Norman Arey writes about the Braves' upcoming move to Cobb County in Friday's print edition of the Rome News-Tribune.
Norman Arey writes about possible changes to the college football season in his column in Thursday's print edition of the Rome News-Tribune.
Call it the calm before the storm. High school football conditioning practice starts on Friday and practices for basically every fall high school sport start Aug. 1.
Whether you’re an avid runner, a jogger or a walker, the GoGo Running Club is fit for all.
Shorter will team up with Rome Radio Partners, LLC to broadcast the Hawks’ football, basketball, baseball and softball games in 2014-15 with all the contests being carried on 99.5 The Jock FM and WGJK-AM 1360.
Three Rivers Swim Club had two swimmers, Marcus and Samson Mumber, participating at the 14-and-younger Long Course (50 meter) State Meet at Georgia Tech.
Walking into State Mutual Stadium for the first time as a 13-year-old, a wide-eyed Ben Poplin never imagined he’d be back in the same ballpark as an adult, living out his dream as the voice of the Rome Braves.
After enduring brain surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatment, Charlie Henderson set a goal for himself: Raise as much money as possible for children with brain tumors.
Team Hall are the Go Go Tennis 6.0 Champs. Pictured are Capt. Sheila Hall (from left), Madison LaRue, Pat O’Neal, Julia Hall and Dottie Taylor. Not pictured is Austin Silver. League play took place at various locations during the summer.
Team Stokes are the Go Go Tennis 8.0 league champs. Pictured are Mike Burnes (from left), Eddie Stokes, Capt. Tesha Stokes and Darrel Creel. Not Pictured are Anne Brooking, Callandra Jones and Jeff Barnes.
Team Peal are the Go Go Tennis 7.0 champs. Pictured are Kim Waid (from left), Steve Weaver, Regina Hicks, Jerry Jackson and Capt. Pam Peal. Not pictured is Ross Collins. League play took place at various locations during the summer.
A new tennis tournament is coming to Rome — the Clocktower Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament — and there is still time to register.
By John Burns
Five days have passed since the World Cup concluded in Brazil, and you may be left feeling what millions of people experience every four years: post-Cup blues.
Norman Arey writes about arrests surrounding football in Thursday's print edition of the Rome News-Tribune.
His status as one of Major League Baseball’s best catchers keeps growing despite being in “the show” for less than two years, and his remarkable story of how he has overcome life’s hurdles has been well documented.
Final: Braves 5, Drive 2
Final: Drive 9, Braves 4
Roughly three weeks from now we’ll get the prep softball and volleyball seasons going and we’ll see a slew of preseason football games as well.
The Apache trout in Arizona has a lot in common with its distant cousin, the brook trout in Georgia. Both fish are the state coldwater fish in their respective states, and both fish have had extreme loss of their historical ranges. The brook trout has a stable population and is doing well in its headwater streams in the mountains.
Rome High graduate Reggie Whatley has been nominated to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team.