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A police officer killed in the line of duty over the weekend had deep roots in Cartersville, according to those who knew him. Officer Tim Brackeen, of the Shelby (N.C.) Police Department was shot multiple times in the chest while serving a … more
In the name of charity, the Cartersville Service League’s Rummage Sale will provide quality items and unique finds at reduced prices Sept. 15 to 17. “CSL was founded in 1941,” said Tonya Lutjens, who is co-chairing the event with Veronica … more
Greg Ford finally got the chance to work closer to home last year. Ford has lived in Cartersville for the past nine years and had been commuting daily to Atlanta, where he worked at Morehouse School of Medicine and was a faculty member at … more
For Mary Gilreath, a college dare turned into a lifelong commitment to helping save lives through the American Red Cross. Donating blood since 1973, the Cartersville resident reached the 27-gallon mark Tuesday. “I was a freshman in college,” … more
Georgia Highlands College recently honored its employees for their hard work and dedication. The college recognized faculty and staff members for the 2015-16 academic year by handing out six awards at the annual in-service meeting. Three of … more
Flu season isn’t far away, and Harbin Clinic is offering its patients a chance get their flu shots in a quick, easy way. Harbin Clinic Family Medicine Cartersville and Harbin Clinic Pediatrics Cartersville at 150 Gentilly Blvd. will be hosting … more
“I was very happy to be able to save the kitten. I’m a big animal lover and just glad I could help,” Ours said. “... I’ll be with CPD for three years in November. I was previously with Bartow County Sheriff’s Office for four years. I … more
In recognition of his work on The Pumphouse Players’ production of “Duck Hunter Shoots Angel,” Mike Wasson captured directing and lighting design accolades at the Metropolitan Atlanta Theater Award ceremony. The MAT Awards, which highlight … more
Cartersville High School’s aeronautics program has moved into its third year of giving students a sampling of what it would be like to pursue an aeronautical or aviation career. The program, which started during the 2014-15 school year, offers … more
A bomb threat written on a bathroom wall at Woodland Middle School Friday morning turned out to be a prank, according to a press release from the Bartow County School System. The school administration immediately evacuated the school and searched … more
Cartersville City Council opened September with a housekeeping session. In the long run, the monthly cost for the LED lights is no more expensive than conventional fixtures offer. When the city and county joint fire training facility was … more
Registration is underway for the Alzheimer’s Association’s Legal and Financial Planning program Oct. 20. “The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease makes planning for the future more important than ever,” said Rebekah Davis, North Georgia … more
Anyone looking for a great deal on books should head to the Cartersville Public Library this weekend. The Friends of the Library will have its quarterly Used-Book and Multimedia Sale Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the library garage at 429 W. … more
To commemorate the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11, March to the Mountain organizers will present the third annual memorial walk Sept. 10. After attending the March to the Arch event in St. Louis, Missouri, Dustin Dickens was inspired to create a … more
Seems like everyone is getting in on the Pokemon Go craze. Students at Georgia Highlands College’s Cartersville campus are joining the fun this week by participating in the Pokemon Go Extravaganza. Fifty Easter eggs have been hidden all over … more
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