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Cartersville City Council had a lot on its plate Thursday, and that didn't go unnoticed by Ward 2 Councilman Jayce Stepp."I think this is the longest agenda I have seen since I came on the council," … more
Previously filled with worshippers of various denominations, former church buildings have received a new lease on life in the hands of Bartow County government, as well as the municipalities of … more
After three days of review last October, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has officially reaffirmed Georgia Highlands College’s accreditation for a 10-year … more
As an artist, Trisha Moran has come a long way since learning to paint as a young girl growing up in her native Saigon, Vietnam.After putting aside her passion for art for years to work and raise her … more
Deep in the Bible belt, Cartersville resident Brandon Lee knows atheism is about as appetizing to the masses as an unbuttered biscuit.But much to the chagrin of his grandmother — who couldn't … more
In the 20 years since Fleetwood Security and Electronic Services Inc. opened its doors, the home and business security and surveillance industry has unquestionably gone through a technological … more
When Jessica Mitcham started working at Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter almost eight years ago, the reason why so many people in the local community were displaced seemed obvious. "That … more
Chris Emerson has been a fan of professional wrestling practically his entire life."Ever since I was very little my mom was always a wrestling fan and always took me to wrestling shows," the … more
A group of 11 from Georgia Highlands College wound up a yearlong academic focus on China by taking the trip of a lifetime. Five students, five faculty members and a member of the Rome business … more
McWhorter Capital Partners CEO Josh McWhorter sees quite a bit of potential in the out-of-home advertising — i.e., billboard — business.So much so that he recently teamed up with Bartow … more
Abel Espinoza has a chance to follow his older brother into GateKey Scholar greatness.The Cartersville High sophomore has been named the first recipient of the Howard Hinesley Founder's Scholarship, … more
Striving to help her son "feel like a 3-year-old boy," Cartersville native Jordan Melson Allen is delighted to be on the cusp of providing Cade a loyal, four-legged assistance companion.If needed … more
A 10-person assembly line unloaded about 5,000 pounds of penne pasta, pears, Vienna sausages and other items Thursday at the Red Door Food Pantry. Even more impressive, they managed to … more
A lot of summer preparation by both new superintendents, their leadership teams and the staffs at every school resulted in a smooth opening week for the 2018-19 school year in Bartow County, despite … more
Imagine having less than an hour to escape from a gang of attacking zombies.That's exactly what groups will be facing during Friday's Escape the Room Challenge at the Cartersville Public Library at … more
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