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I love to make appetizers. Appetizers are intended to “introduce” the main event. They make an impression on your guests, as it’s the first food they will eat, so you want to make sure you have a solid repertoire from which to pull. Hot or cold appetizers, or hors d’oeuvres, should enhance o…
Each year schools, teachers, librarians, students and many others across the country celebrate National Reading Month in March. And specifically on March 2, we celebrate the National Education Association’s “Read Across America” program.
Rome Little Theatre is excited to announce a return to indoor performances with a limited run of “Love Letters” in April. Auditions take place March 15 and 16.
The Rome tourism office is selling the last of the available memorial bricks in Veterans Plaza. The plaza is at the base of Myrtle Hill Cemetery where the Tomb of America’s Known Soldier, Charles Graves, is located.
With overcast skies and comfortable temperatures, participants in the annual Heart Walk were especially upbeat about this year’s Heart of the Community gathering.
Is there a cell phone or set of car keys that hasn’t made its way into your toddler’s mouth? We didn’t think so. Don’t despair-there are simple tips that can help keep your children from getting injured as a result of their compulsive need to teethe, suck and drool on everyday objects and toys.
A comforting meal for many people is a big bowl of pinto beans. There are various opinions on the best way to cook pinto beans and on what other ingredients should go into the bean pot. Soaking the beans overnight or simply just rinsing, draining, and dumping them in a crock pot, it’s really…
The Habit for Human ReStore in Rome is sort of a “full circle” establishment. It sells furniture and goods from one person’s home that will then find their way to another person’s home...and the proceeds from those sales will fund the building of new homes.
Replicas, artifacts, photos and more — these are things to see at the new Rivers Exhibit dedicated to steamboat Dixie at the Rome Area History Center on Broad Street.
The Puryear Detachment 1020, Marine Corps League Foundation is accepting applications for two $1,000 college scholarships to be awarded for the upcoming Fall Semester.
Until last November, Gene and Jane Mitchell, married for 51 years, had seldom been apart. Their union has produced four children, 14 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and a legacy of togetherness that was abruptly interrupted by an automobile wreck last year.
Cox Byington Twyman LLP is proud to announce that our Managing Partner, Christopher P. Twyman, has been selected as a Georgia Super Lawyers honoree for 2021.
With the COVID-19 pandemic still impacting the way Georgians work and play and the demand for close-to-home outdoor adventures soaring, Georgia River Network, Georgia’s leading river advocacy organization, opened registration this week for a series of six “COVID-safe” cycling and paddling events.
Starting March 1, Westminster Presbyterian Church at 1941 Shorter Avenue will have a new called pastor, Rev. Dr. Renee Ann Meyer. She is Westminster’s first female minister and takes the place of Rev. Dr. Sam Henderson who was Westminster’s interim minister for two years.
Melvin Tunstall III, who appeared in the Broadway smash hit “Beautiful: the Carole King Musical,” spent four days at Shorter University working with theatre and musical theatre students.
A notion to skip the traditional wedding issues of invitations, seating arrangements and catering decisions led one Rockmart couple to become magazine cover material.
From the moment our babies starts to crawl, the world is a magical place filled with new adventures and discoveries. We want to create an environment where kids have the freedom to explore and discover and have fun. That means taking a few precautions around the house to minimize the risk of…
Harbin Clinic is holding a virtual “Coffee with Cardiologists” in honor of Heart Month at 8 a.m. on Feb. 24. It’s an open question and answer session with six Harbin cardiologists from Rome, Cartersville and Calhoun.
The Georgia Northwestern Technical College Foundation is establishing an alumni advisory board to allow graduates to provide feedback and make an impact on the school.
After almost a year of delays due to the pandemic, Superstars Fan Fest Wrestling Convention returns to Rome on April 24.
“Ministering the heart, mind, soul and spirit” is Chaplain David Thornton’s mission with his latest project — starting a church for public safety employees.
For those interested in politics or history, Presidents' Day ordinarily would be a great time to take a trip to one of the country's presidential libraries. But because of the pandemic, they're currently closed. Here's the next best thing: a guide to the fun, quirky and unique souvenirs sold by presidential library gift shops, much of which you can order online. Offerings range from the ...