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For kids who are missing the STEM activities they do in school, Georgia Highlands College is offering two weeklong science camps in July that can tide them over until classes start in … more
The way Bartow County Zoning Administrator Brandon Johnson sees it, the southernmost part of the county abutting Lake Allatoona ought be the most coveted piece of property in Bartow. Instead, … more
Most people aren’t fortunate enough to know what they want to accomplish in life when they’re only in second grade, but Kayla Walker was one of those lucky few who did. Encouraged by her … more
With the Fourth of July being on a Thursday this year, the holiday period will be more than three times longer than last year as residents make a long weekend of it.And that means more hours for … more
Previously making a splash for the Cartersville High School swim team, Bryson Rogers is helping keep Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department’s patrons safe this summer. Dividing his time … more
When it comes to crime in Bartow County, Cherokee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Rosemary Greene said one common factor shows up time and time again. “I tell grand jurors when I meet with … more
Referred to as “stunning,” The Photo Fence’s second exhibition showcases the artistic images of Richard Calmes’ ballerinas with Phyllis Burchett’s equine photographs. Bearing the theme … more
Longtime patrons of the Cartersville Farmer's Market have no doubt encountered Jana Fitzgerald many, many times on their trips to pick up local produce and trinkets — even if they had no idea that … more
Parents who put their students on Cartersville City school buses every day can rest assured that safety is the top priority for those drivers.The school system’s transportation department, led by … more
An Auburn, Georgia, man entered a negotiated plea of guilty to two counts of family violence battery and one count of family violence simple battery in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning, with … more
While adults now have the opportunity to purchase consumer fireworks, Cartersville Fire Marshal Mark Hathaway urges the public to celebrate the Fourth of July at professional pyrotechnics … more
Transferred to the Cartersville Corps June 23, Salvation Army Capts. Tom and Ruth Kenyon are busy acquainting themselves with the community and its needs. Succeeding Capts. Scott and Michelle Lyles, … more
While summer is typically a time for rest and relaxation, some students are choosing to use a week of their school break to get a head start on their college math requirements. For the second … more
Generally serving up family fun with numerous playgrounds, baseball fields and picnic shelters, a pair of parks will take center stage for 2019’s Independence Day festivities.While Manning Mill … more
As Independence Day approaches, Blood Assurance’s staff is encouraging Bartow residents to give the gift of life Wednesday.“Anyone who donates during the holiday is a hero at Blood Assurance," … more
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