Newscast. Grand opening traffic: Let’s be careful out there. Greater Community Bank renovating Calhoun office. Rant: When dining today, ‘remember the ones who brung ya.’

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On Tuesday’s news menu:
  • Be prepared: Traffic on Martha Berry, Turner McCall likely to be a hot mess today as Chicken Salad Chick opens. Some options.
  • Business: Greater Community Bank preparing for renovations of Calhoun office. JZ’s Taste of Georgia offers wine, beer tastings in Carterville.
  • Education: Second local school system — Gordon County — hit with data breach. Tashia Twyman, Director of Communication and Public Engagement for Rome City Schools, is resigning. Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy receives nearly $500,000 in grants.
  • Buzz: Community Foundation of Greater Rome plans Sept. 12 seminar on grants, applications. ‘Multiple traumas’ drain supply; Blood Assurance seeks donations (how to give).
  • Rant: Amid grand opening panic and dining, ‘remember the ones who brung ya.’


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