The popular Broadway musical “The Fantasticks” hits the Berry College stage Sept. 25 to Oct. 5 .
Wheelbarrow loads of gravel were being carried Saturday through the tall trees of the Marshall Forest Preserve, just yards from Horseleg Creek Road.
Known for his talent with the written word, award-winning journalist Lee Walburn comfortably fit into the role of public speaker Thursday afternoon.
The gathering place for the raising of the Star Spangled Banner flag on Jackson Hill will be Sept. 14 at the Rome Senior Citizens Center at 406 Riverside Parkway.
The Historic DeSoto Theatre Foundation will present two September events as part of their Rome Area Council for the Arts Children’s Series and the Venue Dog Concert Series.
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Jamie Higgins of Armuchee is a self-proclaimed diehard Star Trek fan.
CAVE SPRING — John Maucere wasted no time once he hit the stage at the Georgia School for the Deaf.
Erin Massey never saw herself as a “girly girl.”
A joint benefit concert is planned for Sunday at The Northside Church in Armuchee to help two local high school seniors battling leukemia.
Tim Kelley of Rome wriggled his hips to the jam-style music of The 4 Korners on Friday, much to the amusement of his friends, Angela and Billy Mathis, and his wife, Crista Kelley.
The Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act of 1937, commonly referred to as the Pittman–Robertson Act, was hailed Thursday by outdoor television show host O’Neill Williams as the most successful wildlife management act on Earth.
Rome native Alexis Boling and his wife, Bodine Boling, will screen their award winning film “Movement and Location” at the DeSoto Theatre today at 5 p.m. as part of the Rome International Film Festival.
It’s already time to shamble over to this year’s Zombie-thon 5K registration and sign up.
The First Lady who called Rome her hometown will be celebrated during Rome Area Council for the Arts’ Ellen Axson Wilson Homecoming Gala.
The career of Cartersville native Chloe Grace Moretz continues to bring her to the silver screen, and her recent movie comes from the pages of a best-selling novel.
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds are the opening act for the 2014 Wings Over North Georgia live concert series on October 18-19. Four of North Georgia’s top bands will take the stage immediately after the Thunderbirds’ only fall performance in the South East outside of Florida.
Poet Renee Emerson will be signing copies of her new book on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Dogwood Books.
Heading into its eleventh year, the Rome International Film Festival returns to downtown Rome today 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.