Heritage First Headlines
- Dining: John Henry’s founder growing ‘restaurant group.’ Another Rome favorite battling staff issues. Ready for Food Truck Friday in Rome? Buc-ee’s offering $30/hour for food/deli assistant manager.
- 37 virus patients in Floyd, Redmond on Tuesday, down 7. New cases since Friday in NW Georgia. 146. First dose vaccinations up 1,074 since Friday.
- Search ends for missing woman as investigation continues in Polk County.
- Health: Ribbon cutting at Piedmont Cartersville Medical Center. In Rome, no closing date on Redmond Regional sale to AdventHealth.
- The Knights of Columbus Labor Day Barbecue returns Sept. 6 but with to-go service only; online orders accepted now through Aug. 13.
- Business: Second Chance employment, resource session set for Aug. 18 at Rome’s Goodwill career center.
- Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Upper 80s through Friday with light rain likely each day.
- Obituaries: Rebecca Anne Bradfield, Mr. Leroy Dennard Jr., Mrs. Boon Soon Kim, John “Johnny” William Newman, Mrs. Jacquelyn M. Rohner, Ruth B. Shaw.
- Dining: Public Health restaurant inspection scores, Tuesday-Saturday.
- Crimewatch brought to you by Big Dan’s Car Wash. Updates on arrests.
Harbin Clinic Headlines: Today’s latest update on the 10 doctors joining Georgia’s largest privately owned, physician-led healthcare community.
- Rome Braves lose opener at Greenville, 5-1; roster updates. Atlanta Braves get 6-1 vs. Cards.
- Rome Braves vs. Greenville updates; roster updates.
- Atlanta at Cardinals through Thursday.
- LaSheena Nation named Shorter women’s basketball coach.
- High school football notes.
- Atlanta Falcons updates.
- Fall sports signups; also for Tillman 5K.
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