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Titled “Spring Time Succulence,” Jennifer Underwood’s image is the reigning People’s Choice Award winner in the Explore Georgia Amateur Photography Contest. In the photograph, taken with a Canon SX50, the Cartersville resident presents a … more
Wanted: Volunteers to help give a dose of reality to young people. The Etowah Scholarship Foundation needs 170 more adult volunteers to work the sixth annual Reality Store for all ninth-graders in Bartow County Friday, Feb. 3, at Georgia … more
Two food-related activities at the Cartersville Public Library are sure to give kids a couple of afternoons of fun next week. Kids ages 8 to 12 can design and create a parachute for a candy drop as part of Picture Book Science, an event that … more
With its fifth annual Laughs & Libations on tap for Jan. 27, the Rotary Club of Etowah will usher in the new year with a mix of entertainment and philanthropy. “In 2012, our club recognized the need to create a new, meaningful fundraiser to … more
Referring to his gospel concert as a “worship experience,” the Rev. Leon Smith is looking forward to performing at Peeples Valley Community Church Sunday.Located at 430 Peeples Valley Road in Cartersville, the complimentary service will begin at … more
A Cass High graduate is about to take part in an event that she believes will be the highlight of her military career. Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Tracy Funck of Cartersville was chosen to be part of the Joint Task Force — National Capital Region for … more
The Cartersville Public Library is trying something new with its computer classes this month — personal training. Rather than offering a 90-minute class for a group of people, information technology instructional coordinator Jennifer Williams … more
Euharlee Mayor Dennis Thayer voiced his concerns about the financial well-being of the city at the Jan. 3 city council meeting. “Over the last three years, since Joe Cowan Park has been operating, the expenditures are about $200,000-$220,000 … more
Two quick-acting seventh-graders at South Central Middle School saved their friend’s life. On Dec. 14, Liam Ely was eating lunch in the school cafeteria when he started choking. Before any adults had time to respond, Kaden May and Kody Kready … more
During its first meeting of 2017, the Bartow County School Board took care of a few housekeeping details. In a called meeting Tuesday night, Bartow County Probate Court Judge Barry Greene swore in two board members for new four-year terms, and … more
Brandon Bryson was sworn in Tuesday as chief magistrate judge for Bartow County. “It’s great to finally be sworn in and assume the job,” Bryson said. “It feels so good to make it official. I worked hard to get this job and thanks to lots … more
Cartersville High School senior Madison McKinney will be among those recognized at the 21st biennial Lords and Ladies Cotillion Jan. 21.Presented by the Theta Omicron Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., the event — titled … more
On Jan. 24 and 25, the Cartersville Fire Department will host a second Strategic Highway Research Program training session.The offering, which was developed via SHRP2, will be presented by the Federal Highway Administration with the cooperation of … more
A three-car accident on Interstate Highway 75, a half-mile south of exit 288 (Main Street) resulted in several serious injuries and backed traffic up for several miles for most of the afternoon. “At about 1:30 p.m., three Bartow County EMS … more
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