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With school buses rolling again, drivers need to remember to obey the traffic laws regarding stopped buses or end up paying a hefty fine. The school system uses automated photo radar technology to help law enforcement officers protect students as … more
Georgia Highlands College is preparing to launch a program that will make earning a college degree faster and more convenient for some of its students. NOW-Nights Online Weekends, a “brand-new program offered to an underserved student … more
In preparation for the upcoming Cartersville Bluegrass & Folk Festival, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is seeking vendors to enhance the Oct. 29 event. Vendor fees for the festival’s Firehouse Stage range from $50 to $200, … more
During TheatreExtreme’s upcoming “Comedy & Beer,” attendees will be treated to an evening of entertainment and giving. As with previous offerings, the group’s event will feature a Charity Spotlight component, enabling patrons on Aug. 27 … more
A Sunday morning house fire claimed the life of a local man, and he was identified Tuesday as Stephen Jarred Hendricks, 25, of Rydal. The fire occurred in the overnight hours Saturday night and into Sunday morning, as Bartow County fire crews … more
The Emerson City Council decided Monday to follow the lead of other Bartow cities and roll back millage rates for property taxes. “The council decided to roll back the millage rates from last year’s 1.903 to 1.872,” said Todd Heath, … more
The next time Euharlee Police Sergeant Mike Baldwin has to send Spartacus, a 3-year old Belgian Malinois, to apprehend a bad guy, he can rest a little easier knowing that his dog is a lot safer thanks to the kindness of others. Spartacus recently … more
The Cartersville City School Board voted on five items on the consent agenda and eight personnel issues at Monday night’s meeting. Board members approved 6-0, with member Floyd Braid out of town, ratifying the low quote of $17,683.42 from Rush … more
Describing their achievement as “a history-making moment,” Barnsley Resort’s regional sales manager, Ginny Izydore, and her daughter recently captured awards from the Meeting Professionals International’s Georgia Chapter June 30. Izydore … more
A one-time program hosted by the Cartersville Public Library has turned into an eight-week class. “Susan Tumlin, who organized the performance and demonstration in June, asked us about hosting a Scottish country dance class at the library as an … more
Rosemary “Roma” Tyler has managed to bring the beauty and serenity of the ocean to landlocked Cartersville. The Woodstock artist’s oil paintings — seascapes, a waterfall, flowers and landscapes — will be on display in the Cartersville … more
Portraying Galileo Galilei at Tellus Science Museum’s upcoming Night at the Museum, David Dundee is looking forward to highlighting the Italian scientist’s contributions to astronomy in the 1600s. Set for Aug. 13 from 6 to 10 p.m., the eighth … more
The timing worked out perfectly for Katie Kienitz. When Kienitz was ready to go to work for a library, the position of adult services library assistant opened up at the Bartow County Library System. “I've always loved books, and I had been … more
A Cartersville landowner’s request — the second in seven months — that City Council change his property’s zoning from residential to light industrial was denied again on Thursday. The landowner, Billy Wright, first approached the council … more
With Adairsville’s and Cartersville’s farmers’ markets in full swing, Bartow County Extension Coordinator Paul Pugliese is delighted to see opportunities for shoppers to purchase locally-grown produce double in the past few years. While the … more
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