Lifestyles

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On Oct. 18, Rome’s newest social venue, The Vogue, will host Oktoberfest — an evening of fun, festive music and, of course, German food and beer.

100 years ago as presented in the August 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

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The public is invited to Pup-A-Palooza, a free day of dog park play for the community on Sunday, September 23 at Riverside Park, located in the Celanese neighborhood at 1 Redwood Street NE. The City of Rome, Floyd County and Public Animal Welfare Services (P.A.W.S.) are collaborating to offe…

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Canter 4 Cancer brings horse lovers from around the state to saddle up for a cure. This is an event that brings friends together for a trail ride to help raise money to help support cancer services. 

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The Chiaha Guild of Arts and Crafts announces the return of the Arts Education Mini-Grant Program, now in its eighth year. The application is available for K-12 public and private schools and nonprofit organizations in Floyd County. Up to $4000 in grant money will be awarded for projects tha…

Miss Rome 2018 saw four respective winners in Sara Wheeler, Marianella Lopez, Cara Clements and MacKenzie Marable. Miss Rome is open to girls ages 17-24 who live, work or attend school in Georgia and is a local Miss America Preliminary Pageant. This year's event was held Saturday at the Rome…

100 years ago as presented in the August 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

The 2019 Miss Rome and Miss Rome’s Outstanding Teen Competition will be held Saturday night, Aug. 18 at the Rome City Auditorium.

Georgia River Network, creator of Paddle Georgia, an annual week-long summer canoe/kayak camping adventure, will return to the Flint River this October for its fifth edition of Paddle Georgia Fall Float on the Flint.

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The Georgia Masonic Children's Home in Macon and other local charities were the winners Saturday as the Floyd County Masonic Convention and Oostanaula Lodge 113 F&A.M. hosted a barbecue lunch, blood drive and conducted a Georgia Child Identification program from the lodge hall at 207 Tol…

100 years ago as presented in the July 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

100 years ago as presented in the July 1918 editions of the Rome Tribune-Herald

Each year thousands of runners of all ages and fitness levels descend on Atlanta for one of the most popular road races in the south — the Peachtree Road Race on July 4.

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The price tag on the construction of the new Main Elementary School is now estimated to exceed $12 million due to increases in the cost of electrical work, according to Rome City Schools Superintendent Lou Byars.

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Vibrantly colored paintings of birds, bridges, fireflies and even crabs are being exhibited in the gallery at First Baptist Church.