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With its eighth annual Spring Benefit quickly approaching, Advocates for Children’s staff is actively promoting the nonprofit’s largest fundraiser of the year. Presented by NorthSide Bank, the event will be held April 23 from 6:30 to 11 p.m. … more
Even though Georgia is no longer officially observing the holiday, area organizations still are preparing to commemorate Confederate Memorial Day. Recognized on the fourth Monday in April, the state has switched the observance’s name from … more
Through Footprints on the Heart’s outreach efforts, donated bridal gowns will be transformed into cherished burial items. The sewing project will be a key component of the nonprofit’s meeting Thursday evening. “We have received about 25 … more
The Bartow County School System will continue to face financial challenges in fiscal year 2017, but it’s slowly making its way back to pre-recession budget figures. At a called meeting Monday night, school board members got a preliminary FY17 … more
Ending its offering with “a bang,” The Grand Theatre will close out the 2015-2016 Century Bank Entertainment Series with country music artist Collin Raye Saturday. “We’re obviously thrilled to have Collin coming back,” said Matt … more
The Cartersville City School Board awarded three bids and approved rental requests for four events taking place in the city. At its combined work session and regular monthly meeting Monday night, the board approved 6-0, with member Carolyn … more
To help ‘keep Bartow beautiful,’ various Great American Cleanup efforts will kick off Tuesday. “Each year, Keep America Beautiful promotes the Great American Cleanup as a nationwide ‘spring cleanup’ effort that our over 600 affiliates … more
Roy Clifton’s life took a turn for the better when he decided to go back to school. The Cartersville resident, who turned 33 two weeks ago, wasn’t sure he was meant to get a college education, given all the obstacles he’d faced in his … more
Georgia Highlands College is expanding its degree offerings once again. The University System of Georgia Board of Regents recently approved the college’s request to start offering Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in health care … more
As the Bartow Family Resources’ 5K nears, its coordinator, Sara Wilson, encourages prospective participants to take a “stand for life and healthy relationships.” “This will be my fourth 5K to help coordinate,” said Wilson, who also … more
A Cartersville man was arrested Tuesday and charged with the November 2015 death of Jessie Tyler Law. Law, then 21, also of Cartersville was killed on Thanksgiving Day 2015 on Georgia SR 293 around mile marker No. 14 near Kingston. According to the … more
To the delight of local parks and recreation officials, Cartersville and Bartow County were among the more than 30 recreational grant recipients recently announced by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Overall, Recreational Trails Program … more
Those who love the programs at the Cartersville Public Library have a variety of options this month. Financial adviser Susan Simonton, owner of Simonton Financial Associates in Cartersville, will present a much-requested program on 25 Documents … more
The Cartersville High School literary team ended a seven-year absence from the region literary meet by going 12-for-12. The 16-member team made a strong comeback in the Georgia High School Association Region 7AAAA Literary Meet last month at … more
With the fifth annual Georgia Legal Food Frenzy quickly approaching, Erik Pirozzi is reaching out to the local legal community to partake in the competition. The Food Frenzy contest, which is a partnership between the Office of the Attorney General, … more
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