Looking for family-friendly fun this weekend? You will definitely find it in downtown Rome!
Get your busy weekend started with a full belly! The Rome Noon Optimist Club will be “Flipping for Youth” this Saturday at their 58th annual Pancake Breakfast from 6 am until noon at the Rome Civic Center. An all-you-can-eat breakfast of pancakes and sausage will be served, along with coffee, orange juice, milk, chocolate milk or a soft drink.
After a mostly wet week, Romans can look forward to sunshine and a bit of a warm up as we head into the weekend.
Georgia’s Labor Commissioner Mark Butler reports that the state set records in October for total jobs and employed residents; it was another great month in a long string of often record-setting months.
Tourism is alive and well in Rome and Floyd County. This is the message of Lisa Smith, Executive Director of the Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau, who attests that the recent flurry of activities locally has drawn many visitors to this tourist-driven community, providing local businesses with an economic shot in the arm.