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ATLANTA – Mr. Richard E. Drews Jr., CEO for Century Bank of Georgia, Cartersville, has been elected by his peers to serve as 2016-2017 Chairman on the board of directors of the Georgia Bankers Association (GBA). “Rick is a thoughtful, strong … more
To provide relief to area food pantries and the Bartow Give a Kid a Chance offering, United Way of Bartow County’s Christmas in July campaign will kick off Friday. Along with recruiting donors, the nonprofit is seeking groups to host in-house … more
Emerson City Council approved a proposal to ask the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) to modify the structure of a $2.4 million loan made in 2015 for wastewater treatment plant improvements. “It’s not about the amount, it’s the … more
In a called meeting that lasted about three minutes, the Bartow County School Board approved a balanced budget for fiscal year 2017. Board members approved 4-0, with board member Derek Keeney absent, the $113.6 million general fund budget … more
Amelia Island, Fla. – Justice Robert Benham of the Supreme Court of Georgia was honored with the 15th Annual Chief Justice Thomas O. Marshall Professionalism Award, presented June 17 during the Annual Meeting of the State Bar of Georgia. Benham … more
Achieving national industry certification may have been a long, arduous process for Cass High’s construction program, but the students who complete it will reap the benefits once they are ready to enter the workforce. During the 2015-16 school … more
Evolving into a patriotic staple over the past seven years, the Bartow Winds Community Concert Band’s “Celebration of Independence” program also serves as an anniversary gathering for the group’s musicians. Set for Sunday at 7:30 p.m., the … more
While they may possess a miniature stature, children’s playhouses made a substantial statement during Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter’s Transitional Housing Project groundbreaking. On Tuesday, the pint-sized structures marked the sites where … more
Involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes since high school, Shannon Boatfield currently serves as the organization’s area director for Bartow and Polk counties. “Our purpose is simply to impact the world for Jesus Christ through the … more
The camp that took place at Cass High School last week was as much about empowerment as it was about learning something new. Nineteen girls in ninth through 12th grades and a couple of recent graduates participated in the sixth Mentoring a Girl … more
Becoming a “darling” location for shooting road scenes, Red Top Mountain Road will welcome SM Film Production’s “Summer of George” Monday. While it has not been officially confirmed, several media sources are reporting “Spider-Man: … more
Bartow County and the city of Adairsville were two municipalities among 17 statewide that recently received parts of a batch of Roadside and Beautification Council (REBC) grants totalling over $600,000. The grants are aimed at enhancements and … more
As career options in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields continue to grow, so does the need for more training for students. To help rising ninth-graders further develop their skills, Georgia Highlands College and Bartow County … more
With cameras rolling, grinning people slipped shiny shovels into pre-softened red clay as Shaw Industries Group, Inc., officially broke ground for its $24-million think tank, the Create Centre in Cartersville. “The Create Centre is going to be … more
As Independence Day nears, the Cartersville Optimist Club and WBHF FM 100.3 and AM 1450 are putting the finishing touches on the 36th annual Stars, Stripes & Cartersville. Expected to draw thousands of attendees, the patriotic staple on July … more
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