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An a capella quartet from Pepperell High School has earned the first place, $1,000 scholarship award from the Rome Kiwanis Club. Pepperell senior Darian Ball and Zach Payne, junior Blake Green and sophomore Carter Nelson performed “In the Still of the Night” during the Kiwanis’ music showcas…

There’s a style of yoga that is known as Restorative Yoga. The word restorative means “something that restores health, strength, or well-being” and the yoga style reflects that with its gentle nature and use of more props. There are no intricate poses, there is no fast movements, it’s more r…

It seems that we have had as many spring type days as we have winter days. I know that most folks are ready to get out and clean up the dead leaves and brush around their home. I hope everyone will clean up their yard of debris and give your home a makeover for Spring.

The Georgia’s Rome Office of Tourism has announced the launch of a new trolley in Rome and Floyd County to expand current public tour offerings as well as offer service for private rentals.

A sunny Saturday is in the forecast with a high of 56 degrees, making it ideal weather to take part in one of many events going on around town this St. Patrick’s Day weekend to cure any cabin fever.

The director of the University of Mississippi’s Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies is this year’s featured speaker for the annual Buzz and Barbara McCoy Lecture on Southern Women Writers March 20 at Berry College.

As part of the Big Fibbers Storytelling Festival taking place Friday through Sunday, twelve people will compete for the title of Biggest Fibber on Saturday at the Rome City Auditorium.

Theta Omicron Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., celebrated its 111th Founder’s Day.

Rome’s Honeymoon Bakery owner Kevin Dillmon will be among the prime time television chefs when the Food Network’s Spring Baking Championship returns to the small screen Monday night, March 18, at 9 p.m.

There’s been two instances this week that have evoked the same thought in me and tested my mindfulness. Both times the first reaction was pure instinct — to push back in retaliation. But I’m working on myself. Working on being more wag and less bark.

Rome residents who want to be entertained by tall tales and spectacular stories can get their tickets online for the upcoming Big Fibbers Storytelling Festival which returns to Rome March 15-17.

As presented in the February 1919 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

The Georgia Highlands College Lakeview Art Gallery in Rome is currently showing art from GHC Professor of Art Brian Barr’s drawings for a children’s book series called “Martin the Guitar.” The gallery is free and open to the public and will be available Monday through Friday.

Seven women from the Rome area will be presented at the 30th Annual Rome Symphony Orchestra Debutante Ball on June 1 at the Coosa Country Club. The ball is a major fundraiser for the symphony. Mrs. John Porter Ingram is the chairwoman for this year’s event. The 2019 Rome Symphony Debutantes are:

As presented in the February 1919 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

“Blue in the face” — Does that term ring a bell? Ever used it before? If you know the meaning of blue in the face that’s where I am at when it comes to stopping the most savage and heinous pruning I have every witnessed on one tree in particular and that’s our majestic crape myrtle.