State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler is slated to be in Calhoun on Wednesday, July 13th for a business summit entitled Employers in the Know. The summit is one of 12 being held across the state. Such events are intended to help employers learn how to better understand and conquer compliance challenges in the workplace, according to a Georgia Department of Labor press release.
The Rome Braves were edged by the Lexington Legends 5-4 on Thursday night in the opener of a four game set in Lexington, Kentucky. Game two of that series is scheduled for tonight at 7:05 pm.
Independence Day typically ranks among the year’s deadliest holidays due to crashes related to drunk driving. According to AAA, The Auto Club Group, the most recent data available from the 2014 holiday weekend revealed that 164 people were killed in crashes involving at least one driving with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher. That represents almost half (41 percent) of all crash fatalities for the entire holiday weekend.
The Atlanta Braves were blanked by the Cleveland Indians 3-0 on Wednesday night in the finale of a three-game interleague series at Turner Field, allowing the Indians to sweep the series. Cleveland has now won 12 straight games.
The Atlanta Braves beat the Miami Marlins 8-5 in the opener of a four game series on Thursday night at Turner Field.
Get ready to dance in the streets of downtown Rome again with not one, but two free concerts this weekend.
Harbin Clinic radiation oncologist Dr. Matt Mumber recently served on a national panel tasked with helping patients diagnosed with potentially curable pancreatic cancer.
The Rome Braves took a 4-0 shut out victory over the Kannapolis Intimidators in the finale of a three game set at Kannapolis, North Carolina on Wednesday afternoon. The Braves will be in Lexington, Kentucky tonight to take on the Legends at 7:05 pm.