Romans can enjoy French, Spanish, German, Japanese and Mediterranean cuisine all in the same place.
When Jeb Arp and Luke Chaffin decided they wanted a pug almost four years ago, they consulted a breeder and came home with little Henry Hudson. But as their love for him grew, so did their interest in all things pug.
The City of Rome celebrates it’s one year anniversary as a designated Bee City USA and invites the community to participate in activities during National Pollinator Week, June 18-24, 2018.
Eleven young women from the greater Rome area began their debutante year Saturday evening when they were presented at the 29th Rome Symphony Debutante Ball. The ball was held at the Coosa Country Club and benefits the Rome Symphony Orchestra.
The annual Cast Off Against Cancer celebration, the culmination of fundraising efforts to benefit Cancer Navigators, will take place Sunday, June 3, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Barron Stadium.
The Armuchee Memorial Day Bluegrass Festival returns to Armuchee Music Park this weekend as musicians will pick, pluck and fiddle today through Sunday.
Rome Shakespeare Festival has several events and performances coming that will introduce Rome audiences to a variety of theatrical experiences.
There could be a world record set on Rome’s rivers in June and area residents can all be a part of it.
The Northwest Georgia Winds and the Three Rivers Singers will again join forces to present a patriotic concert that looks ahead to Memorial Day.
Local musician Scott Thompson has organized two downtown musical events he hopes will encourage Rome and area residents to attend and enjoy original live music.
For many rodeo spectators there are two cowboys in the arena that go unnoticed, but to Rough Stock contestants they are lifeguards on horseback. This team of cowboys, known as pickup men, are crucial to keeping athletes (two and four legged kinds) safe. It’s the job of the pickup men to help…
The Historic Preservation Commission has partnered with the Downtown Development Authority and Harbin Clinic are presenting Hike Through History at Myrtle Hill Cemetery on Friday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
“This is not what I had in mind when I started doing this,” says Cristin Warden, Chief Executive Officer of Brighter Birthdays. “I just wanted to make kids smile on their birthday and I wanted a way for my own children to serve others.”
On June 2, the Coosa River Basin Initiative looks to put the Etowah River in the Guinness World Records book by creating the “longest line of water inflatables” during Rome’s Big Float.
Area residents can participate in a competitive run or a healthy walk at Georgia Highlands College and know they’re helping area children and families.
When Joan and Terry Ledbetter moved from Rome to the Virgin Islands about a year ago, it must have seemed like a dream situation. They were moving from the seven hills to an island paradise.
Rome Toastmasters invites residents to its open house on Monday to meet members and hear special guest speaker Scotty Hancock, the director of outreach and EMS relations of Redmond Regional Medical Center, talk about the importance of communication skills for today’s community.
New this year to the Chieftains Herb and Plant Sale is an option for buyers to donate herbs or vegetables to fill the gardens at Restoration Rome and the William S. Davies Homeless Shelter.
All the world is a stage for what organizers are calling a mystical program, “The Enchanted Bard,” as the Rome Symphony Orchestra, The Rome Shakespeare Festival Players, and the Berry Women’s Ensemble collaborate for a musical performance based on William Shakespeare’s work.
The Cedartown City Commission is holding their monthly meeting tonight, and expect to have a special guest along to discuss a potential opportunity for the area.