Latest Heritage First Headlines. Nearly 900 without power this morning; rainfall at nearly 4 inches; more by midweek. Floyd Fights Hunger packs over 64,000 meals. Advance voting continues today. Coosa moves to state volleyball semifinals.

Latest Heritage First Headlines. Nearly 900 without power this morning; rainfall at nearly 4 inches; more by midweek. Floyd Fights Hunger packs over 64,000 meals. Advance voting continues today. Coosa moves to state volleyball semifinals.

MORNING REPORT

  • Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Around 900 customers without power this morning after storms. Nearly 4 inches of rain since Friday; more due this week. Today: Clearing skies, high near 70. Weather
  • Floyd Fights Hunger: United Way’s second annual event packs 64,364 meals to be distributed in Rome and Floyd County. Hunger
  • Elections: Advance voting today from 1-5 p.m. at civic center. ‘Early Voting Brunch Bunch’ meets ahead of advance voting. You can vote in advance now through Friday, Nov. 1. Elections
  • Cartersville Police seek help in finding missing man with disabilities, believed to be around 45 years old. Mattie’s Call issued for Corey Sullivan. Missing
  • Buzz: The Farmhouse Kitchen restaurant expected to open this week in Armuchee. Salvation Army needs bell ringers. Free medicare counseling in Rome on Tuesday. Buzz
  • Keith Mickler’s Rome Grown: Ready for LeafWatch 2019? What’s behind Mother Nature’s ‘painting the landscape with hues of red, yellow, purple, burgundy, pink or whatever color suits her fancy.’ Column
  • Weekend! presented by The Forum River Center: Chiaha, cowboy festival continue today. Ellie Holcomb concert. Next weekend: ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’, Rome Beer Fest and Elevating Lives concert. Weekend
  • Druck Report: Rome’s City Commission election dysfunction. What will it take to get voters engaged? Wendy Davis has some ideas and answers. Listen here
DAILY FEATURES:
  • Newscast: Returns Monday with our rant of the day.
  • Obituaries: Frances “Pat” Patricia Worley Allen, Mrs. Johnnie Elizabeth Winkle Bailey, Carl Henry Cagle, John Daniel Hudgins and Mrs. Hazel Ford Worthington. Obituaries
  • Public Health restaurant inspection scores return Tuesday. Dining
  • Greater Community Bank CrimeWatch: Updates on arrests. Crimewatch

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

Coosa advances to GHSA State Volleyball Semifinals. Pepperell and Calhoun seasons come to end after losing in Elite 8.
Berry tops Rhodes, 54-10. Shorter falls at Mississippi College, 41-20.
High school softball state tournament updates.
Falcons: Home vs. Seattle, 1 this afternoon.

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