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While the annual Chiaha Harvest Fair won’t be taking place this year, there’s still a chance to see and purchase some of the great local arts and crafts usually only available at the event.
Cartersville’s Booth Western Art Museum has cancelled most of the activities that make up its Southeastern Cowboy Festival and symposium which was scheduled for Oct. 22-25.
Locals can get their Halloween costumes now or even score some interesting and quirky items on Friday and Saturday morning when Rome Little Theatre hosts a Costume and Prop Sale.
State Rep. Katie Dempsey, R-Rome, will participate in a virtual recovery town hall meeting sponsored by the Georgia Council on Substance Abuse.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 81 Scoutmaster Jason Costlow (from left) poses with new Eagle Scouts Joshua Satcher, Hunter Maddox and Will Costlow, who passed the final hurdle of the Eagle Scout Board of Review on July 30. Hunter, Will and Joshua were honored in an Eagle Scout Court of Honor on…
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The Junior Service League of Rome’s League 4 Learning project continued the legacy of delivering school supplies this year thanks to your support.
Rome Cinemas will host a special drive-in movie benefit for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Georgia on Friday and Saturday nights.
Slapstick and mistaken identity are the hallmark of one of Shakespeare’s early plays — “The Comedy of Errors” and Rome residents get to enjoy it on the Town Green.
Amidst all the changes Covid-19 brought to Northwest Georgia, perhaps one of the most striking has quietly happened on 9 Bale Street in Rome’s River Arts District.
Local author Tony Daniel will be signing copies of his book, “Succeeding on purpose: Strategizing your success through finding and living your purpose.”
CEDARTOWN — Some encouragement and mentoring helped a young man from Cedartown achieve a dream he didn’t really know that he had and put his thoughts and words into the world.
Pull out your cape, mask, best superhero pose and of course your running or walking shoes, because the POWERADE Power Dash 5K and Walk is set for Saturday, Oct. 17, at Ridge Ferry Park.
Summer is drawing to a close and fall is just around the corner. I love outdoor activities, pool parties, and grilling out. Although I don’t do much of the grilling, I try to be sure my hubby has the proper tools he needs to cook a delicious meal in a safe manner. Let’s share a few rules for…
Wednesday was National Dog Day and Rome residents took to social media to celebrate their furry family members. People across the county posted photos of all types of dogs, in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. There were old dogs and puppies, working dogs and lap dogs, porch sitters and…
The last time Rome and area residents saw two little girls named Natty Cat and Libby, they were teaching other girls that they could achieve anything they set their minds to.
Former Rome resident Harry Musselwhite is cowriter on a screenplay that’s been picked up by a production company in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
A professor at Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas has expressed interest in assisting a special city committee with its research into the life of a controversial figure with local history.
Liana Brackett, an on camera meteorologist for the Weather Channel and the host of Weekend Weather Today on the app Quibi, will speak to Rome Toastmasters on Monday, Aug. 24, via Zoom starting at 6 p.m.
At a recent production of Rome Shakespeare Festival’s “Winnie The Pooh,” the cast of young actors performed for an audience of just six ticketholders.