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Serving as Red Top Mountain State Park’s interpretive ranger since May 2015, Hannah Warner welcomes each opportunity to spark a child’s curiosity in Mother Nature. “I love bringing kids outdoors and introducing them to the amazing world … more
With her daughter turning 4 months this week, Tiera Smith is rejoicing in the opportunity to celebrate each of Lillian’s developmental milestones. Currently 7 pounds, 2 ounces, Lillian was born premature at 29 weeks on Dec. 31, 2015, weighing only … more
As construction continues on the future site of the Main Street Market Place, new details about the shopping center are starting to materialize. Anchored by Kroger, which is on pace to open by October, the development at 125 E. Main St. in … more
By all accounts Rico Wills Sr. was a big man. A really, really big man. And his heart was even bigger. Rico Lavelle Wills Sr., 45, a tow truck operator from Adairsville, died from injuries suffered on April 18 as he assisted a disabled motorist … more
As the aquatics coordinator for the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department, Megan Hix is busy preparing for National Water Safety Month and the opening of the city’s outdoor pool season May 21. “I am on the Water Safety Committee with … more
Booth Western Art Museum is giving young artists the chance to feel like Picasso and Van Gogh. The Cartersville museum is sponsoring the seventh annual Bartow County and Cartersville City Schools Elementary and Primary Art Exhibit through … more
After a tumultuous couple of years in Euharlee — the police chief was fired and an interim chief was hired — Mitchell Whitehead, a patrol officer in the department, was named police chief. It was the classic case of stepping from the frying … more
Through Sunday’s Pollinator Festival, AmeriCorps rangers will offer patrons a “day of learning and fun” at Red Top Mountain State Park. “[The festival’s overall purpose is] to bring awareness to the dangers facing safe pollinator … more
Some of Bartow County’s most talented students will get to experience a life-changing event this summer. Six sophomores and juniors from Cass and Woodland high schools have been named Governor’s Honors Program 2016 finalists and will spend … more
Moving almost as fast as the wind blowing outside city hall, the Cartersville City Council breezed through its agenda in record time. After introducing a proclamation declaring April as National Autism Awareness Month, council heard a first … more
In honor of the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death in April, TheatreExtreme will partner with the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority to present an outdoor production of “King Lear.” Opening Friday at 8 p.m., the play … more
As a member of the Atlanta Steeplechase’s board of stewards, Ellen Archer is excited to heighten Bartow’s visibility to out-of-town visitors Saturday. “I was chosen [to serve on the board] because I am the executive director of the … more
Both school systems in Bartow County are cracking down on parents who are illegally sending their children to schools outside their system. At a press conference Wednesday morning at the Cartersville central office, Cartersville City … more
Bartow County has saved nearly $7 million in operating expenses over the last two years, says County Commissioner Steve Taylor. And he has the TAN to prove it. A TAN is a loan from a private financial sector, in this case, Raymond James … more
Describing their decision to secure a reverse mortgage as a positive experience, Chic and Kay Rothschild will share their story with the nation this week on “NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt.” Both 71, the Rothschilds have resided on Woodland … more
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