Each year Ricky Lockhart adds new activities to his summer Karate Camp. He’s been hosting the camps since the early 90s and in that time has tried to ensure that local kids learn a lot more than just martial arts.
ATLANTA – Georgia’s Department of Human Services Division of Aging Services has notified approximately 3,000 clients in the Community Care Services Program of an unauthorized disclosure of their protected health information.
Summer break is generally a time to rest and recoup after wrapping up another busy academic year, but Shorter University Campus Minister David Roland sees this season a little differently: For him, it’s another great opportunity to help guide college students as they answer the call to spread the Gospel to the far corners of the Earth.
This weekend, Arabian nights return to the DeSoto Theatre stage as a poor boy, a genie and a rebellious princess introduce Rome audience members to a whole new world during Rome Little Theatre’s production of “Aladdin, Jr.”
The Lavender Mountain Quilt Guild of Rome was invited to visit the quilt they made for the Southeast Quilt and Textile Museum in Carrollton. Their Roosevelt Log Cabin quilt was shown at the Georgia State Capitol in 2011 and came to the museum when it opened in 2012.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth LeRoy of Rome announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Elizabeth LeRoy of Rome, to Justin Scott Rea of Jackson, Tennessee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rea of Jackson, Tennessee.
Four members of the Darlington Community from The Darlingtonian staff joined over 235 journalism students at the 5th Annual Media Now STL High School Digital Media Summer Camp at Maryville University in St. Louis. Attendees took part in various workshops that helped build and refine skills and technique to bring back to Darlington’s growing media arts presence.
The Cartersville Farmer’s Market is well underway for the 2015 season and our big event this month is the Third Annual Tomato Festival, which will take place on Saturday, July 25, from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Founder’s Oak Parking Lot across from City Hall.
Linde Marie’s Steakhouse on the Square in Cave Spring and Harvest Moon Cafe in downtown Rome have been awarded the “100 Plates That Locals Love” distinction by the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division.
The much anticipated and historical first images of Pluto will be made available by NASA today at 3 p.m.. Join us at Tellus Science Museum as we share the information in our theater to the public and experience their once-in-a-lifetime reactions.
This weekend, Arabian nights will cloak the DeSoto Theatre stage as a poor boy, a genie and a rebellious princess introduce Rome audience members to a whole new world during Rome Little Theatre production of Aladdin, Jr.
Thad Watters has been honored as the Boys & Girls Clubs' National Board Volunteer of the Year for his long-standing service to the Northwest Georgia region’s board of directors. The award was presented in May at the 109th Annual Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Conference in Chicago.
The concept of pool is simple: knock a ball into a hole with another ball. But for two teams from Rome, that simple motion will bring them all the way to Las Vegas in late August for the American Poolplayers Association National Team Championships, where they have a shot at winning as much as $25,000.
John and Eva Bailey of Rock Run, Alabama, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelsy Hope Bailey, to Dallas Glenn Plummer, son of Jeanie Plummer of Cedar Bluff, Alabama and the late Glenn (Bo) Plummer, formerly of Rome.
Vickie Brumbelow of Rome announces the engagement of her daughter, Nikki Brumbelow, to Abraham Hirsh, son of Michael and Jo Lynn Hirsh of Woodstock. An October 2015 wedding is planned in Silver Creek. The couple will reside in Marietta.
Elizabeth Formby Buice and Clark Coleman McGehee were married at 11 a.m. on May 23, at Darlington School. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buice of Rome. The groom is the son of Mrs. Robert McGehee of Rome and the late Robert McGehee.
For five weeks, Mike Burton has been going out to his woodshop for about three hours each day. There’s no air conditioning or fans in there. But he’s used to it. And he’s working on something pretty special.