Newscast:  Rockmart quadruple murder in January listed among nation’s mass shootings. Pizza War in East Rome? DeSoto celebrates. Rant: Dubious distinction for Polk County — again.

Newscast: Rockmart quadruple murder in January listed among nation’s mass shootings. Pizza War in East Rome? DeSoto celebrates. Rant: Dubious distinction for Polk County — again.

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  • In a case of too close to home, the Rockmart quadruple murder in January is listed among ’21 mass shootings in the United States in 2019′ by WSB radio and others.
  • Business: Little Caesar’s in East Rome picking up speed, to complete with Domino’s barely a block away. Redmond Urgent care changes hours at both sites. OMNOVA Solutions donates to Georgia Northwestern. 
  • Buzz: Happy 90th, DeSoto! Good turnout last night. Roman Rumble returns Sept. 14 for two-legged and four-legged competitors. Blood drive today and Friday  in response to recent shootings (West Rome Walmart today, East Rome Friday). Downtown Development board meets Thursday. 
  • Today’s rant: Yet another dreadful distinction for Polk County with one other common denominator. But will we do anything about it?
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