Newscast: Amid two key openings, two businesses closing. Knights cooking BBQ to help others. Peaks & Valleys: Highs, lows of commission candidates.

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A busy start to a busy news week:
  • Business: Amid a week of openings, Hardee’s in West Rome and Healing Arts Center on Broad Street closing.
  • Five things to know about the 52nd Annual Knights of Columbus Labor Day Barbecue at the Rome Civic Center. 
  • Education: As Berry College starts the new year today, a hero is among the newest students.
  • Ware Mechanical Weather Center: One more day in the upper 70s.
  • Sports: John McClellan’s high school picks and a critical week ahead for the Rome Braves.
  • Peaks & Valley: The City Commission candidates edition. Some highs and some lows, for sure.


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