Fall begins at CTC with new options
Monday began the fall semester at Chattahoochee Technical College with new financial aid opportunities. Students pursuing specific fields that have been deemed critical industries by the state are ...
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Purple Power weeks kick off Friday
In the weeks leading up to Bartow’s Relay For Life, supporters will attempt to paint the downtowns of Adairsville and Cartersville purple. From Aug. 22 to Sept. 5, businesses are encouraged to rais...
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Man with ‘magical powers’ arrested
Although his claimed “magical powers” may have warned him about danger, one man did foresee his own arrest Tuesday. A Cartersville police officer responded to 1338 E. Main St. at 2:38 p.m. in refer...
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Woodland evens record, hosts Cass, Cartersville
Woodland coach David Condon says he and his Lady Wildcats are looking forward to the competition when Cass and Cartersville come calling today. He said the three high school volleyball teams will b...
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Barnsley executive chef to compete on ‘Cutthroat Kitchen’
Known for being a “relentless innovator,” Adam Hayes will showcase his culinary talents on the national stage tonight. Competing on Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen,” the Barnsley Resort executive...
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CRIME LOG »

Tate wins Freedom of Information Award as part of JQC
by Jason Lowrey
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Earlier this year Cartersville Attorney Lester Tate won the Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Award from the Georgia First Amendment Foundation in recognition of his work on the Judicial Qu...