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The weather forecast calls for snow in Cartersville Thursday. An indoor snowstorm will hit the Cartersville Public Library between 2 and 5 p.m. during its first-ever Snow Day. “We have never had a program featuring all snow activities,” … more
Students at nine city and county schools collected almost 9,000 food items in a week to fill a local food pantry. The Salvation Army, Bartow County 4-H and North Bartow Community Services hosted a canned-food drive with the Bartow County and … more
The students at Adairsville Elementary School have big hearts. In October, the 680 preschoolers through fifth-graders collected almost $6,000 during the two-week Kids March for Babies fundraising campaign for the March of Dimes. “We are … more
With the winter holidays in full swing, American Red Cross officials are urging people to donate blood when possible. “Many of us celebrate this time of year with loved ones, but patients may spend the holidays and ring in the new year from a … more
On Tuesday night, she portrayed an angel in the manger scene while her husband, Duane, and 7-year-old son, Wes, depicted shepherds. “We have been members of Sam Jones since 2012, and this is our third year participating in the scene,” Gravley … more
The first class of Scottish country dancing at the Cartersville Public Library was such a hit that a second class is forming next month. The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society will be teaching another eight-week course starting Thursday, Jan. … more
Theresa Arthen works full time at a senior-living facility in Kennesaw, has been pursuing her Associate of Science in nursing from Georgia Highlands College since 2013, tutors other students in anatomy and maintains a perfect 4.0 GPA. No wonder … more
Recently receiving the Community Greening accolade, the Lake Allatoona Fish Habitat program will once again benefit from Keep Bartow Beautiful’s Bring One for the Chipper campaign. From Dec. 26 to Feb. 1, area residents can participate in the … more
Now living in Portland, Oregon, Wallis Smith-Owens, is looking forward to being back home in Cartersville and celebrating Hanukkah with her mother. “Since moving to Portland after college, I don’t always get to spend Hanukkah with family,” … more
Another Cartersville High School team is looking for back-to-back state championships. Last school year, the school’s robotics team Vindicem won the state championship in February after defeating 34 other teams from across the state. This … more
Lots of places in Bartow County will be shutting down this weekend to celebrate Christmas. All Bartow County government offices, including the courts, as well as government offices in the cities of Cartersville, Adairsville, Emerson, Euharlee and … more
With both pastors joining their churches this year, the Rev. Drs. Chris Jones and Mark Jordan are delighted to be experiencing the Christmas season with their Cartersville congregations. “I am without doubt excited to celebrate my first … more
As 2016 draws to a close, Tellus Science Museum is trying to secure the last quarter of funding for its Solar House.Currently, the venue has raised nearly 75 percent of its $145,000 goal. According to … more
To support its H.E.A.T. — Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic — Unit, the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office recently was awarded $128,661 in grant funding for the 2017 season from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. “It’s a … more
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