If you didn’t get to see the Rome Little Theatre’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown: The Broadway Musical” last weekend, you’ve got three more opportunities to see it this coming weekend at the historic DeSoto Theatre in downtown Rome. The next show times are set for this Friday and Saturday nights at 8 pm each night with a 2:30 pm matinee scheduled for Sunday afternoon.
Today, of course, is Valentine’s Day. It’s a day to celebrate love through gift-giving and perhaps a romantic dinner.
The 2017 tax season is well underway! Whether you want to go ahead and file those taxes early or prefer to wait until the very last minute, you can receive free assistance and free electronic filing from trained AARP Tax-Aide volunteers through mid-April.
A teacher from Coosa Middle School aims to channel his love of competitive running to earn money for the school’s cross country program, according to a release from the Floyd County Schools.
Prices at the gas pump have risen slightly over the past week, according to AAA, The Auto Club Group, which reports that the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded was $2.279 on Sunday, an increase of nearly a penny from last week, down eight cents from a month ago and up by 58 cents over last year.
Shorter Avenue Baptist Church invites the public to their 2017 Health Fair scheduled for this Saturday, February 18th from 9 am until 1 pm at the church, 1410 Shorter Avenue in Rome.
The Rome City Commission will meet in regular session this evening. They will gather for a caucus session at 5 pm, to be followed by their meeting at 6:30 pm at City Hall (the City Auditorium) on Broad Street. Both sessions are open to the public.
One of the community’s great servant leaders will soon be leaving Rome and Floyd County. Wednesday, February 15th will be Gail Garland’s last day as Executive Director of Harbor House: The Northwest Georgia Child Advocacy Center after leading the organization for some two decades. On the following day, Kim Davis will become the new Harbor House director; she will also maintain her current post of director of the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia.