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Looking back on the first half of 2016, Euharlee City Manager James Stephens says there’s a lot to be proud of. Euharlee passed a local historic preservation ordinance in 1990, which provided for a three-person citizen board to serve as its … more
Serving as a tribute to area residents’ loved ones, the Memorial Tree Program is continuing to take root at Sam Smith Park. Spearheaded by Suzi Justus and Lane Peters in 2009, the effort — that includes more than 80 trees — now is overseen by … more
To help develop its “future nurse workforce with a structured and evidence-based educational program,” Cartersville Medical Center is among 22 hospitals in the TriStar Division of HCA that will offer a nurse residency program. “This program … more
With school just now getting started, the Cartersville City School Board’s agenda for Monday night’s meeting is short. At the work session Thursday night, board members took a look at the agenda, which includes five items on the consent … more
School bells rang all over Bartow County Wednesday morning, officially signaling the beginning of the 2016-17 school year. More than 13,000 elementary, middle and high school students traded their beach gear for backpacks and their sleep-til-noon … more
Most Cartersville City schools reported no problems Wednesday as students in pre-K through 12th grade headed back to the classroom after their 10-week summer break. District spokeswoman Vicky Durham said 4,168 students reported to class on the … more
Titled “Elemental Beauty: Earth, Wind, Fire, Water, Heart,” the Northwest Georgia Summer Singers will present a “great mix of musical selections” Saturday. Beginning at 7 p.m., the concert will be performed at Heritage Baptist Church, 1070 … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor opened his monthly public meeting with a hearing on the Joint Comprehensive Plan 10-year update. “This plan is updated every 10 years,” Taylor said. “The county and the seven municipalities — … more
The Euharlee City Council voted to roll back the city’s millage rate to zero percent at its Tuesday meeting. Before the vote, Mayor Dennis Thacker implored the council to make sure it was a wise decision and the city had adequate … more
Continuing the plight to find forever homes for homeless pets, the Etowah Valley Humane Society celebrated its 20th anniversary Tuesday. “On this day in 1996, we were granted a license to operate as a ... nonprofit,” EVHS Director Bryan Canty … more
Three candidates qualified for Kingston’s special mayoral election in November, including a former mayor, a former city councilman and a previous candidate. Wanda Penson, who served as mayor from 2014-2015; Chuck Wise, who vacated his Post 3 … more
Excel Christian Academy is ready for a banner year in 2016-17. Students returning to class at the Cartersville private school Friday will find some new sports programs, new faculty members and a focus on community service. “Our teachers, … more
The chorus of “amens” filling the room made a public hearing on the millage rate seem more like a church service than a government meeting. The Bartow County School Board held the hearing Monday night to give residents a chance to sound off … more
Cartersville attorney Lester Tate held up a long wooden cylinder, clad in metal points at both ends with rectangular holes cut in the middle, and asked if anyone could identify it. Most of the 300 or so attending the Cartersville-Bartow Chamber … more
On display in the Crossroads Gallery through March 26, 2017, Tellus Science Museum’s “Mach Speed” exhibit is providing patrons a closer look at a fighter jet cockpit. “One of our big galleries is Science in Motion that deals with … more
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