One night last March, Jessica Griesbach woke up with terrible abdominal pain. She was throwing up and in severe pain. After a trip to the emergency room and a CT scan, the Berry College employee was told she had a condition she had never heard of but which could be fatal.
Phillip and Sue Murphy will celebrate their 50th anniversary with a reception at North Summerville Baptist Church, 119 Maple Dr. in Summerville on Jan. 14, 2017. Drop in is from 3-6 p.m. and the vow renewal will take place at 4:30 p.m.
Morning Pointe of Calhoun residents enjoyed cheerful company this Christmas holiday, as Gordon Central High School’s National Honor Society students paid a visit to the assisted living and memory care community.
Rome Little Theatre will join with the MLK Commission of Northwest Georgia and 100 Black Men in January to present a Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award-winning play on race and real estate titled “Clybourne Park,” the movie “A Raisin in the Sun” and a symposium on race.
The Rome News-Tribune asked our readers to share their Christmas memories with us. Whether it be a newborn child, a store owner going the extra mile or celebrating Christmas during hard times, our readers shared the moments special to them and those they love.
Georgia Highlands College has announced students named to the 2016 fall President’s List and Dean’s List. To achieve President’s List status, students must earn a 4.0 GPA and attain a minimum of nine semester hours of credit. To make the Dean’s List, students must complete a minimum of nine semester hours and average at least a 3.5 GPA.
Darlington School is pleased to partner with Synovus, Millennium Gate Museum, Hearst Castle, Michael C. Carlos Museum and Oglethorpe University to bring The Games: Ancient Olympia to Atlanta to Rio exhibit to Darlington’s McCallie-Kennedy Library Jan. 10 through March 3.
Boy Scout Troop 113, sponsored by Rome’s First United Methodist Church, presented the coveted Eagle Scout Award to Braden Rice Alford, William Collins Green, Vincent Alan Johnson, George Ronald Lataif, Joseph Castleman McDaniel and Reid Robertson Parker on Tuesday.
The Georgia Power campaign and support for Floyd County March for Babies raised over $17,000 during the 2016 campaign and the annual golf tournament. The strong support and dedication of the employees of Georgia Power during the last 15 years, has contributed more than $300,000 to support the mission and research of the March of Dimes.
Anyone downtown around 12:30 p.m. Sunday was not imagining things when they saw cowboys, a mariachi band, twirling dancers and a boy and girl resembling the peasant farmer Juan Diego and the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Darlington Upper School seniors Anna Claire Atha and Elijah McKoy have been selected to represent Darlington in the Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Department’s John Pinson Jr. Outstanding Student Athlete scholarship competition.