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“I was totally shocked, because I don’t think I deserved it to tell you the truth,” Tilley said. “I was just overwhelmed that they did this, because they do such a great job and I felt so inadequate to have that honor. But I was very … more
A joint meeting of the Emerson City Council and the Planning & Zoning Commission was held Monday at the old Emerson Elementary School. “This is meant to be a positive, interactive meeting,” Mayor Al Pallone said, “to discuss the roles … more
The latest fatal car accident on Bartow County roads occurred in the early hours of Monday morning. Between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. Monday morning, officials with Bartow County Emergency Medical Services responded to a single-vehicle accident. The … more
“Our Veterans Expo will serve veterans of all ages,” Loudermilk said. “Our team is working hard every day to inform the veterans of the 11th District about the many ways their Congressional office can assist and support them. America has … more
“Bartow Barnstormers was formed in 2016 after a favorite dinner theater in Chattanooga had closed its doors,” said Mark Maddox, the producer and director of “Arsenic & Old Lace.” “My wife, Lois, and I wanted to have something like … more
Although it’s a short school week this week due to fall break, the Bartow County Nutrition Services nonetheless will observe National School Lunch Week Oct. 10-14. Despite being closed Monday and today for fall break, all elementary, middle and … more
With only 28 days left until the 2016 presidential election, Bartow County Board of Elections and Voter Registration employees are preparing for the busiest day of the year. Constitution, and for residents of Kingston, choose a new mayor and city … more
October 6, 2016 – Due to some required water and sewer maintenance that must be completed on West Avenue/113 this weekend, traffic will be detoured to South Bridge and Old Mill Roads. No through traffic will be allowed on Highway 113/West … more
A man was stabbed, and subsequently transported to an Atlanta hospital, late Wednesday night.Bartow County Emergency Medical Services were called to a home on Benfield Circle in Cartersville at 10 p.m. According to Bartow EMS spokesperson Brad … more
The Cartersville Public Library plans to introduce Bartow County to a growing sport that may be unfamiliar to many people in the community. The programs, Raptors R Us and Falconry: An Ancient Sport in a Modern World, will give kids and adults an … more
Sara Bradley is on the path to being a National Merit Scholar. The Woodland High School senior found out last month that she’d been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist after scoring a 1460 on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit … more
“The house was unlivable,” said Robin Hooker, president of the local Habitat for Humanity. “One reason that it’s very adamant that we get it done is because he’s in need of housing and the only way that we can move him into this house was … more
Continuing to provide interactive experiences, Tellus Science Museum will present Heavy Metal in Motion Saturday. “It started in 2010, the idea being making it a real life extension of our transportation gallery — Science in Motion,” Tellus … more
Molly Payne from Taylorsville Elementary, Shelly Abernathy from Hamilton Crossing Elementary, Robin Morrow from Clear Creek Elementary and Lannette Layton from White Elementary gained certification to score the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking … more
Gwen “Granny” Marler, 86, who taught at Cartersville High School for more than 55 years, died Tuesday at her home in Cartersville. The journalism, English and Spanish teacher and longtime adviser of the student newspaper, The Chipper, began … more
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