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“The take-away will be, ‘Wow, there are a lot of stories I can sell here,’” said Archer, executive director for Cartersville-Bartow County Convention & Visitors Bureau. “I think our ‘Only in Cartersville’ hook will take hold. … more
Veteran and military families at Chattahoochee Technical College know without a doubt that their school has their backs. Georgia’s largest technical college celebrated the grand opening of its new Veteran Service Center on the Marietta campus … more
Chattahoochee Technical College has been recognized as one of the top certificate-producing institutions in the nation. In its recent Top 100 report, Community College Week ranked Georgia’s largest technical college as 49th in the nation in all … more
Serving as a forensic interviewer for A Better Way Child Advocacy Center since 2013, Amanda Tant recently was named director of the Advocates for Children offering. “After interviewing more than 450 alleged victims of abuse and neglect, I felt … more
“We opened Nov. 10, 1973,” said Black, who owns the Cartersville bookstore with his wife, Judy. “We’ve had a good run. We’ve been in business for 43 years, but at our stage of life, it’s time for a change. It’s time to move in a … more
Known for promoting holiday cheer and higher education, Christmas at Grand Oaks will be presented Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. Currently bustling with activity, the early 1900s Greek revival structure is being transformed into a winter wonderland. … more
Students, faculty and staff of Adairsville Elementary School are about to see actual work begin on their new building. At its regular business meeting Monday night, the Bartow County School Board voted 5-0 to award the construction contract for … more
The Cartersville City School Board Monday night took measures to protect its technology and approved several school trips. Board members voted 7-0 to award the bid for DITEK surge protection devices to low bidder Graybar for $36,125.25. The … more
As drought conditions in North Georgia worsen, Gov. Nathan Deal issued an executive order Monday banning usage of consumer fireworks in certain areas until the drought is lifted. “We have seen a massive increase in open land, grass and woods … more
EMERSON – A planned exchange of a used automobile turned into something much more dangerous on Sunday night, ending with Emerson police taking a man who was in possession of a handgun and a possible live grenade into custody. The incident began … more
After being sworn in as Kingston’s new mayor, Chuck Wise jumped right into hot water — or lack of it. Wise, a long time city council member, handily won last week’s special election to fill the unexpired term of Mayor Ronald Casey who died … more
A gym full of middle schoolers, teachers and parents showed local veterans Thursday morning just how much they’re loved and appreciated for their service. Cartersville Middle School welcomed local heroes from all five branches of the armed … more
The Bartow County College and Career Academy has been recognized on the state level. The Cartersville school was named one of seven finalists for the 2016 College and Career Academy of the Year Award during Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle’s Ninth Annual … more
Bolstering its efforts to prevent healthcare-associated infections (HAIs), Cartersville Medical Center recently installed a Xenex LightStrike Germ-Zapping Robot. “Cartersville Medical Center places a high priority on avoidance of ... HAIs and … more
Hard work was the reason Tyler Lummus was able to accomplish a goal he set when he started high school. “It felt great to take second as Ultimate Raider,” he said. “It has been my goal to at least place Top 5 since my freshman year. I … more
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