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Continuing ARAC Roof It Forward’s efforts to give back to the community, Casey Beaver is overjoyed to help Cartersville residents Stephen and Sharon Johnson receive a complimentary roof. “We were contacted by Tamelsha Willis Ledbetter, the … more
Both school systems in Bartow County have done well on their 2016 College and Career Ready Performance Index scores. The report, released by the Georgia Department of Education last Thursday, showed Cartersville City Schools scored higher than … more
The agenda for Monday night’s Bartow County School Board meeting was a little on the lean side. Board members approved 5-0 renewing the school system’s Filewave support agreement for the period from Jan. 1 to June 30, 2017, at a cost of … more
In recognition of their steadfast commitment, nearly 20 platelet donors were honored by Blood Assurance on Dec. 12. “Blood Assurance hosts this dinner to honor these platelet donors and recognize the sacrifice of time and the commitment to … more
With the holiday season in full swing, Cartersville Fire Department officers are encouraging area residents to practice a variety of safety measures. “We do see an increase in fires during the winter months in general,” said Capt. Eric … more
The mood at Monday night’s Cartersville City School Board meeting was understandably light and excited. While waiting for the meeting to start, board members recounted the heroics of the high school’s football team during the state … more
Referred to as a “vital part of the community,” Harvest House will receive needed support from Christmas for the Nations Friday.Presented by COUNTRY Financial, the benefit featuring renowned concert pianist Adlan Cruz will start at 6:30 p.m. at … more
A local program needs some help to make Christmas merrier for a group of Bartow County kids. The ninth annual Shop with a Hero, where local public safety employees are paired with one or more kids for a Christmas shopping trip, is still short … more
With its 2016 Collectible Ornament, the Bartow History Museum is highlighting the Cartersville Post Office. “The museum has been offering the ornament for four or five years now,” BHM Director Trey Gaines said. “The [Cartersville] Downtown … more
Pragmatism met emotion Monday at the Emerson City Council meeting and won. An Emerson couple dedicated to helping dyslexic children learned Monday their request to rezone their property from residential to commercial in order to create a tutoring … more
A pilot program at Georgia Highlands College is offering students and employees more health care options. GHC has joined eight other University System of Georgia colleges in launching a systemwide pilot for LiveHealth Online Kiosks, two-way … more
Kids are beginning to learn computer science at younger and younger ages these days. For the second year, students at Clear Creek Elementary School in Cartersville got a taste of what it’s like to create video games and run machinery by … more
To help stock the shelves of four food pantries in Bartow County, the Feed the Need — Community Can-a-thon will be presented Thursday in downtown Cartersville. “Our goal this year is to collect enough donations to fill the local [pantries] … more
On Saturday, the Steps of Faith Dance Studio’s Community Christmas Concert highlighted the talents of Bartow’s youth, while giving back to those in need. Held at Friendship Plaza in downtown Cartersville from 12:30 to 4 p.m., the event … more
The Cartersville Police Department is searching for a couple accused of stealing a police vehicle that had a shotgun and a rifle inside of it on Saturday.Police Spokeswoman Kelly Woodard revealed to The Atlanta-Journal Constitution that police … more
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