dining
  • Greater Community Bank CrimeWatch: Updates on area arrests. Crimewatch
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Truett’s Chick-fil-A Sports Report: Sports

Rome Braves get a rematch tonight at Greenville beginning at 7:05.
Check the Atlanta Braves’ All-Star votes.
Getting ready for the Tillman run.
Links to fall football:
-High school schedules.
-Colleges: Berry, Shorter, UGA and Tech.
-Falcons’ preseason.

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