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“The purpose is to bring Christians of all denominations, races and demographics together in one voice of prayer for our community and our country,” said Dr. Jacob King, Bartow’s National Day of Prayer Steering Committee chairman and senior … more
“This is a very exciting time for the downtown and everyone at the DDA [Cartersville Downtown Development Authority],” Cartersville DDA Manager Lillie Read said. “We’re working hard to bring a solid season of events to the downtown, which … more
Making its return for the fourth consecutive year is the annual Veterans Family and Military Family Fun Day at Georgia Highlands College Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Rome campus.The event, which recognizes April as the month of the … more
As the city’s outdoor pool season approaches, Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department officials are anticipating an influx of swimmers at Dellinger Park Pool, stemming from the temporary closure of the Aubrey Street site. “Aubrey Street … more
For an introvert, Amanda Lewis is a pretty good public speaker. The sophomore pre-nursing student defeated 56 other Georgia Highlands College students from all five campuses to win the Seventh Annual Public Speaking Competition April 14 at the … more
Bartow County middle school students will be getting their laptops refreshed, and the campus police department will be receiving two new police cars in the near future. At Monday night’s business meeting, the Bartow County School Board approved … more
With the Stilesboro Improvement Club’s Plant Sale and May Picnic around the corner, Mary Morris is looking forward to greeting old friends and introducing first-time guests to the pre-Civil War academy. Serving as the backdrop for both events, … more
After low oxygen levels at Dellinger Park Lake killed about 2,000 fish late last week and over the weekend, the city of Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department released a statement Tuesday saying it has resolved the problem. “The City of … more
Surrounded by a phalanx of iPhones, yourPhones and theirPhones, each one preserving the moment in pixels, a host of dignitaries broke ground Wednesday for a new academic building at Georgia Highlands College. “We are currently the second … more
Continuing to support his fellow Legionnaires, Ken Temples is looking forward to attending the Mighty 7th Veterans Festival this weekend.A resident of Cartersville, he currently is serving as American Legion Carl Boyd Post 42’s chairman of the … more
Once on the scene, EMS found two patients injured. The first, an elderly female, initially was unconscious and unresponsive. The crews began to work with the patient and, during extrication, the female regained consciousness but was still … more
“Georgians have shaped the fabric of American music, and I plan on taking the audience on a journey through the state’s incredible musical landscape,” said Love, music consultant for Georgia Department of Economic Development and director of … more
“A friend and I drove down to the Marietta Diner in my 1976 Corvette,” Popham said. “And there was this woman that was looking for specific cars to appear in a gasoline commercial. She asked me to send a photo of me and the car, which I did, … more
“Mr. Turner spent eight years as a military policeman and 12 years as a member of the Polk County Police Dept.,” McBurnett said. “Now the council will take that recommendation and they will either accept or reject the recommendation. If they … more
“This year, [the Georgia Department of Community Affairs has] rolled out some new strategy,” Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter Executive Director Jessica Mitcham said. “So they organized all funded shelters across the state into learning … more
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