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CHILLY START TO THURSDAY MORNING

Written by Matt Davis on April 12, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

Rome residents, like many across the north and central regions of the state, are waking up to a chilly morning.  The frost advisory issued by the National Weather Service remains in effect until 10 am.  Areas of frost are forecasted until 9 am, according to the NWS.  Otherwise, today will be sunny with a high in the mid to upper 60s. Highs will be back in the 70s and climbing into the 80s as we head into the weekend.

STEEPLECHASE SET FOR THIS SATURDAY

Written by Matt Davis on April 12, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

The 47th annual Atlanta Steeplechase returns to the Kingston Downs this Saturday, April 14th.  The Kingston Downs is located off US 411 East of Rome, where folks will be piling in for a day of horse racing.  Gates open at 9 am.  For more information, visit www.atlantasteeplechase.org.

ATLANTA BRAVES NOTCH WIN NUMBER TWO OF 2012 SEASON OVER HOUSTON ASTROS IN SERIES, ROAD TRIP CLOSER

Written by Matt Davis on April 12, 2012. Posted in Sports

The Atlanta Braves posted their second win in a row over the Houston Astros 6-3 last night in Houston, Texas in the final game of their season opening road trip.

ATLANTA HAWKS FALL TO BOSTON CELTICS IN OT

Written by Matt Davis on April 12, 2012. Posted in Sports

In NBA news, the Atlanta Hawks fell to the Boston Celtics 88-86 in overtime last night in Boston.  The Hawks will return to action on Friday night in Orlando, Florida against the Magic.  Tip off is set for 7 pm.

BASEBALL HISTORY RUNS DEEP IN ROME

Written by Matt Davis on April 12, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

The return of baseball season, no doubt, has people reflecting on memories of baseball past.  Rome, Georgia has a rich history where baseball is concerned, a history which includes the old textile league leading all the way up to the establishment of the Rome Braves in 2003.  Local historian Ken Studard, owner of Dogwood Books and Antiques in downtown Rome, says that the textile league produced four major league players, including Rudy York, Joe Tipton, Leon Culberson and “The Yankee Killer” Willard Nixon.

GREAT SPAGHETTI CHALLENGE TO HIT THE FORUM FRIDAY NIGHT

Written by Matt Davis on April 12, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

The annual Great Spaghetti Challenge to benefit the Rome-Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth is coming up tomorrow (Friday) night from 5 pm until 7:30 pm at the Forum in downtown Rome.  The event is being sponsored by the Rome Floyd County firefighters.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under.  Awards will be presented to competition winners for people’s choice, judges choice and best presentation.  There will also be activities for the kids and drive thru service.  For more information, call the Rome Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth at (706) 232-0703.

ROME BRAVES FALL TO SAVANNAH SAND GNATS IN SERIES CLOSER IN SAVANNAH

Written by Matt Davis on April 12, 2012. Posted in Sports

The Rome Braves lost to the Savannah Sand Gnats 10-5 last night in the series closer between the teams in Savannah.

BERRY SOFTBALL SWEEPS COVENANT

Written by Matt Davis on April 12, 2012. Posted in Sports

Berry College’s softball team swept a double header with Covenant yesterday in Lookout Mountain, Georgia.  The Lady Vikings won the opener 9-1 and the night cap 9-6.  They’ll get back into action this Saturday as host to Birmingham-Southern in a double header.

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