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The Bartow History Museum is offering a lecture that will shed some light on the embalming process during the Civil War. During the 40-minute lecture, followed by a question-and-answer session, Petersen will discuss the increased necessity and … more
“This was something I felt that God had laid on my heart to do a while back, but I just kind of dismissed it,” said Carla Robinson, Realtor for Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Georgia Properties. “I thought to myself, ‘Surely not me Lord. … more
The Olympic Games in Rio might be over, but the Olympic Games in Bartow County are just getting started.For the 19th year, the Special Olympics for Bartow County/Cartersville City will give 224 special-needs athletes ages 7 to 22 the chance to … more
“Bayley was a three-sport lettering athlete graduate from Gordon Central in 2015,” said Rhonda Moore, Community Engagement representative for Be The Match/Blood Assurance. “As a University of West Georgia football player, healthy and athletic, … more
A late afternoon collision claimed the lives of a pair of motorcycle riders near Adairsville Wednesday evening. At approximately 5:04 p.m. Wednesday, officials with Bartow County Emergency Medical Services, along with numerous other agencies, … more
Visitors at the Cartersville Public Library Wednesday might’ve thought they were in Israel instead of Bartow County. Miller, 55, said she and her son, Abraham, went to Israel to visit her daughter, Naomi, who is in the Israel Defense … more
Bearing the theme “A Little Heart Goes a Long Way,” United Way of Bartow County’s Community Impact Campaign has secured 30 percent of its $605,000 goal.Officially starting Sept. 1, the three-month drive primarily acquires funds through payroll … more
A man who called ahead to make sure the store he was about to rob would still be open is currently wanted by Cartersville police after he robbed a local jewelry store Monday night. Officers with the Cartersville Police Department responded to Kay … more
Continuing to introduce their collections to new audiences, two Cartersville venues will participate in Smithsonian magazine’s 12th annual Museum Day Live! On Saturday, patrons bearing Museum Day Live! tickets will receive free admission to the … more
In celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Day, the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department encourages anglers of all ages to cast their lines at Dellinger Park Lake Saturday. Located at 100 Pine Grove Road, the free fishing event will … more
The Bartow County School Board Monday night unanimously approved transferring $300,000 from the general fund to the debt-service fund to cover the Oct. 1 bond payment until the September SPLOST funds are received. The bond payment is … more
Four Cartersville Middle School students can breathe easier about their future. Eighth-graders Kevin Betancourt, Phaedra Coleman, Azeneth Landaverde and Evans Toviave made up the third group of Cartersville students to receive college … more
A 23-year-old Cartersville man was killed in a single-vehicle wreck that occurred Saturday night on S.R. 20 near Hardin Creek Bridge. At approximately 11 p.m. Saturday night, officials with the Georgia State Patrol and other emergency agencies … more
A 27-year-old man lost his life when he became trapped between two large, pressed cotton bales at an industrial site in Cartersville late Monday afternoon. At approximately 5:22 p.m., both the Cartersville Fire Department and members of the … more
Chattahoochee Technical College is offering help to thousands of metro Atlanta students whose post-secondary careers abruptly ended earlier this month. The college is hosting two information sessions for students who were displaced after ITT … more
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