By Brian Carroll
Summer is a great time to go to the mountains, the rivers and the ocean to get away from the stress of work and everyday chores that occur this time of year.
Final: RiverDogs 5, Braves 4
Shorter University Director of Athletics Bill Peterson and head basketball coaches Chad Warner and Vic Mitchell have upped the ante for Hawk Nation, most notably, the Shorter student body.
For one winner, Saturday marked a triumphant return while another local running standout got to run the Gary Tillman Clocktower Road Race for the first time Saturday morning.
Being an Atlanta Braves fan can be very harmful for your health.
Final: RiverDogs 7, Braves 2
There are times when it takes some time for a team to get into the swing of things during the preseason.
Final: Braves 7, RiverDogs 4
Norman Arey writes about the college football playoffs in his column in Friday's print edition of the Rome News-Tribune.
Final: Braves 3, RiverDogs 2
Final: Drive 4, Braves 3
Norman Arey writes about the recent changes to the NCAA in his column in Thursday's print edition of the Rome News-Tribune.
Last weekend, a group of Romans captured the United States Tennis Association Georgia State Title in the Mixed 40 and over 9.0 in Augusta.
Growing up in Rome, Stephen Gaylor played baseball every chance he got. When he wasn’t playing, he pulled for his favorite team, the Atlanta Braves.
Final: Braves 6,
On Tuesday, Shorter volleyball will report to campus to begin preparations for its first season as a full member of NCAA Division II and the Gulf South Conference.
The Silver Hills Rodeo took place in Armuchee on Friday night. The event continues today. The Silver Hill Rodeo is part of the of 4L & Diamond S Rodeo Series.
Rome’s tennis spectrum will be stretched out a little more this weekend with the inclusion of some of the top wheelchair tennis players in the country competing on the local stage.
Norman Arey writes about the upcoming season for the Yellow Jackets in Friday's print edition of the Rome News-Tribune.