Film Director J. Michael Moncrief, remembered for his pitch perfect performance as Hardy Greaves in Robert Redford’s “The Legend of Bagger Vance” is returning to Georgia to create his first feature film.
Shorter graduate and internationally acclaimed soprano Indra Thomas will perform 7:30 p.m. Monday at Shorter University’s Brookes Chapel.
You need a good strategy to avoid the zombie hordes.
ADAIRSVILLE — A community has rallied to ready a home for Army Spc. Eugene Perry Young, who was paralyzed last year by a suicide bomber a little more than four months into a nine-month deployment in Afghanistan.
Hand-stitched pillows decorated with felt foxes, sheep and crows sit alongside the little folksy creatures and Christmas and Halloween decor made of recycled materials on the burlap topped tables inside the Miss Penny Whistle Creations.
Portions of Broad Street already were closed at 3:15 p.m. as the city prepared for the Zombie-thon 5K and Apocalyptic Block Party.
Thirteen days before her wedding day, Alyshia Burris wasn’t sure what was going to happen.
This year, when Rome residents drink their hot cider at the Chiaha Harvest Fair and browse the many tents displaying work by local artists and crafters, they’ll be a part of Chiaha history.
Superstars of Wrestling Fan Fest returns to Rome Nov. 13, 14 and 15 and a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia.
ROME, Ga --- United States Army Band trumpet player, Sgt. 1st Class Graham E. Breedlove will perform Thursday, (Oct. 23) as part of the Berry College Concert Series.
From zombies and ghosts, to the arts and crafts, Saturday is chock-full of events that promise fun for the whole family.
The emcee of the Taste of Home Cooking School will be a familiar face — and voice.
Attendance at the 2014 Wings Over North Georgia air show may have broken records this year, an airport official said Sunday.
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.
As Romans went about their business on a beautiful Saturday, they saw groups of people walking around town as if they were looking for something. They were. Hundreds of people from all over the U.S. are participating in Rome’s first geocaching mega-event.
“Where are they, daddy? Where are the Thunderbirds?” questioned Ethan Park, 4, as he searched the sky Saturday and anxiously swiveled back and forth on the shoulders of his father, Bryan Park of Marietta.
Watching vintage airplanes fill the skies of Floyd County for the Wings Over North Georgia air show is exciting enough, but the best seat in the house is riding copilot in a 1940s SNJ-2 with the GEICO Skytypers.
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.