The Rome Little Theatre is gearing up for its 60th season. The 2016-2017 season will mark 60 years of continual community theatre in Rome, Georgia. RLT Executive Director Hannah Cook enthuses that she is ready to celebrate the organization’s storied past and look ahead to the next 60 years.
Stormy weather passed through the Greater Rome area on Sunday, resulting in some downed limbs and power outages. Showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast for today and Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service, which predicts sunshine for the area midweek that will be followed by another chance of showers and thunderstorms this weekend.
The Atlanta Braves beat the New York Mets 5-2 in the finale of a four game set on Sunday at Turner Field, allowing the Braves to salvage a 2-2 split in the series.
The Rome Braves took an 11-5 victory over the Charleston Riverdogs in the finale of a four game series at State Mutual Stadium on Sunday. The Braves will be in Kannapolis, North Carolina to take on the Intimidators tonight at 7 pm.
The Adult Unit of the Rome/Floyd County NAACP will host its annual Freedom Fund Banquet tonight at 6 pm at the Rome Civic Center. For the first time ever, the event will feature a white speaker. Dr. Robert C. Brown, Senior Pastor of the Rome First United Methodist Church, has been tapped to serve as the distinguished speaker for the evening.
State Senator Josh McKoon of Columbus was the guest speaker for an event hosted by the Rome TEA Party on Thursday night at Shalom Rome. His topic was SB 129, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Get ready for a hot weekend in Greater Rome! The National Weather Service predicts heat index values as high as 101 for today and Saturday.
The Atlanta Braves opened a 10-game homestand with a comeback victory over the New York Mets 4-3 on Thursday night at Turner Field in Atlanta.