Georgia’s Professional Standards Commission has opted not to investigate a complaint filed by a former Floyd County school system employee against the Superintendent and other school system officials.
The Atlanta Braves fell to the Colorado Rockies 5-3 in the rain-soaked opener of a four game series in Colorado on Thursday night.
The Northwest Georgia Center for Independent Living is holding a non-event to raise funds toward its mission of empowering people with disabilities. The theme is “An Imaginary Picnic”, according to Executive Director Maia Santamaria.
Area filmmaker Bill Lundy is enthused about sharing his latest work with the residents of Rome and Floyd County. A screening of “A Larger Life” is scheduled for Saturday night at 7:30 pm at DeSoto Theatre in downtown Rome. The independent film was written and directed by Lundy, a senior partner at Cedartown’s Parker and Lundy law firm. It was inspired by actual events that resulted in Georgia’s largest nursing home malpractice verdict in 2011.
The Rome Braves beat the Augusta Greenjackets 8-6 on Thursday night at Augusta’s Lake Olmstead Stadium. The Braves and the Greenjackets will play game three of their five game series tonight at 7:05 pm.
Doc Holliday expert and author Victoria Wilcox is slated to pay a visit to Dogwood Books, 240 Broad Street in downtown Rome, today. Wilcox wrote the award-winning historical fiction trilogy Southern Son: The Saga of Doc Holliday. She won Georgia Author of the Year accolades for Inheritance, the first book in the saga.
The Harbin Clinic has announced the creation of three new assistant medical director positions, each focusing on an important aspect of patient care or healthcare operations. A release from the clinic reveals that Dr. Marc M. Dean will serve as Assistant Medical Director of Clinical Informatics and Dr. Kelly Mayfield has been tapped for the position of Assistant Medical Director of Medical Malpractice, Risk Management and Compliance. The search is on for a new Assistant Medical Director of Clinical Integration and Improvement.