HHPodcast News: Rome woman dies from accident injuries. Dos Bros. opening in 2-3 months. Teens held in PHS vandalism. Kangaroo Jake’s closes. Interviews: Summerville Park and RACA changes.

Your alternative to “decaf radio” starts here:
  • Rome woman, 85, dies from injuries sustained in Sunday afternoon accident.
  • Dos Bros Mexican Grill adds signage, hopes to open in two to thre months off Shorter. Nanny G’s at the Covered Bridge bakery opening in Euharlee. Buffalo Luke’s to replace Cheeseburger Bobby’s in Calhoun?
  • Hepatitis A spreading among Bartow County residents. Health Department offers free hep A vaccinations; urges vaccination for those at high risk and for food-service workers.
  • Kimberly King named interim director of the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia.
  • Updates on two Pepperell teens, both 13, charged with damaging, stealing from high school football concessions stand.
  • Kangaroo Jake’s closes in Armuchee after 11-year run.
Plus two interviews today on our podcast edition:
  • New Rome beer festival date, new office, new director and new chair: Changing times for RACA. HHPodcast interview with Ali Booker and Chris Kerr
  • Why Summerville Park doesn’t want Sleep Inn on Charlton Street (that’s where the entrance and exit would be). A HHPodcast interview with Penny Evans-Plants

  • Our podcasts are now available on nine podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts. Go to the iTunes store app, search hhpodcast and click subscribe. You’ll be notified each time we update our podcast library. You also can subscribe at Stitcher. Click here. Other subscription options include Spotify, Anchor, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Overcast, Tune In and Radio Public.
  • We offer weekday newscasts lasting around eight minutes between 7 and 8 a.m.
  • We also offer our familiar interviews but now expanded and free of “static.” Closer look at the Summerville Park/Sleep Inn issue. Lots of changes under way for the Rome Area Council for the Arts. Extension Agent Keith Mickler on how to cope with excessive heat — and varmints. Local football expert John McClellan on what to expect as high school football season begins.
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