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Bartow County students are reaching out to their peers in storm-ravished Dougherty County. All 20 schools in the system are collecting school supplies and hygiene products for students affected by the Jan. 22 tornado that struck the south Georgia … more
Continuing to promote the “art of beekeeping," Victor Halbgewachs will kick off the 2017 Bartow Lawn & Garden Seminar series. Set for Tuesday, the Cartersville resident’s “Beginning Beekeeping” presentation will take place from 7 to 8 … more
A BCFD crew was initially dispatched to 561 Cedar Creek Road around 2:13 p.m. to a reported grass woods fire that was threatening nearby structures. Upon arrival, crews began working to extinguish the blaze. Bystanders gathered and one witness … more
“We are excited to participate in the statewide Super Museum Sunday, especially because it encourages people to visit historic sites that are in their own backyards,” said Kim Hatcher, public affairs coordinator for the Parks, Recreation and … more
Cartersville is the first school system in Georgia to employ Milo, a social-therapy humanoid robot that works with autistic students on understanding emotions and expressions and learning social behaviors. The spiky-haired robot — part of the … more
Through his PowerPoint presentation titled “African Americans and Georgia State Parks: A Reflection in a Mirror,” Alton Alford looks forward to interpreting an “important” part of the state’s history Thursday.Starting at 7 p.m., his … more
Excel Christian Academy has completed the first phase of a four-year real estate contract with Cross Point Church with the sale of the auditorium and old cafeteria facility. Excel will continue to operate its private K-12 school and child care at … more
“I joined the NAACP when it was re-established here last year,” said Ramsey, senior pastor of St. Luke A.M.E. Church in Cartersville. “... [With] what the NAACP stood [for] — helping all people, fighting injustices — I felt that being an … more
More than 400 kayakers and canoeists are expected to paddle the Etowah River through Bartow County in June. Paddle Georgia 2017, an annual event organized by Georgia River Network (GRN) and billed as the country’s largest week-long paddle … more
Students at Excel Christian Academy spent last week celebrating their choice of schools. Jan. 22-28 was designated National School Choice Week, a nonpartisan, nonpolitical effort that raises awareness about the school choice options parents have … more
Four years after an EF3 tornado, packing 165 mph winds, tore a wide swath of destruction through Adairsville, the city has for the most part rebuilt. The story was much different just before noon on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013. The tornado carved … more
Clear Creek Elementary School is filled with good students who want to serve their community. The service organization is for fourth- and fifth-graders who maintain all A’s and B’s, with at least three A’s, on each report card and complete … more
A change in the way Chattahoochee Technical College students are getting information has resulted in a change in the structure of two campuses. Making the front-line positions in those two departments available only on designated campuses is a … more
“I go into Southern Muggs for coffee every day and that’s behind the Olive [Tree & Vine] place. So they told me about [the] wine tasting, and I just think that Jennifer is awesome,” said Millsaps, referring to the co-owner of Olive Tree … more
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