Latest Heritage First Headlines. Sign’s up at Little Caesar’s; next two restaurants could feature Philly Cheesesteaks. Updates on Ball Corp.’s $200 million expansion. Local job total up by 1,000 in September; jobless claims also up. Final commission forum tonight. Coolest days yet of fall.

Latest Heritage First Headlines. Sign’s up at Little Caesar’s; next two restaurants could feature Philly Cheesesteaks. Updates on Ball Corp.’s $200 million expansion. Local job total up by 1,000 in September; jobless claims also up. Final commission forum tonight. Coolest days yet of fall.

MORNING REPORT

  • Dining: Sign’s up at new Little Caesar’s. Two Philly Cheesesteak spots under consideration. Dining
  • Ball Corp. tells of ‘new beverage can lines’ at Shannon. Expansion to add 180 jobs and investment of more than $200 million; first facility dedicated to aluminum cup production. Opening by late 2020. Business
  • Budgetel Inn updates: February Public Health inspection found roaches, mold but earned a score of 84; previous was 93. Updates for Bartow Schools, emergency teams helping displaced tenants. Budgetel
  • Ex-Bartow County firefighter faces 16 felony charges including arson, battery, burglary and theft after building destroyed by fire in White. Arrest
  • Jobs: 1,000 more jobs here last month vs. September 2018 but first-time jobless claims also rise. State sets employment record. Plus: Who’s hiring. Jobs
  • Weekend! presented by The Forum River Center: BooFest, Walk With a Doc, Bluegrass & Roots Festival, chili cookout, John Wisdom ride on the agenda. Weekend
  • Newscast: Updates on Ball Corp’s $200 million expansion. Latest on closed Budgetel, families. Restaurant news. Rave: Salute Ball Corp. deal with something from a can made in Shannon.
  • No longer interim, Kimberly King named executive director of the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia. Appointment
    DAILY FEATURES:
    • Buzz: $1,000 donation to Highland Rivers Foundation. Harbin Clinic Cartersville ribbon cutting this afternoon. Strike Out Child Abuse Bowling Tournament set.
    • Politics: Potential last forum this evening for Rome City Commission candidates. What to know. Also: Advance voting, election calendar, sample ballot.
    • Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Some of the coolest temperatures so far this season due today, Friday morning. Rain late Saturday, Sunday.
    • Obituaries: Mr. Caleb Thomas Clark, Mrs. Chiquita Conkle Daniel, Lollie Ernestine Wansley Fryer, Ms. Seresa Williams.
    • Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
    • Greater Community Bank CrimeWatch: Updates on arrests. Crimewatch

Truett’s Chick-fil-A Sports Report: Sports

  • High School: John McClellan’s high school picks for this Friday.
    • Friday, Saturday high school football schedule.
  • Local soccer updates.
  • Berry at Birmingham Southern, 7 p.m. Saturday; Shorter at Barron Stadium vs. North Greenville, 1  p.m. Saturday.
  • Falcons: Home vs. L.A. Rams, 1 p.m. Sunday.
    Community: Willard Nixon golf tournament is Oct. 25.

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