Almost live from studio 1A today:
Services set for Rome High, Berry College graduate Brandon ‘B-Dub’ Wilson who died in a weekend boating collision; family and friends start donations page for his two sons’ college expenses.
Dining: Bucket o’ Shrimp expected to open next Wednesday on Dean Avenue.
Permits in hand, roughly four months of demolition work begins at former Kmart site (soon to be East Bend).
Weekend! presented by The Forum River Center: A legion of superheroes at Tellus Saturday. Exhibit opening for late-in-life folk artist. Rodeo rides again in Bartow. Plus: Annual fish fry.
Rant of the Day: Latest concerts, events not finding the right note in downtown Rome.
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