Dr. Tabatha Tierce has been named the Floyd County Schools’ 2016 Teacher of the Year. Tierce, a second grade math and science teacher at Cave Spring Elementary School, was named Teacher of the Year at the October meeting of the Floyd County Board of Education on Tuesday night.
A trio of local volunteers has deployed to South Carolina as disaster volunteers for the American Red Cross.
Fall’s Finest Festival, the 67th annual Coosa Valley Fair, opens today at the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds in Rome. It continues through Saturday.
A trio of local businesses is joining forces to assist flood victims in South Carolina. Donations will be accepted this Thursday from 7 am until noon at Cartridge World/Rome Cleaners at 712 Broad Street and Servicemaster on Highway 411. Water and cleaning supplies are among the items sought. For more information, call Missy Alford on her cell at (706) 331-1630 or in office at (706) 234-9465.
The 20th annual Trout Unlimited Chili Cook Off is scheduled for this Saturday, October 10th at Ridge Ferry Park in Rome.
The Georgia Department of Labor continues its mission to help McDonald’s fill several managerial positions for restaurants in Rome, Cartersville, Acworth and Kennesaw.