Every day, a different young artist's artwork is featured on the front page of the Rome News-Tribune. Here is a gallery of young artist images from February's front pages.
The Unity Christian School drama department held their first production of “A Night on Broadway” on Thursday and Friday nights at Northside Church in Armuchee.
It’s not often that one gets over 450 teenagers to sit quietly. But when you have a past like Holocaust survivor Hershel Greenblat, who spoke Tuesday afternoon in the Rome Middle School gym, it’s impossible to be anything but speechless.
This week marks a celebration of the colorful, wacky world of Dr. Seuss as area schools participate in Read Across America with multiple activities.
After twelve dreaded dings of the elimination bell, only two District One Spelling Bee contenders remained front and center in the Lakeland Auditorium at Georgia Highlands College on Saturday morning.
There were not a lot of dry eyes in the Palladium, home of the Rome Exchange Club, when Coosa High senior Fernando Guzman told civic club members on Friday, “I was supposed to be dead six months ago.”
West End fifth-graders got a little taste of how it feels to train like an NFL football player as they spent an hour going through the Atlanta Falcons Junior Training Camp.
Joyful noise could be heard through the South Rome Early Learning Center hallway at Anna K. Davie as the center’s students participated in their weekly Kindermusik class Thursday.
It’s a “bucket list” play for Darlington School’s theater director Shelley Daniel, who says “Once on This Island” has something for everyone.
After 20 rounds and more than an hour of competition, Kathy Truong, West Central Elementary sixth-grader, won the 2017 Rome City Schools Spelling Bee.
The crowd on Darlington School’s Chapel Lawn was loud and proud as they cheered their teammates on to victory in a rather challenging eating contest.
When Santa shows up at Pepperell Primary, he definitely feels loved, even if “the kids bombard him,” said Assistant Principal Courtney Hampton.
Several students at Model Elementary School got personalized stylist service Monday as they went to Seven Hills Salon & Spa to get haircuts.
Salvation Army Capt. Jason Smith is in the business of helping people, and on Friday morning he was taken aback by the people of Rome and Floyd County, particularly students, who reached out to lend a hand.
They just returned from an appearance in Athens where they were keynote speakers and they were busy taking the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce Business Expo by storm last week.
Rome’s seven hills will be alive with the sound of marching band music Saturday during the 43rd annual Peach State Marching Festival.
The Rome and Floyd County Cardboard Challenge is a “competition of the imagination,” according to organizer Chris Carey.
Every day, a different young artist's artwork is featured on the front page of the Rome News-Tribune. Here is a gallery of young artist images from September's front pages.
It takes about three weeks and 40 black plastic tablecloths to turn Michelle Clay’s third-grade classroom into a cave and her students into expert spelunkers.
Gumdrops, pie tins, toothpicks, Popsicle sticks and eggs all made important contributions to education during Cave Spring Elementary’s STEM Challenge Day.
Students from Providence Preparatory Academy got a behind-the-scenes look at the voting process when they toured the Floyd County Board of Elections.
Everyone at Pepperell High School will now have an easier time getting their caffeine fix, thanks to a little bit of student entrepreneurship.
Some children spend their summers at sports camps, exercising their bodies, but the children who attend the Viking Explorations program exercise their minds.
Now in its 12th year, Lovejoy Baptist’s Summer Explosion Camp is going strong and is still welcoming new campers, according to camp organizers.