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Kicking off during National Runaway Prevention Month, Advocates for Children’s RISE program will provide independent housing and services to homeless 18- to 24-year-olds. “Given Advocates … more
With Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week in full swing, Cartersville resident Jan Burkett is encouraging area residents to deliver hope in the form of gift-filled … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge D. Scott Smith did not mince words when he sentenced codefendants Jennifer Lea Short and Javier Murietta in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning.Indeed, he called … more
Students and staff at Woodland High School are mourning the loss of an educator who had been a Wildcat for only a short time but had made a profound impact on the young people he taught. Eddie … more
A subsidiary of an Irvine, California developer has announced new details on a proposed one-million-square-foot industrial facility off Spring Place Road.“The subject property’s entire western … more
Young people aren't the only ones who enjoy a good game night.  On Sept. 10, the Cartersville Public Library began hosting Dungeons & Dragons for Adults every Tuesday to give the … more
After working as a school counselor for two decades, Dr. Brent Shropshire landed the job he’d always wanted. Shropshire was hired for the newly created position of college readiness and … more
In a time when people tend to constantly be on the lookout for their next big career move, three Bartow County teachers have remained loyal to one school for more than two decades. Science … more
More than three years after the building experienced “significant” fire damage, Red Top Mountain State Park unveiled its newly constructed Visitor Center Nov. 2.“I am absolutely thrilled to see … more
For Henry Cobb, a passion for helping others has come full circle as the 83-year-old received the gift of a smile on Veterans Day. In honor of his service, the U.S. Army veteran obtained … more
Members of the Adairsville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to approve the rezoning of a roughly 60-acre parcel off Princeton Boulevard from general industrial to heavy industrial, as … more
As one of six counties chosen for a trial run with Georgia’s new Dominion Voting Systems hardware this fall, Bartow County Elections Supervisor Joseph Kirk said the local community wasn't without … more
Members of the City of Cartersville Planning Commission voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to recommend the denial of a request from an applicant to rezone about 8.5 acres off Tennessee Street from … more
Many people may not give much thought to how fruits and vegetables end up in the grocery store or farmers market, but students in Stacey Evans' special education class are learning firsthand how that … more
Seeking funds to purchase a new vehicle, The Bookmobile — Reading to Go Places is inviting the community to help write the nonprofit’s next chapter. Kicking off Oct. 31, the drive is striving to … more
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