Tune in this Sunday afternoon for Atlanta Falcons football on 95.7 FM The Ridge. The Falcons currently boast a 9-1 record so far for the 2012 season and will be in search of win number 10 as they travel to Tampa Bay to take on the Buccaneers. Kick off is set for 1 pm. Pre-game programming will begin at 11 am.
The Georgia State Patrol is ready for the Thanksgiving holiday travel period, which begins this evening at 6 pm. The 102-hour period ends at midnight on Sunday, November 25.
Berry College’s men’s basketball team lost to Emory University 82-56 last night in Atlanta. With the loss, the Vikings fall to 1-2 for the season. The Vikes rallied from a pretty sizable deficit to tie the game 31-31 at half time. However, the Eagles started strong in the second half and never looked back, ending up with the final victory, again, of 82-56 over the Vikings.
Who will run this state in 2012? We’ll find out this Saturday as the annual rivalry between Georgia and Georgia Tech is revived at Sanford Stadium on the UGA campus in Athens. Kick off is set for noon. The game will be broadcast on the AM 1410 WLAQ, Rome’s radio home for Georgia Tech football. We’ll join pre-game programming in progress at 11 am, following an abbreviated edition of Sports Talk Saturday with Matt D and Scott (that will begin at 10 am, by the way).
The Concerned Citizens of Rome and Floyd County will present the 24th annual Thanksgiving Love Feast tomorrow at the Rome Civic Center from 11 am until 2 pm or until food runs out.
The Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce is urging area residents to stay at home and shop in Rome this holiday season. The Chamber offers a Business Directory that is available online at www.romega.com by which shoppers can search for local businesses and services.
In your high school football playoff update, there are only a few area teams still in the hunt for a state title.
BERRY COLLEGE, GEORGIA HIGHLANDS COLLEGE ENTER INTO AGREEMENT MAKING IT EASIER FOR GHC STUDENTS TO TRANSFER TO BERRY
Berry College and Georgia Highlands College have entered into an agreement that will make it easier for GHC students to transfer credits and enroll at Berry.