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“The radiothon and bucket drive are events we hold to raise funds and awareness for National Homeless Awareness Week — always the week before Thanksgiving,” Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter Executive Director Jessica Mitcham said. “Our goal is … more
The Cartersville City School Board has a lean agenda for Monday night’s meeting. At the work session Thursday night, Assistant Superintendent Ken Clouse — standing in for Superintendent Dr. Howard Hinesley, who was out of town — recommended … more
Considering the opportunity a “tremendous honor,” a pair of Booth Artists’ Guild members are displaying their creations at the American Women Artists’ 2016 Annual Master and Signature Members Show and National Juried … more
Aiming to “create experiences” for a wide range of guests, Barnsley Resort’s new general manager, Shawn Jervis, is looking forward to guiding the Adairsville luxury venue through its sizable expansion effort. “I arrived to Barnsley Resort … more
Two Cartersville City schools have been rewarded for their diligence in teaching their students about safety issues and the responsibilities that come with living in a digital world. Last month, Cartersville Elementary and Cartersville Middle … more
Six years ago in Bartow County, if a beloved family pet escaped its surroundings, the odds hovered around 80 percent that it would be captured and euthanized.That’s eight out of every ten dogs or cats killed just for the crime of being a dog or a … more
Cartersville High School has figured out a way to alleviate some of the academic pressure that students are under these days. This year, the high school began a new program, Flexible Academic Block — or FAB — Wednesdays, which would allow all … more
“I started out with Bartow Ancestors Inc. assisting with typing and research,” Ritchie said. “Vicki had been compiling information for this book for several years, and, as she was showing me the information, I was amazed at how many violent … more
Bearing the theme “Buy Local, Buy Bartow,” the November Bartow Business Women Luncheon will be presented Tuesday. “It is important for people to shop locally, especially during the holidays, because when you shop local your money stays … more
The Bartow History Museum will welcome museum staffers Tina Shadden, registrar, and Sandy Moore, archive’s assistant, to its Lunch and Learn series Wednesday at noon. Moore will share details about the feature exhibit, “A Collectible … more
“The Blue Star Memorial Marker program honors servicemen and women, who have served, are serving or will be serving in the armed [services] of the United States,” said Tucker, a member of The Magnolia Garden Club and chairwoman of the Blue Star … more
Keith Deltano knows what it’s like to be bullied. The bullying began in third grade, when he was held back because he couldn’t read or do simple tasks like recite the months of the year. He ended up being diagnosed with dyslexia, ADHD and … more
It’s barely November, but Christmas is just around the corner, and there’s no better time than now to get a jump on holiday shopping. To aid in that endeavor, the Friends of the Library is sponsoring its sixth annual Indoor Arts and Crafts … more
“It took us kind of by surprise, because that’s an Atlanta design and home improvement type of magazine,” said Nicole Hughes, who owns C&C Gutters with her husband, Jason. “We do a lot of home shows in Atlanta at the Galleria. … more
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