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“The council voted on this about a year ago,” City Manager Pam Madison said. “We have completed all the paperwork and been approved so in the next six months we should know the outcome.” The council heard a first reading of two requests … more
“[I] will be talking about brining meats. To brine is to marinate for a long time,” said Mitchell, who owns Johnny Mitchell’s Smokehouse with his wife, Jill. “... It involves sugars and salts and spices that helps preserve the meat. We’ll … more
Georgia Highlands College has added another award to its trophy case. The college’s advancement division won the 2016 Overall Institutional Excellence in Advancement award from the Georgia Education Advancement Council during the GEAC Annual … more
ChattahoocheeTech.edu has a new look. Chattahoochee Technical College has revamped its website and mobile app to provide a more satisfying user experience. The new design, which was introduced Jan. 23, is intended to make it easier for users … more
Emergency workers arrived to find a teenaged female unconscious and unresponsive in her vehicle. The patient had to be removed from the vehicle and transported by Air Life. BCEMS began treatment of the patient for several trauma injuries during … more
On Wednesday, Toyo Tire North America Manufacturing Inc. received the Ford Q1 Award at a ceremony at its facility in White. The award was accepted on behalf of Toyo by Jim Hawk, chairman of Toyo Tire Holdings of Americas, and was presented by … more
The Etowah Valley Quilt Guild is offering a great opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to learn how to quilt. The guild will be sponsoring a quilting workshop on crazy quilt hearts Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Nathan Dean Meeting Room … more
“[Casino Night] just gives us an opportunity to not only generate a significant number of supplementary funds for EVHS, but it’s just a great night to be had by all,” EVHS Director Bryan Canty said. “I’ve been to quite a few fundraisers … more
A man fleeing police following an armed robbery drove into Planters subdivision off S.R. 293, stopped in a cul-de-sac and fled on foot. Richard Daniel posted on Facebook that his mother-in-law was robbed at gunpoint at her home on Griffin Road by … more
“Kingston is going to apply for up to $750,000 for water system improvements especially in neighborhoods where the water system impacts low income residents,” said Valerie Gilreath, grant writing director for the county. “The deadline is … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor authorized a quit claim deed Wednesday giving five acres of land to the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), the first step in relocating GDOT’s Region 6 headquarters from its present location on … more
“I love the idea that age isn’t a factor in your ability to try something new,” said Caitlyn Keller, director of “Nana’s Naughty Knickers.” “The main character in the play is 83 and is doing something she loves. I am 23 and directing … more
Continuing to provide lasting memories, members of the Big Chicken Chorus’ “More Than 4” will deliver Singing Valentines Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. “This will be our sixth year delivering Singing Valentines in the Cartersville area,” … more
The Cartersville church is purchasing the school’s 12 acres of property and 83,000 square feet of building space at 325 Old Mill Road in Cartersville for $4.75 million, Lead Pastor James Griffin said. “In the first phase, we are purchasing … more
Cartersville school board members, central office administrators and principals spent a Saturday morning mapping out goals for the upcoming school year. The group gathered bright and early on Jan. 28 at the central office for its annual retreat … more
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