It was another routine third Saturday of October for Billy Puryear. For the past 35 years the Floyd County farmer has pulled on his jeans and boots, saddled his horse and led the John Wisdom Wagon Train and Trail Ride through Floyd County.
Country artist Cale Dodds will play The Brewhouse on Oct. 25.
ROME, GA. — The John Wisdom Wagon Train & Trail Ride will return to Rome this weekend for its 35th year, celebrating the life and legacy of the Civil War hero.
Local musical groups and even a few celebrities will come together Sunday for a performance at Garden Lakes Baptist Church.
Nothing ushers in fall in Floyd County quite like the Trout Unlimited Chili Cookoff.
Darlington School’s Fall for the Arts Festival returns for its sixth year on Friday, Oct. 10, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the Morris Chapel Lawn.
CAVE SPRING — The Vann Cherokee Cabin downtown was officially named a National Trail of Tears site on Saturday, making it the third site in Floyd County to have that distinction.
As bright lights dimmed over the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds on Saturday night, organizers said attendance at the 66th installment was down a bit when compared to last year’s record-breaking results.
A Darlington senior decided that the best way to pay tribute to her grandmother’s memory was to spread a little warmth.
Country artist Granger Smith will bring his music and his famous alter ego Earl Dibbles Jr. to the Brewhouse Music and Grill on Oct. 15.
WWE Hall of Fame member Mick Foley will be in Rome during the Superstars of Wrestling Fan Fest Weekend Nov. 13-15 at The Forum.
The fairgrounds were bustling Monday morning as workers assembled rides and vendors readied their booths for the crowds expected this evening.
For Georgia Highlands College art instructor Kathleen Flowers, a career change after 17 years turned out to be just the open door for which she was looking.
Darlington School will welcome The Alvaro Bermudez Trio to campus Saturday, Oct. 4, to perform a "Jazz on the Green" concert at 7:30 p.m. at Thatcher Hall's Johnson-Drummond Amphitheater. This event is free and open to the public.
ROME, GA - Maggie Bridges, Miss Georgia 2014, will be at the Coosa Valley Fair on Saturday, October 4, 2014. Her day will begin by assisting with the Challenger Pageants at 10 a.m. Twelve young ladies will be presented for the titles of Little Miss and Miss Challenger Coosa Valley Fair.
The Coosa Valley Fair begins Tuesday and ends Saturday, and it appears that weather is going to smile on the annual event, at least for the first three days.
Participants in Saturday’s Canter4Cure trail ride got the chance to enjoy a three-hour horseback ride at Berry College while raising money to help kids with cancer.
CAVE SPRING – The secret to selling barbecue — cook it the way you like it.
The sights and sounds of the midway will mix with the best of down-home flavor next week during the 66th annual Coosa Valley Fair.
The Rome Braves Redneck Rummage Sale will take place today at State Mutual Stadium from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission will be $5 per carload.