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Nine friends and family of a Cartersville woman, missing nine days, continued their search Monday, handing out flyers at the Courtesy Inn on U.S. Highway 411, the last place she was seen. They walked in pairs down the corridors of the motel … more
The term “high rollers” may take on a new meaning if Emerson’s latest business venture comes to fruition. Charlie Carroll and Todd Baldree, representing the Turnstone Group, an Atlanta-based developer, appeared before the Emerson City … more
Chattahoochee Technical College continues its mission to turn out a skilled workforce by rolling out a new diploma program spring semester. “Chattahoochee Tech decided to offer this program after working closely with the community to determine … more
Trying to spur pet-friendly travel across the state, Georgia Tourism — a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development — recently launched #ExploreGeorgiaPup. The social media campaign will conclude in … more
Every day, there are kids in Bartow County who don’t know where their next meal will come from or if they’ll get three meals that day. But Jayme Laney has formed a team of locals who want to do their part to take away that uncertainty. In … more
With its Spooky Museum and Historic Cartersville Ghost Walk both set for Oct. 15, Bartow History Museum’s staff is busy, gearing up for two Halloween-related events. Spooky Museum The festivities will kick off at 4 p.m., with the three-hour … more
Cartersville Police and Bartow County EMS responded at about 11 p.m. Sunday to a report of gunshots fired in the vicinity of Fredda Lane in Cartersville. Upon arrival, they found a man that had been shot three times in the left arm, buttocks area … more
Adding parents to the equation made math a whole lot more fun for students at Clear Creek Elementary. The Cartersville school brought parents and students together Thursday night for its first Math GameDay Live, a football-themed, nighttime … more
Parents who think their children might have dyslexia have an opportunity to learn more about the learning disability. Founder Tabitha Molina and tutor Donna Williams from Stellar Reading Center in Emerson will offer a program called Stellar … more
“The tragedy of Macbeth lies in the horrific,” Whaley said. “Paranoia, witches, blood; this is the stuff from which The Bard forged ‘Macbeth.’ We’re not settling for ‘creepy,’ we’re going after your fear. These actors are hungry … more
Praying for wisdom to be imparted to both public safety personnel and the public they serve, Pastor Cory Jordan was one of two speakers at The Gathering with similar but unique perspectives.Conducted Monday morning, the prayer service for Bartow’s … more
With Advocates for Children’s newest fundraiser less than a month away, the Magnolia Designer Show House is bustling with activity as designers and contractors fine-tune the Cartersville residence’s transformation. Presented by Beverly … more
Affiliated with Bartow Family Resources since 1994, Cindy Smith has seen nonprofit’s tremendous growth firsthand over the past two decades. “We have grown from serving in a doctor’s office to one house and then to two houses — houses … more
Both school systems in Bartow County are asking voters to vote down an amendment to the Georgia Constitution that would allow the state to take control of poorly performing schools. Amendment 1, known as the Opportunity School District, would … more
Cartersville Primary School’s Classroom Adoption Program has come a long way since it started. “2016 has been our most successful yet,” said program founder Leighanne Young, who has taught English as a Second Language at CPS for six years. … more
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