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Today’s business updates from Georgia Trend

Today’s business updates from Georgia Trend

The latest from GEORGIA TREND: Click here for more: Below are today’s top business and political stories from sources around the state of Georgia. Oct. 21, 2014 | Atlanta Business Chronicle Three Atlanta federal judges recuse themselves from Home Depot data breach lawsuits Read more. Oct. 21, 2014 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution Home sales slip in September ReadRead more

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Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank: Upscale clothing start-up coming to Rome. Politics. John McClellan’s high school football picks.

Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank: Upscale clothing start-up coming to Rome. Politics. John McClellan’s high school football picks.

Ware Mechanical forecast:  One of the best weeks of weather this year continues with highs in the mid 70s and lows in the 40s, with a dip into the upper 30s due overnight Wednesday. Also possible: Patchy frost that  morning. Headlines: Upscale start-up clothing store Sienna & Bellini opening in Rome; first store opens todayRead more

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Upscale start-up clothing store Sienna & Bellini opening in Rome; first store opens today at Hamilton Place

Upscale start-up clothing store Sienna & Bellini opening in Rome; first store opens today at Hamilton Place

  Mount Berry Square will be home to a rare breed in the clothing industry: A start-up shop known as Sienna & Bellini. The company is advertising for sales help for a mall location. We have calls into the Atlanta office for additional detail. We know this much: Sienna & Bellini describes itself as “aRead more

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Campaign Watch: Local, state TV forums. Deal, Kemp due Oct. 28. T-minus two weeks to the final vote.

Campaign Watch: Local, state TV forums. Deal, Kemp due Oct. 28. T-minus two weeks to the final vote.

Georgia Highlands’ Community Watch profiles County Commission Post 4 candidates — but only one shows: You can watch the interview of Democrat Bo Arrant by Dr. Jon Hershey and Greg Shropshire on this YouTube video. Republican incumbent Larry Maxey was invited, according to the hosts, but did not attend. Maxey also did not participate inRead more

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Ware Mechanical forecast: Patchy frost possible Thursday morning as lows drop into the upper 30s

Ware Mechanical forecast: Patchy frost possible Thursday morning as lows drop into the upper 30s

Today’s forecast: One of the best weeks of weather this year continues with highs in the mid 70s and lows in the 40s, with a dip into the upper 30s due overnight Wednesday. Also possible: Patchy frost that  morning. Expanded weather reports: Rome data / Cartersville data read more

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John McClellan’s high school picks: Darlington big over Armuchee. Rome, Model rebound. Easy night for Cartersville, Calhoun.

John McClellan’s high school picks: Darlington big over Armuchee. Rome, Model rebound. Easy night for Cartersville, Calhoun.

By John McClellan for Hometown Headlines Coosa’s win over Model on Friday sets up a Halloween night showdown with Darlington for the Region 7-AA championship. Meanwhile, Rome is in control of its playoff destiny after the Wolves defeated Woodland and Creekview beat Sequoyah, while Cedartown, Pepperell and Rockmart all remain contention for the third andRead more

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Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports: John McClellan’s high school picks for key regional games. Honors for Berry’s quarterback, kicker and Cartersville’s QB

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports: John McClellan’s high school picks for key regional games. Honors for Berry’s quarterback, kicker and Cartersville’s QB

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report The Southern Athletic Association announces the football Players of the Week following games played Saturday, Oct. 18, and Berry quarterback Dale Jackson captured offensive player honors while Campbell Harrison of Berry won the special teams honors. Jackson engineered an offensive explosion as the Vikings defeated Hendrix, 46-24. He tossed five touchdowns andRead more

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Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Northwest Georgia

Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Northwest Georgia

Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Items appearing blue type indicate a superior score of 95 or better. Restaurants appearing in red type indicate a failing score of 69 or lower. Floyd County ELM STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8 ELM ST ROME, GA 30165 View inspections: October 20, 2014 Score: 100, Grade: A read more

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Redmond Regional offers free classes with Healthcare Exchange Navigator

Redmond Regional offers free classes with Healthcare Exchange Navigator

Hometown Connection: Jennifer Link will discuss her job as a healthcare exchange navigator and the upcoming seminars are Redmond Regional at 8:10 a.m. Wednesday on Hometown Headlines Radio Edition on WRGA 98.7 FM and 1470 AM. Media release: A certified Healthcare Exchange Navigator will be offering a series of free seminars at Redmond Regional MedicalRead more

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Georgia Supreme Court upholds murder conviction in case of deaths of Walker County brothers as well as Polk County killing

Georgia Supreme Court upholds murder conviction in case of deaths of Walker County brothers as well as Polk County killing

HULETT V. THE STATE  Media release: The Supreme Court of Georgia has unanimously upheld the convictions and two death sentences given to Donnie Allen Hulett for the 2002 murders of brothers, Larry and Arvine Phelps. Hulett was 21 at the time of the crime. read more

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Updated: Development Authority meets Tuesday. Joint Study Committee on Violence Against Health Care Workers, co-chaired by Dempsey, meets Oct. 28

Updated: Development Authority meets Tuesday. Joint Study Committee on Violence Against Health Care Workers, co-chaired by Dempsey, meets Oct. 28

Tuesday: There will be the regular meeting of the Rome-Floyd County Development Authority beginning at 8 a.m. in the conference room of the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce at 1 Riverside Parkway NE. Agenda: Regular business. The Joint Study Committee on Violence Against Health Care Workers will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. untilRead more

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Bartow County Jail reports, Oct. 20

Bartow County Jail reports, Oct. 20

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Cartersville Police arrest reports, Oct. 20

Cartersville Police arrest reports, Oct. 20

Here are today’s arrest reports from the Cartersville Police Department. Just click each file to see the report: 4630 4634 4641 4643  

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Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank:  Teen’s ‘Em Bands’ a fasion hit — and helping nonprofits. Cartridge World moving; Heritage Chapel up for auction

Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank: Teen’s ‘Em Bands’ a fasion hit — and helping nonprofits. Cartridge World moving; Heritage Chapel up for auction

Ware Mechanical forecast:   Cool, dry air continues at least into the weekend with highs in the low to mid-70s and lows in the upper 40s. Normal for this time of year: Highs of 72, lows of 49. Today’s low so far: 43 degrees. Headlines: 13-year-old turns sewing hobby into profitable ‘Em Bands’ — and sharesRead more

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13-year-old turns sewing hobby into profitable ‘Em Bands’ — and shares $1 of each sale with local nonprofits

13-year-old turns sewing hobby into profitable ‘Em Bands’ — and shares $1 of each sale with local nonprofits

By Natalie Simms nsimmshh@att.net St. Mary’s Catholic School eighth grader Emily Jarvis has taken her love of sewing and turned it into a money-making business. Pretty Little Em Things has taken off over the last year, selling nearly 2,000 of Emily’s unique headband designs. read more

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