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The Cartersville City Council heard the first reading of a media ordinance that creates an approval process for companies wishing to film in Cartersville. “This ordinance outlines what film companies can do and minimize the impact on quality of … more
The Bartow County 4-H Club’s rabies clinic is a winning proposition for all involved — dogs and cats get their rabies shots; pet owners get a reduced cost; and two local organizations get some much-needed funds. Veterinarian Dr. Spencer Tally … more
Referring to the story as impactful and relevant, Suzanne Husting is delighted to help The Pumphouse Players present its debut performance of “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Opening to a sold-out crowd April 21 at 8 p.m., the play — which Christopher … more
They had been in line since early morning, huddled in folding chairs, the drawstrings of their blue, pink and yellow hoodies pulled tight protecting everything but their red noses from the unseasonable cold. Heather Long, Carla Mahan, Heidi … more
In recognition of STD Awareness Month, Bartow County Health Department is underscoring the fact to teens that sexually transmitted diseases are “preventable and treatable.” “The purpose of STD Awareness Month is to raise public awareness … more
“My nephews were like 2 and 3 years old [when the hunt began],” Mays said. “It started out [with] maybe two to three kids, and it’s just grown over the years. It varies [in attendance] every year. Some years, you’ve got rain. Some years, … more
For college students who need help navigating the confusing world of financial aid, help is on the way. The free workshops will be conducted the first Friday of each month — April 7, May 5, June 2, July 7, Aug. 4, Sept. 1, Oct. 6, Nov. 3 and … more
After several years of deliberation, the Euharlee City Council voted unanimously to link with the Bartow County sewer system. The decision comes on the heels of an announcement yesterday that the Bartow County Water Department had secured a $12 … more
Looking to enhance the lives of area pollinators, the Pettit Preserve’s public offering Saturday will underscore the need for residents to fill their gardens with native plants. “During the last few years, we have had a couple programs that … more
The Cartersville Public Library is hopping with activities and programs for all ages this month. Drama DayThe children’s department will be hosting Drama Day Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Nathan Dean Meeting Room at the library at 429 W. … more
The Bartow County Water Department secured a $12 million loan from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) for expansion and maintenance of the existing water and sewer systems. GEFA, a state agency created in 1985, provides … more
The Olympic Games aren’t the only place competitors can win the gold. Cartersville High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter was named a Gold Chapter of the Year at the FBLA State Leadership Conference March 12-14 at the The … more
Continuing to provide a fresh perspective on the 54-acre venue, Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site will present its Torchlight Tour Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. “We hope Bartow-area residents will come out for this special tour, because … more
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