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With the First Day Hikes, Georgia’s state parks and historic sites are helping area residents start the new year on the right foot. “The national ‘First Day Hikes’ movement was started by America’s State Parks, an organization which … more
The Bartow County School System has discovered another avenue for helping young people earn their high school diploma. The school district has partnered with Cleveland-based Mountain Education Charter High School to give students who had to or … more
One of Bartow County’s legislators has been honored for his support of the technology industry in Georgia. State Sen. Bruce Thompson, R-White, was named 2016 Technology Legislator of the Year by the Technology Association of Georgia, the … more
Spearheaded by the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority, a pocket garden is taking root between Ross’ Diner and Lil’ Dollz ‘N Gentz. “I feel that the pocket garden enhances downtown by providing an aesthetically pleasing green … more
“We take the money that we make off the place and just reinvest it back into the company, into the farm,” said Scott Allen, owner of Pettit Creek Farms. “Every bit of it goes just right back to buying new stuff for next year. Every year, … more
Several years ago, a couple was kayaking on the Etowah River when the woman suffered an asthma attack.What began as difficulty breathing quickly became a full-blown emergency. Her companion called 911 for help, but when asked for a location, he … more
A robotics team from Clear Creek Elementary School is headed to the next stop on its journey to an international championship. The CCES Master Builders Red Team will be one of 32 teams competing at the KellRobotics Super-Regional Competition … more
A Cartersville plant that recently closed is about to spring back to life. PVC building products manufacturer Gossen Corp., which closed the doors on its plants in Cartersville and Glendale, Wisconsin, in October, has been acquired by Livingston, … more
Highlighting the “finer skills of stagecraft,” The Grand Theatre’s acting classes will kick off Jan. 3, 2017. “The Grand Theatre first offered acting classes for the youth of our community in 2006, so that makes this our 10th … more
To help area families celebrate the 50th anniversary of Kwanzaa, Noble Hill-Wheeler Memorial Center will highlight the significance of the upcoming African-American and Pan-African holiday. “The purpose [of Kwanzaa] is so the families can get … more
Students at Excel Christian Academy are serving as examples of the traits that Jesus exemplified. As part of the sixth annual Angel Tree project, pre-K through 12th-grade students at the Cartersville private school donated 100 Christmas gifts for … more
After nearly a week on the run, the man and woman accused of stealing a Cartersville police car were arrested in Haralson County Friday night. According to a press release from Haralson County Sheriff Eddie Mixon, Rudy Lee Vinson, of Bremen, and … more
The Bartow County College and Career Academy has become a solar panel site. Director of Maintenance and Construction Pankaj Daiya said a Minneapolis-based company called “tenKsolar” approached the Bartow County School System to outline the … more
Another class of fifth-grade students hopefully has learned that nothing good can come from using drugs. The fifth-graders at Cartersville Elementary School have spent the past few months learning about the dangers of drugs, alcohol and behaviors … more
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