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Eagerly awaiting Cartersville’s appearance on the big screen, Lillie Read is looking forward to the release of Marvel Studios’ “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” Serving as one of the backdrops for the film, Cartersville was transformed a … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor opened his public meeting Wednesday with a plaque presentation recognizing Bartow County Emergency Management director Paul Cuprowski. Taylor approved an amendment to the Allatoona Community Glade Road … more
More than 400 paddlers including canoeists and kayakers will descend on Euharlee’s Frankie Harris Park June 21-22, as Paddle Georgia returns to the Etowah River after a 10-year absence. Paddlers will cover 116 of the river’s 164 miles — 17 in … more
When it comes to raising livestock, the Matthews kids know what they’re doing. Between them, Bartow County 4-H’ers Wilson and Laney Matthews of Cartersville entered five heifers in the Georgia Junior National Livestock Show recently at the … more
To help support “families who have a heart for adoption,” Small Bridges Inc. will present its fourth annual SOS Adventure Trek Saturday. “The purpose of the Adventure Trek benefit is to raise funds to assist deserving families with … more
A steady stream of Comcast customers arrived at the Cartersville office on S. Morningside Drive last week only to find no one home. Instead they encountered a melange of hand-lettered signs explaining the office had been closed and all operations … more
In the event’s second year, supporters of the BBQ & Blues Festival are looking to build on the success of its debut offering.Set for Saturday, the festival will take place in historic downtown Adairsville and Logtown from 11 a.m. to 9 … more
Generous donors have made life a little easier for a number of deserving Chattahoochee Technical College students. The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation awarded 77 scholarships totaling $83,650 to 73 students, including six Bartow County residents, … more
“It has been especially rewarding over the years to see the response and support we have received for our Summer Entertainment Series,” said Dunham, the museum’s director of special projects. “Each year, the entertainment and programming … more
McCullough is responsible for operation of all Southern Co. systems including Georgia Power’s 17,500 megawatts derived from coal, natural gas and hydroelectric generation. This includes Plant Bowen in Bartow County. “As you know, the … more
With vibrant blossoms dotting the landscape, Rose Lawn Museum will be at its peak aesthetically for the fourth annual May Market.“The first weekend in May, May 6 and 7, Rose Lawn Museum celebrates the blooming of our prolific roses by hosting our … more
Cartersville High School’s robotics team may not be the world champions, but it made an impressive showing in its first appearance ever on the global stage. Team Vindicem and its robot, FreeByrd, ranked 22 out of 64 teams in their division … more
With Advocates for Children’s Duck Derby quickly approaching, the event’s chairwoman, Nicole Hughes, is busy helping organize one of the nonprofit’s signature fundraisers. “Duck Derby time is always hectic and fun — mostly,” Hughes … more
Third-grader Paul Lanier from Mission Road Elementary, fifth-grader Callie Viktora from Adairsville Elementary and 11th-grader Savanna Keller from Woodland High won first place in the Northwest Georgia Regional Education Service Agency district for … more
For Chattahoochee Tech Foundation members, there was no question about who should be honored with their newly created volunteer award. Stephens, 68, who serves as the board’s treasurer, was described by her peers as a “constant champion of … more
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