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Independence Day usually consists of grilling burgers and hot dogs, playing in sprinklers and watching fireworks at the end of the night. However, it’s important to know how to safely celebrate with these activities.
The novel coronavirus isn’t stopping Rome Little Theatre from continuing its popular summer academy program, but it has required the nonprofit theater to pivot to an online format.
Theta Omicron Omega Chapter rose to the challenge to ensure they could continue the business of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated during this time of social distancing. Theta Omicron Omega Chapter embarks on new ways to continue the “service to all mankind.”
The Spires at Berry College opened its doors to new residents recently and what these new residents came home to was a stylish, modern living and community spaces.
The City of Rome is one of eight Georgia municipalities which will receive a federal subgrant from the Georgia State Historic Preservation Office to support historic preservation activities.
The time has come to introduce your little kid to the beauty of bike riding. The key is to make sure the kids are protected properly so they are free to learn and test their capabilities. Here are a few tips that will help.
Despite moving to remote operations this spring, Georgia Highlands College has continued its annual student art exhibit in a virtual format, allowing students to place their work on display and giving others the opportunity to see students’ talent and creative efforts.
Though she hasn’t seen even seen it yet, artist Cheryl Parris’ exhibit at Floyd Medical Center is bringing a little light and color people who need it the most.
Chieftains Museum Director Heather Shores has come up with a unique Summer Camp in a Bag program to give elementary-age children, their parents and grandparents something to do this summer.
Three local students are among the 10 Northwest Georgia graduates to win appointments to U.S. military academies through Rep. Tom Graves, R-Ranger.
If you live around Saddle Mountain Road in East Rome, you may have noticed a group of women and a couple men walking down the road around 7:30 a.m. every day.
Blood Assurance is in critical need of donors due to low donor turnout and an increase of usage in their service area. Only one day’s supply of O-positive remains on the shelf and O-negative, A-positive, A-negative and B-positive red cells are also in need at this time.