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Due to unanticipated utility revenues, the Adairsville City Council voted Thursday, July 21 to reduce the city millage rate from 3.63 mills to 3.4 mills. Madison said the millage information must be advertised by July 30. The council approved … more
Brandon Bryson overcame an early deficit to win Tuesday’s runoff election for Chief Magistrate Judge. Early returns showed Bryson trailing Bobby Wilson, but he soon passed Wilson and never looked back, winning 65 percent of the vote (2,666) … more
When Bartow County’s 13,000-plus students head back to class Aug. 3, they’ll begin a new year that will include less standardized testing, a new program to improve behavior at some schools and laptops for all fourth- through … more
The numbers just keep climbing for Georgia Highlands College. For the third consecutive semester, GHC has seen a significant increase in enrollment from the previous year. The summer semester enrollment jumped almost 10 percent over last … more
A Bartow County woman who was wanted on charges of armed robbery was arrested earlier this month at an apartment complex in Sandy Springs. Police took Ashley Marie Naiser, 26, of White, into custody July 12 along with her companion Johnny Dewayne … more
A tiny tortoise named Little Foot and a Madagascar hissing cockroach will be among the guests of honor at Tellus Science Museum’s Lunch and Learn program today. Titled “Zoo Atlanta presents Living Fossils,” the offering will be held in the … more
It may seem like the last day of school was just yesterday, but the 4,300 students in the Cartersville City School District are getting ready to head back to class. When the bell rings Aug. 3, students at each of the four schools and the pre-K … more
After picking up several Metropolitan Atlanta Theater Award nominations for its musical “Godspell,” The Pumphouse Players’ production of “Duck Hunter Shoots Angel” recently received eight nods in the play division. The MAT accolades, which … more
Bartow County voters go to the polls today to decide who will be the next chief magistrate judge replacing the retiring Thomas E. Moseley.Of the five-candidates running for chief magistrate in May, no one received a majority of the vote, forcing the … more
The Etowah Valley Historical Society is sponsoring an event about the historically famous Mattie Lee Price from Stilesboro Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Stiles Auditorium in the old Cherokee School building at 320 W. Cherokee Ave. in … more
Parents should register their children as soon as possible to avoid long lines as the start of the school year draws near. For complete details on items needed to register students and directions to the central registration office, visit … more
One week after two people were murdered inside the bedroom of their Bartow County home, an arrest warrant was issued Monday for the man accused of killing the pair. Humberto J. “Beto” Lobo Renaud, of Marietta, will be charged with killing … more
The Cartersville Fire and Cartersville Police departments are seeking information about a fire that broke out at 152 Jones St. in Cartersville July 6 at approximately 12:30 a.m. Cartersville Fire Marshal Mark Hathaway said in a press release that … more
Operating under the motto “the show must go on,” Red Top Mountain State Park officials are looking optimistically toward the future, with programming continuing in spite of a fire that substantially damaged the park office building June … more
Sherry Dysart had a hand in building North Metro Technical Institute from the ground up. The director of payroll and personnel at Chattahoochee Technical College was one of the first employees of North Metro Tech (later North Metro College) — … more
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