Berry College Student Enterprises will host their final farmer’s market of the season this Saturday, September 20th from 7 am until 1 pm next to the Steven J. Cage Center.
The Atlanta Braves’ new ballpark being constructed in Cobb County now has a name – SunTrust Park. Ground was broken on the facility during a special ceremony held yesterday that was attended by Major League Baseball Commissioner-elect Rob Manfred and Braves legend Hank Aaron. The 41,500-seat stadium will be surrounded by a mixed-use development. It is slated to open in 2017.
An arrest has been made in connection with the wreck that killed a Rome woman last week. Katherine L. Clotfelter, age 19, has been charged with second-degree vehicular homicide and failure to obey a traffic control device, both misdemeanors. She was booked into the Floyd County Jail yesterday and released on bond.
The Georgia Department of Education released its list of Reward Schools for 2014 yesterday. The list is part of the state’s waiver from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), according to a release from the department.
The Washington Nationals clinched the National League East with a 3-0 win over the Atlanta Braves last night at Turner Field.
When it comes to the Berry College football team’s heartbreaking overtime loss (of 28-27) at LaGrange this past Saturday night, Head Coach Tony Kunczewski ‘isn’t looking in the rearview mirror’. This is Kunczewski’s approach towards all of the Vikings’ failures and successes as the team remains in the hunt for its first ever Varsity win, as he expressed before members of the Seven Hills Rotary Club during their regular meeting on Tuesday at the Coosa County Club.
Autumn is rapidly approaching. And it’s a good time to explore the beauty of your own backyard. This is the message of Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites, which will play host to Your State Parks Day on Saturday, September 27th. On that day, admission and parking will be free at all state parks and historic sites, according to Public Affairs Coordinator Kim Hatcher. Your State Parks Day is intended to celebrate National Public Lands Day.