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.
It’s a book lover’s dream: Walking down the street you find a miniature house filled with books that are absolutely free. The only requirement when you choose a book is to leave one in its place.
Ila Sewell-Jones smiled gleefully from her wheelchair Thursday as Roman Court’s Marian Lecroy placed an over-sized birthday hat on her head.
The Armuchee Music Park once again plays host to the foot-stomping, hip-shaking, banjo-plucking tunes performed during the Armuchee Bluegrass Festival.
A new annual reading series, named after a Berry College alumnus and accomplished writer, will begin in September.
After taking questions from some of the club members, Rome International Film Festival Executive Director Ryan Simmons posed a question of his own to the Rome Rotary Club.
Local families will have the chance to see Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn’s mischievous adventures even before opening night this week for a good cause.
Barnsley Resort’s Executive Chef Adam Hayes was the winner of the Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen – Superhero Sabotage” episode that aired on August 17, 2014.
Hundreds of Native American dancers, storytellers and tradesmen from North, South and Central America are heading back to the banks of the Oostanaula River for their 25th annual homecoming and harvest festivities.
Hundreds of men lined up to be probed and pricked Saturday at the 13th annual Health Initiative for Men at the Floyd County Public Health Department. A number of ladies also participated in the health-screening program that has grown in participants virtually every year.
Packing the Rome City Auditorium on Saturday night, the fourth annual Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge set a new record this year — raking in $120,542.15 to benefit the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia.
People will run through the streets of Rome this morning to kick off a Saturday that has a number of special events scheduled.
She grew up in Rome. And though Hope Sonam’s music career has taken her to Nashville, the singer/songwriter still returns regularly to the place that shaped much of her life.
Tribute artist Bill J. Brooks will bring his popular Elvis impersonation to the Arts Center Theatre in Rockmart on Saturday from 7-9 p.m.
Rome, GA - Blacktop Folk Art will present an exhibit, “When Cotton Was King”.
The Holler took first place for Judges’ Choice this year. They will be playing at Wings over Georgia and receive $500. Kamikazi Dali won People’s choice.
Aragon city council has voted to place a non-binding referendum on the Nov. 4, 2014 ballot.
Jeremy Tutt said he felt it was time to step up and allow people to show their support in standing against the recent string of violence that has happened in Rome and Floyd County.
War, depression, a man on the moon. These are the sights one Northwest Georgia resident has seen in a lifetime full of memories as she turns 100 years old.
Long ago in a fictional world by Mark Twain, Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn paddled down the Mississippi in pursuit of great adventure.
Makervillage launches the Unexpected Canvas public art initiative this week with a 30-foot mural at 206 Broad Street.