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The Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce is celebrating Manufacturing Appreciation Week by offering people in the community a peak into the industry. “It is a chance for the chamber and our community to say thank you for the capital … more
Starting today, 31 designated travel journalists from North America will explore numerous Bartow attractions during Georgia Tourism’s 2017 Travel Media Marketplace. “Destinations across Georgia bid annually to host this event,” said Regina … more
“Great strides have been made in terms of animal welfare in Bartow County over the last several years, but we’re not content to rest on our laurels,” said Etowah Valley Humane Society Director Bryan Canty, who “applauds” the initiative of … more
Ancient skills will take center stage as the North Georgia Knap-In & Primitive Arts Festival returns to Cartersville Thursday. Open to the public through Saturday from 8 a.m. to around 6 p.m. daily, the event will feature more than 40 vendors … more
Boy, were they in for a surprise. “I flew in from pretty far away because this news is so exciting, I felt like I needed to share this with you in person,” said Wesley Whatley, creative director for the parade and head of the band selection … more
Upon arrival, Bartow County Emergency Medical Services crews discovered the heavily damaged aircraft and began a search for survivors, according to BCEMS spokeman Brad Cothran. Two survivors, both males, were located — one with trauma injuries … more
“We’re looking at just raising awareness for this fragile sphere that we live on,” said Cantey Smith, Tellus’ director of education. “I think we sometimes tend to think it will just keep on going no matter what we do. ... We just want … more
Six high school students from Bartow County have been chosen to spend part of their summer taking advantage of a life-altering opportunity.Three students from the Bartow County School System and three from the Cartersville City School System were … more
For most parents of an 11-year-old, getting their kid to do a day’s homework is a challenge. For the parents of Noah Barnes, Robert and Joanne, they are the ones tasked with keeping up with their 11-year-old’s ambition. Noah is walking … more
Six months after Bartow County senior citizens asked local legislators to enact a senior school tax exemption, there are still no answers. Last October, more than 600 seniors packed the Clarence Brown Center to exhort Bartow’s state legislators … more
Knowing how to successfully manage financial matters isn’t an inborn skill — it must be learned, and the sooner, the better. Coosa Valley Credit Union has made it possible for students in three schools in Bartow County to learn fiscal … more
Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville is showing the work of kindergarten through fifth-grade artists in the eighth annual Primary and Elementary Schools Art Exhibition in Borderlands Gallery through May 14. The exhibit features 81 pieces — … more
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division ordered the Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Co. (TRANSCO) to cease work on its entire 115-mile natural gas pipeline Friday after a number of Bartow County landowners accused the company of environmental … more
From playing an integral role in the Atlanta Steeplechase’s move to Kingston Downs to currently serving on the event’s board of stewards, Gene Vance continues to be instrumental in the spring staple’s operations. Starting at 9 a.m., the … more
She continued, “The pinwheels represent real children, ones that I’ve had the privilege of knowing and that our organization assists each day. Children are a gift and they should be cherished. I struggle with the fact that they are not all … more
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