It’s time for another of Rome Little Theatre’s Virtual Table Reads and this time it’s an iconic murder mystery.
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 ...
In 2020, our teenage son worked two jobs during the spring and summer months. He continued to work a part-time job after school and on weekends in the fall and early winter; needless to say, we were very proud of him for working and saving some money. At Christmas, he decided to use some of …
The Smithsonian Institution will feature a Berry College geology professor discussing her research on Iceland for the Smithsonian Associates Streaming series.
Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum is hosting a new free exhibition, “Palaces for the People: Guastavino and America’s Great Public Spaces,” beginning Monday.
This winter weather calls for warm bowls of soup. Add some toasted garlic bread, cornbread muffins, soup crackers, or fresh croutons to your soup, and you have a comforting, classic meal. Bisque has a creamy, smooth texture that can’t be beat, and gumbo is loaded with so much goodness due to…
The smell of cookies baking in the oven or tasty sauces simmering on the stovetop is hard to resist for adults and kids alike. Here are a few simple steps to keep your little chef safe from potential burns, whether in the kitchen, around a fireplace or in any other part of your home.
Although it already provides a variety of resources to those affected by cancer, Summit Quest is doing even more, thanks to help from generous local families.
Every year, Keep America Beautiful honors affiliates who continually work to accomplish the most innovative, creative, and inspirational work in their communities.
The annual collaboration between Rome Area Council for the Arts and Redmond Regional Medical Center kicked off this week with a public art display overlooking the Town Green.
For those with questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, members of the local medical community will be participating in a Zoom town hall Tuesday evening in partnership with One Community United.