- Cartersville EMT, substitute teacher charged with four counts of child molestation, other crimes. Arrested
- After two months of operation, zero public data from the city’s license plate reading sedan. Plus: Update on parking fine revenues since downtown parking changes. Parking
- Weekend! presented by The Forum River Center: Hamiltunes, Homespun Festival, Walk With a Doc/gallery tour, Music by the Tracks in Cartersville. Weekend
- Druck Report: Social media pioneer Carol Morgan on why Facebook is critical to the success of your business (YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, too). Podcast
- Buzz: Two job fairs next week in Rome; Census and county government. Chieftains’ Low Country Boil & Barbecue is Aug. 9. Sweet Cocoon staging Lip Sync Battle. 4-Hers learn about banking. Buzz
- Back to School: Rome hosts Super Showcase on July 25. Floyd County posts supply lists. When each school system starts. Education
- Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Rain today, Sunday looks to be light; temperatures in the low 90s. Weather
- Obituaries: Mr. Charles Allen Burke, Mrs. Elizabeth D. Echols, Mrs. Nancy F. Jacks, Mr. Charles Edward Young. Obituaries
- Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
- Greater Community Bank CrimeWatch: Updates on area arrests, police reports from across Northwest Georgia. Crimewatch
Truett’s Chick-fil-A Sports Report: Sports
Rome Braves top Asheville, 4-1, to stay in first place in Southern Division.
Rome Braves at Asheville, tonight and Sunday.
-Seven-game home stand opens July 23.
Links to fall football:
-John McClellan’s podcast on what to expect this fall in high school football.
-High school schedules.
-Colleges: Berry, Shorter, UGA and Tech.
Hometown Headlines Podcasts: No ‘decaf’ local talk radio here.
- Interview: You’ve got millions (of dollars) worth of reasons to do your part in the 2020 Census (maybe a job, too). Also: Critical City Commission elections begin next month. An interview with Wendy Davis. Interview
- In-depth interviews ahead of tomorrow’s headlines: 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.
- Also due in July: Additional interviews with our colleagues at Brand Red Studios in Rome.
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- Or on the web: Click HHPodcast.