A Better You! Recalls Belecoo Strollers Due to Violation of Federal Stroller and Carriage Safety Standard; Fall, Entrapment and Strangulation Hazards (Recall Alert).
A program to provide local river paddlers and floaters with free life vests to use during their trips is proving to be a victim of its own success.
Here are a few arts-related events coming in the next few months. Due to health and safety restrictions, it’s recommended that readers check with event organizers in case information has changed.
The Rome Area History Center reopened this week after closing for several months for renovations and upgrades.
Annual wellness exams are essential for children’s healthy development both inside and out and pediatricians recommend annual screenings to help prevent future potential health problems and ensure that their growth and development is on track.
July 4th is a time to celebrate. Many communities will entertain their citizens with a firework display for the celebration. It is always a better choice to attend these events instead of using fireworks yourself.
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.