The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will hit the road for Chapel Hill, North Carolina to take on ACC Rival UNC in men’s basketball on Saturday. The showdown is scheduled to get underway at noon and will be broadcast on 95.7 FM The Ridge, Rome’s radio home for Georgia Tech athletics. Air time for pre-game programming is 11:30 am.
An arctic chill has set in to the Greater Rome area, and winter precipitation re-enters the forecast as we head into the weekend.
A number of local schools were among the 609 named Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Schools by State School Superintendent Richard Woods on Thursday.
A handful of area high school boys’ basketball teams remain in the hunt for a state title, while some saw their season come to an end during opening round action of the Georgia High School Association Boys State Basketball Tournament on Tuesday night. Here are the final scores:
The NBA All-Star break is over, and the Atlanta Hawks will get back to work to night as hosts to the Toronto Raptors tonight at the Philips Arena. Game time is set for 7:30 pm.
The next couple of days will be jam packed with innovation, inspiration and creative ideas during the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce’s Confluence 2015 conference, which is being held today and Friday at the historic DeSoto Theatre in downtown Rome.
The Exchange Club of Rome will honor the winners of their Proudly We Hail Award during the club’s regular meeting this Friday at noon at the Palladium on the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds.
Rome, Ga. – February 18 – A hard freeze is expected across much of North and Central Georgia Wednesday through Thursday night. A reinforcing surge of cold artic air will spread over Georgia resulting in a hard freeze for Wednesday through Thursday and Friday for much of north and Central Georgia. Temperatures on Wednesday night are expected to plunge to 10 degree. Thursday daytime temperatures will not rise above freezing and low temperatures are expected to be colder than the previous night with lows plummeting to 9 degree. These prolonged periods of extreme cold temperatures accompanied by a 15-20 mile an hour wind could be harmful for humans and animals.