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With Santa’s visit coinciding with a bald eagle release, Red Top Mountain State Park will be bustling with activity Saturday. “The week before Christmas at the Cabin is always a pretty exciting time at the park,” said Hannah Warner, Red … more
The Austrian manufacturer of steel automobile products, built a 50-million euro facility in the Highland 75 industrial park in 2012 and has expanded twice. “voestalpine has a 15 year declining abatement agreement that was executed when they … more
Today’s Art for Lunch offering will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor near Honolulu, Hawaii. The Dec. 7, 1941, assault on the American naval base resulted in the deaths of more than 2,000 U.S. military … more
“I can’t wait to play Ascension Coffee House, and I have to thank Angee and Rick McKee for all their support and kindness,” said Benowitz, referring to Ascension Coffee House’s coordinator and host, respectively. “Cartersville is a very … more
In recognition of its growth and economic contributions, Toyo Tire North America Manufacturing Inc. was named Automotive Supplier of the Year. “This honor further validates the great things Toyo Tires and its team members at TNA are doing to … more
Continuing to assist the community during the holidays, CrossPoint City Church will serve more than 800 pre-qualified children at Hope for Christmas. With the event set for Saturday at the American Legion Carl Boyd Post 42, organizers are busy … more
A concern for the declining populations of pollinators in the state caused Dr. Jackie Belwood and her husband, Dennis Krusac, to jump into action. “We were very concerned about the fact that wild habitat is being lost around the country due to … more
In the middle of an area surrounded by concrete and asphalt sits a flower garden designed as a refuge for butterflies, hummingbirds, bees and other pollinators that need a place to refuel. Situated behind the academic building on Georgia … more
“Emily has moderate learning disabilities, along with speech and language delays, and motor/sensory dysfunction,” said Emily’s mother, Miranda Winters. “She has been in speech, physical therapy and occupational therapy since she was 10 … more
Christmas shoppers with bibliophiles on their list will want to check out the Friends of the Library Used-Book and Multimedia Sale. The quarterly sale is today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the library garage at 429 W. Main St. Friends members … more
In its eighth year, the Community Christmas Luncheon will continue providing a festive meal for area residents. Expecting to draw about 3,000 attendees, the complimentary event will be presented Dec. 17 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cartersville … more
“He came over, and he wanted to know what [he could] do to partner with us,” said Wise-Mays, center manager for Tallatoona CAP Head Start. “... We came up with the food drive. I was very excited, because when we walked in and saw [the] food, … more
The city of Euharlee and Woodland Middle School are partnering together on what they hope will become an annual Christmas tradition. The city is sponsoring the inaugural Covered Bridge Carols with the middle school’s honor band and chorus … more
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