On Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-25, Art Rocks Athens will be opening a series of free exhibitions featuring visual arts, posters and graphics, historical artifacts from musicians and collectors, dance, film and live music performances in Athens.
A unified trail system connecting landmarks in Calhoun and Gordon County is one step closer to reality.
Connie Ray placed her jewelry on the table inside the Rome Civic Center.
No one knows for sure how many years Gordon Hospital has been involved in Gordon County’s Relay for Life, but most agree that it has been there since the beginning in 1994.
The sounds of pipes, drums and the British Isles will fill The Forum on Saturday as “Across the Big Pond” returns to downtown Rome for the fourteenth year.
Rome Little Theatre will present its production of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid Jr.” April 11-19 at the DeSoto Theatre.
Rome residents will have the chance to hear and see some of the best step teams in the South as they compete in Stomp Battle 2014.
Whether it’s a walk downtown or a night of dance, there are chances for all to help out a local charity in their quest to assist victims of sexual assault and spread awareness.
In 2005, Cheribeth Swanson went to the doctor with what she thought was a pinched nerve in her neck. After an MRI scan of her brain, the then 26-year-old was faced with a daunting diagnosis: multiple sclerosis.
A state art exhibit has found its way to Paradise Garden in Summerville and good things were sure to follow.
The Chamber Players of the South will present “Keep Calm and Listen to Classics” today at Heritage Hall Center Stage.
Some ticket categories have already sold out for the CounterPoint Music Festival at Kingston Downs.
Berry College’s sixth annual Battle on the Mountain bull riding event takes place March 28.
Author Tony Warren will be signing copies of his book “Lethe: The Life and Times of Dr. John de la Howe” at Dogwood Books on March 29.
The Rome Area History museum welcomes spring with two upcoming events.
An evening of food and music is planned to help a local nonprofit continue to provide services and care to shelter and rescue animals in Floyd County.
ROME — Teams are registering now for the Walk MS: Georgia 2014 on April 5 at Berry College.
When Ethan Matthew Little was born prematurely at 28 weeks weighing only 2 pounds and 10 ounces, his parents — Rome-Floyd Fire Cpl. Philip Little and wife Lee Little — knew Ethan’s life would be different.
He makes, reproduces and restores handcrafted furniture and cabinetry from the finest woods around. She uses her creative side to make colorful beaded jewelry and accessories with semi-precious stones and metals.
When the Fibbers contest organizers say this year’s April 1 event will be the 238th at the Rome Civic Center, can you believe them?
The process of getting community input and determining the economic impact of Rome’s trails plan is moving forward.