For nearly 20 years, local families have made the early morning tradition of starting their Thanksgiving on Marietta Square clothed in sweaters and sneakers and looking to burn off a few turkey pounds with the MUST Ministries Gobble Jog.
The Chief Vann House will be decked out for a Moravian Christmas in December, and visitors to the 19th century plantation can arrange for guided tours.
Theta Omicron Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. recently hosted a Virtual VP Debate Watch Party and a Get Out and Vote Forum. It was organized by Theta Omicron Omega Chapter’s Connection Committee and Chairman Janice Brownlee.
Harbin Clinic recently honored its longest serving full-time employees with a drive-thru service award ceremony. During the two-day socially-distanced event, employees were acknowledged and celebrated for their contribution of 10 years or more.
Chieftains Museum is hosting a holiday fundraiser selling Christmas cards and ornaments created exclusively for the museum by local artist Judy Frasure.
Since The Rome International Film Festival went virtual this year, locals can watch poignant, quirky, innovative, hilarious and groundbreaking films from the comfort of their own homes.
Georgia’s Rome and Rome Area History Center want locals to join them for a trip back in time as they host A Victorian Christmas Trolley Tour of historic downtown Rome.
On Friday, the River Arts District Playhouse will hold a Comedy Night. Local comedian Greg Hall will host. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. and the comedy will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door or can be purchased online at TheRAD.biz, or by calling 706-331-1006. The RAD Playhouse is lo…
The Rome International Film Festival (RIFF) kicks off its 17th year with an in-person screening of the film “Electric Jesus” featuring Brian Baumgartner, best-known for his portrayal as Kevin from the hit television series “The Office.” Director Chris White and other cast and crew members fr…
ATLANTA — A Georgia nonprofit is about to launch a fundraising campaign for a planned GRAMMY Museum in downtown Atlanta that would help train Georgia college students for careers in the music industry.
Ellie Borromeo and Xaivier Ringer with Rome Mural CoLab work on a colorful mural on the side of GoGo Running on Martha Berry Boulevard on Monday. The artists detail their vision for the mural, titled “Seize the Day,” and ways to help complete the project on their website romemuralcolab.com.
Floyd County Superior Court Clerk Barbara Penson is reminding veterans of all military branches of service that they can record their DD-214 discharge document at the courthouse.
Little River Canyon National Preserve is hosting a series of free Ranger-led hikes and interactive programs each weekend in November.
Ahhh, going to Grandmother’s house!!! What a fun a memorable time. Holiday season is here. Not only are folks off to Grandma’s house, but to aunts’, uncles’ and cousins’ houses as well.
The Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia is running its first ever annual fund campaign named Support Survivors.
The annual St. Mary’s auction event is going online this year which means that Rome residents can bid on a variety of items and gifts from the comfort of their home.
The Rome Area History Center was one of 16 organizations to receive a grant from the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council.
Twelve piano students recently performed in the Rome Music Teachers Association Fall Recital in Brookes Chapel at Shorter University. Those performing were Miranda Lin, Alexandra Williams, Rebecca George, Atticus Bradley, Kaelyn Vasquez, Elizabeth Scott, Christopher Neal, Harper Lee, Joanna …