- Updates from the Floyd County and Bartow County jails.
- Carnage continues: 9 dead, 16 injured in overnight attack in Dayton, Ohio. El Paso shooting hits close to home for Rome woman. Death toll remains at 20. Carnage
- After 15 months of renovations and fundraising, the Ruth and Naomi Women’s Shelter set to open its doors on Tuesday. Shelter
- Education: Bus updates from Rome High. Bartow Schools hosting ribbon cutting Monday at Red Top Middle School. Rundown of when students return to class this week. Education
- Weekend! presented by The Forum River Center: Photos from Saturday’s Soulfest and downtown concert. “Finding Nemo” at City Auditorium today. DeSoto photo re-enactment on Monday. A look ahead to next weekend. Weekend
- Buzz: Paradise Garden Foundation hosts Outsider Art Trail Tour on Aug. 17. Legal services program assistance available on Friday. Buzz
- The News Roundtable: Our top stories from the past week, our latest interviews and what’s ahead this week. Podcast
- Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Partly sunny, high near 88 with 60% rain chance, scattered thunderstorms possible. Forecast
- Obituaries: Mrs. Sybil Reeves Barlow, Ms. Veronica Patricia Payne Camp, Ms. Marci Faye Harris Dunn and Billy Joseph Floyd. 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 drop first game at West Virginia, 7-2. Rematch today at 2 p.m.
Saturday updates: ‘Meet the Tribe’ at Armuchee and ‘Meet the Dragons” at Pepperell.
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 Broadcasts: No ‘decaf’ local talk radio here.
- Presidential sweepstakes: Dr. Frank Stephenson of Berry College offers a look at the 20 (or so) Democrats in the hunt to challenge Republican incumbent Donald Trump. Says Stephenson: They’re in for a tough fight
- Eric McDowell on the escalating battle to keep Sleep Inn out of Summerville Park — and how to help.
- Carol Morgan of Denim Marketing of Cartersville was among the first to champion Facebook as a critical tool for her clients.
- City Commissioner Wendy Davis with millions of dollars worth of reasons why the 2020 Census is critical. Plus: Fall commission elections.
- A preview of the 2019 high school football season with John McClellan.
- Also this month: Additional interviews with our colleagues at Brand Red Studios in Rome.
- Newscasts: An audio version of today’s headlines with a rant or two. Posts weekdays between 7 and 7:30 a.m.
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