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The Cartersville City School Board unanimously approved several items at its regular monthly meeting Monday night. Board members approved 6-0, with member Floyd Braid absent, Superintendent Dr. … more
Still fine-tuning her comedic work, Karen Ruetz will be the first playwright featured in The Pumphouse Players' staged reading offering. Set for Saturday, the PHP Local Playwright Reading Series will … more
In a combination work session and regular meeting, the Euharlee City Council approved an amendment to the city's solar energy ordinance that would allow the construction and operation of a 30-acre … more
An unauthorized  man entered a Cartersville High School building Wednesday through an open door an hour prior to school starting, according to a press release posted on the Cartersville City … more
Transforming Grand Oaks into a festive showpiece, Ray Thacker and his design team are thrilled to spread holiday cheer while raising funds for higher education.On Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m., the early … more
Two arrests have been made and another warrant issued for three Bartow County men allegedly affiliated with a Cartersville-based gang.Two men are in custody — Juan Estaban Gallegos, 24, of … more
Some city and county public works department employees had Monday off for Veterans Day, but there were still several crews hard at work with a relatively significant rain event causing road closures … more
A Marietta man found guilty of committing a double homicide in Acworth in 2016 will spend the rest of his life behind bars.Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge David K. Smith sentenced Humberto Joseue … more
After years of starts and stops, the Kingston City Council got a glimpse of the promised land and it looked a lot like water.John Sweitzer, owner of Sweitzer Engineering, which acts as the city's … more
Bartow County is seeking bids for three parcels along Burnt Hickory Road, which County Administrator Peter Olson said could be used for commercial, retail or possibly even residential … more
Citizens of the city of White will get a sneak peek Friday at the Stamp Creek History and Heritage Center under construction on the second floor of White City Hall."It's not going to be complete by … more
A group of peer leaders and teachers at Cartersville High School want to offer hope and support to students who may be thinking of ending their lives.Fifty students and eight teachers gathered at the … more
Striving to provide holiday cheer and needed funds for children's charities, the Cartersville-Bartow County Exchange Club is seeking participants for its Christmas Parade Dec. 6."The Exchange Club is … more
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