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Continuing his late grandfather’s legacy of caring for others, Sam Franklin III is delighted to serve the community alongside his father and son at Sam Franklin’s Home Furnishing Center. Now 44 and the company’s vice president, he … more
While portions of Dellinger Park may currently resemble a “war zone,” city of Cartersville officials are looking forward to enhancing the venue’s structures over the next two years. “It is a very exciting time for our department, park … more
Unaware that her daughter’s home was on fire, Carolyn Wagner credits her survival to the quick-thinking actions of neighbor Mike Schneider. On June 10 about 11 p.m., Schneider alerted Wagner — who was the only person home at the time — to … more
In the wake of a mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub that killed 49 people and wounded dozens more, the Chattahoochee Technical College Police Department will be offering two free Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events training seminars … more
Bartow County 4-H has some young sharpshooters in its midst. Four teams of 4-H’ers recently hit the mark at the Georgia 4-H Target Challenge Weekend in the state BB competition at Rock Eagle 4-H Camp in Eatonton, with the brother and sister … more
Known for its plentiful rest stops and worthy cause, the Cartersville Century continues to serve as the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bartow County Inc.’s top fundraiser. In its 19th year, Saturday’s bike ride is expected to draw hundreds of … more
Fifty years ago, a television show boldly went where few television shows had gone before. And 50 years later, “Star Trek” continues to attract devoted fans and rake in the money from several spinoffs and feature films. To celebrate the cult … more
The Cartersville City Council enacted an emergency reading Thursday of a 2016 fireworks ordinance that affects the sale and use of consumer fireworks within the City of Cartersville. An emergency reading was necessary in order to enact the law … more
Leslie McCrary is someone who sees beauty in things that most people would consider ugly. The Cartersville photographer has a knack for turning something past its prime — abandoned cars and buildings, rusty bike chains, old bottles and … more
In his directorial debut with The Pumphouse Players, Bob Whaley will wrap up the theater group’s 41st season with “See How They Run.” Opening Friday at 8 p.m., the comedy will be presented at The Legion Theatre, 114 W. Main St. in … more
Phrases like caring, straight-shooting and willing to listen peppered the descriptions of Kingston mayor Ronald Casey by those who knew him best. Casey, a Kingston kid who never left, died yesterday after a lengthy illness. The Cass High … more
The Cartersville Police Department arrested a group of individuals entering unlocked vehicles in the Carter Grove subdivision early Sunday morning. Before they could flee, authorities located the getaway vehicle and took two suspects into … more
The Episcopal Church of the Ascension invites the community to a Service of Remembrance and Healing for the people killed and injured in Orlando. The attack, in which a gunman killed at least 49 people in a gay nightclub Sunday morning, is the … more
Ronald Casey, a longtime fixture in Kingston and the city’s current mayor, died Monday evening. He was 68. Casey, who retired as a teacher and coach from Cass High School, last ran for and achieved election to become Kingston’s mayor in … more
After admitting that he didn’t have a clue how an Upper Payment Limit (UPL) transaction worked, Cartersville attorney Keith Lovell still managed to secure one for his client, Townsend Park Rehabilitation Center. The transaction works like this: … more
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