Rome City Commission retreat set for today at Hawthorn Suites: The agenda includes:
Thursday, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Transit Development Plan Implementation
General Electric Property
Cleanup of the Entrance Corridors and Neighborhoods
Public Art Committee Update
Business Friendly Community Update
Lunch: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
The second location for Cartersville Urgent Care is open. Located at 11 Charley Harper Drive in West Cartersville (behind Wendy’s and Taco Bell), the center offers an affordable option with a convenient location close to home to meet the community’s urgent healthcare needs, as well as occupational health services. The first Cartersville Urgent Care on Main Street opened in February 2019.
Cartersville Urgent Care & Occupational Health offers walk-in care for most minor injuries and illnesses along with preventative care and testing. Whether a patient has a fracture or the flu, the modern facility and experienced providers are able to quickly diagnose and recommend a course of treatment. The facility has on-site x-ray, in-house labs and licensed providers on site. Also, both Cartersville Urgent Care locations offer rapid COVID-19 testing by appointment, and the testing is covered by most insurance.
Booth Western Art Museum cancels most of the activities that make up the Southeastern Cowboy Festival and Symposium which had been scheduled for Oct. 22-25. We will still be opening two major exhibitions that week, Southwest Rising: Contemporary Art & the Legacy of Elaine Horwitch and Indians & Cowboys: Redefined by Duke & Woodard and hosting the 18th Annual Art History Symposium. There will be limited number of seats for attendees in Bergman Theatre and all speakers will be attending via the platform Zoom and streamed to Booth’s Facebookpage.