Angels surround you when you sit in Gayle Hoyt’s studio.
Today, I want to talk about the soldiers, who actually carried out the brutal crucifixion of our Lord. How much responsibility belongs to them in the death of Christ? Are they guilty?
Behind the open tailgate of a 1972 olive-yellow Chevrolet Cheyenne pickup, Bryce Hicks, of Cedartown, grinned as he picked his banjo Friday evening and watched Jesse Slay, of Buchanan, bang out chords on his guitar in sync.
The Floyd-Rome Retired Educators Association has elected and installed new officers for 2014-2015.
CARTERSVILLE – The Cartersville Downtown Development Authority invites you to the September First Friday event, “Buy Fresh, Buy Local.” Sponsored by Cartersville Medical Center, the event will take place on Friday, September 5th, at Friendship Plaza in historic downtown Cartersville.
Two volunteers with the Rome-Floyd E.C.O. River Education Center were honored for their service during the Rome City Commission meeting Monday.
Gov. Nathan Deal proclaimed Aug. 7 as Purple Heart Day in Georgia to honor military veterans wounded in combat.
ATLANTA – Food lovers will now have an easier way to locate delicious culinary-related destinations in Georgia’s Appalachian region, thanks to a new guide launched today in the state.
Every town has its myths. In Bluffton, Alabama, myth takes the form of a man — a presumed legendary bootlegger named William Anderson “Bell Tree” Smith. An entrepreneur, shrewd businessman and infamous purveyor of fine, illegal spirits, Smith’s legend has been told and re-told throughout the region for more than a hundred years, far outlasting even the town in which he sold his wares. But every man, especially one of myth, has his contradictions.
Heading into its eleventh year, the Rome International Film Festival returns to downtown Rome on Sept. 4 with the opening night film “No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie.” The film is directed by Troy Kotsur and stars Academy Award-winning actress Marlee Matlin. It will screen as the first feature of this year’s four-day event.
Dr. Doug Olson (left), a flight doctor with Phoenix Air in Cartersville, poses with Sen. Chuck Hufstetler, R-Rome, at the Phoenix facility Wednesday. Olson was part of the crew that tended to Dr. Kent Brantly during his 16-hour evacuation from Liberia with the Ebola virus earlier this month. Hufstetler was joined by Sen. Bruce Thompson, R-Cartersville, and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle during the visit to Phoenix Air to learn about complex medical issues that were dealt with during the flight.
ROME, Ga. - The Berry College Moon Gallery has opened its first show of the season with Atlanta-based artist Shana Robbins.
The Rome News-Tribune sponsored trivia takes place each week at Johnny's New York Style Pizza on Broad Street Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
Laura Musselwhite, interim vice president of academic affairs at Georgia Highlands College, has been named the chief academic officer and dean of instruction at the University of New Mexico — Valencia Campus.
The Chiaha Guild of Arts and Crafts announces a new mini-grant to fund performing arts projects in Floyd County.
ROME, Ga. – A Berry College professor’s whodunit mystery with graphic novel-style animation and amazing wildlife shots will be shown at the Rome International Film Festival on Sept. 5.
ROME, GEORGIA — Earlier this month, the Rome International Film Festival (RIFF) announced No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Move and B.F.E. as the opening and closing night films, respectively, of its 11th annual festival. Now, RIFF is pleased to announce the complete lineup of its four-day September event.
The intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Turner McCall has seen it's fair share of people promoting businesses and causes with signs. Today a man wearing a Guy Fawkes Mask who says he's a supporter of the online activist group Anonymous, and who wished to remain anonymous, held up a placard calling for people to "wake up."
ROME, Ga. – The Berry College Farmers Market is seeking vendors for the Sept. 20 sale.
Three native Romans are challenging their hometown to take part in the social media trend known as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on the first Friday in September.
From the top of the steps at First Baptist Church of Lindale, Freddie Giles of Silver Creek thanked his church family and friends Sunday for “the most awesome birthday present ever.”