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The Cartersville Public Library is getting ready to celebrate. In 2006, a new $7.5 million expanded library facility opened its doors to the public, and now, the 29 employees as well as Friends of the Library members are inviting patrons to … more
Striving to meet the needs of Bartow children in state custody, TREK Foster Care is reaching out to the community to increase the number of local foster families. “There are approximately 350 children in custody in Bartow County and around … more
The governing board of Highland Rivers Health reaffirmed its confidence in its leaders. For fiscal year 2017, the 14-member board of one of the state's largest public safety net providers elected Chief Judge Allen Wigington of the Magistrate … more
For the third consecutive year, the Cartersville City School Board has reduced its millage rate. At its July meeting, the board approved 6-0, with board member Floyd Braid out of town, the rollback millage rate of 16.52 mills for fiscal year … more
Describing her reaction as a “Christmas in July feeling,” Keep Bartow Beautiful Director of Programs Missy Phillips recently was overjoyed to discover the Fish Attractor Site program at Lake Allatoona was paying off. From Dec. 26, 2015, to … more
The Chattahoochee Technical College Police Department wants Bartow County residents to survive an active-shooter situation should they ever be involved in one. The June 12 massacre at an Orlando nightclub that left 49 people dead and 53 others … more
When the Cartersville City Council denied his request in February to rezone 65 acres of residential property to industrial, landowner, Billy Wright vowed, “I’m not going anywhere.” Thursday night, true to his word, Wright’s attorney was … more
There has been an inflation in foot traffic through dowtown Cartersville recently, particularly at night, as young people wander around the city with cell phones out and backpacks on with battery chargers in hand. Who is to blame? Video games, of … more
Anyone who hasn’t checked the Georgia Highlands College website in a while will be in for a surprise when they visit it now. “Over the years, Georgia Highlands College’s old website had become increasingly cluttered, unfocused and … more
Continuing to help Bartow’s youth “gain confidence and mastery of their theater skills,” The Grand Theatre will wrap up its Summer Music Theatre Camps with a presentation of “Oklahoma!” Performed by the Senior High Camp, the musical will … more
Due to Cartersville Medical Center’s ability to enhance the care of its cardiac and neurological patients, the organization recently captured the statewide Community Leadership Award. “We are very excited to win the GHA (Georgia Hospital … more
The Cartersville Public Library needs more interest in Pinterest. The July meeting of the monthly Pinterest Craft Club may be the last if more people don’t start participating in the 90-minute crafting sessions each month. “We’ve had … more
Courtesy of a grant from Healthcare Research Inc., the Alzheimer’s Association’s Georgia chapter will present complimentary instruction for professional caregivers. Titled Foundations of Demential Care Training, the program will be held Aug. 23 … more
With a pair of events on tap for Saturday, the Booth Western Art Museum will be bustling with activity. Along with the National Day of the Cowboy Celebration from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the museum’s festival grounds, the Member Appreciation: Family … more
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