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Through Friday, Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter will accept surveys for the first Georgia Balance of State Homeless Veterans Registry. The Cartersville nonprofit is one of 25 partnering agencies that are assisting the Georgia Department of Community … more
Through its First-Time Camper Program, Georgia State Parks is encouraging more guests to experience the adventure of sleeping outdoors. Bartow residents, who have never camped in one of the state’s parks before, will not have to travel far to … more
The electricity in the air indicated that Thursday was no ordinary day at Clear Creek Elementary School. The reason for the excitement was a visit from Atlanta Falcons defensive end Vic Beasley to kick off the Cartersville school’s second … more
Students at Clear Creek Elementary School discovered last week that math and science can be fun and delicious. The Cartersville school marked its fifth annual Pi Day celebration Friday with hands-on science activities and demonstrations and all … more
Through “Memories of the Mansion: The Story of Georgia’s Governor’s Mansion,” readers will gain a glimpse into where eight first families have called home. “The impetus came from Mrs. Deal,” said Catherine Lewis, who coauthored the … more
Last year, Booth Western Art Museum launched a high school art exhibit. This year, middle schoolers were added to the mix. Through April 10, 63 2-D and 3-D works of art by 68 student-artists from city, county and private schools will be on … more
Following Gov. Nathan Deal’s announcement that he will veto House Bill 757, local leaders weighed in on the rejection of the proposed “religious liberty” legislation, which also has been labeled by critics as discriminatory toward the LGBT … more
Staff Report Cartersville Medical Center recently recognized the unique contributions of certified nurses as Certified Nurses Day was observed on Saturday, March 19. “It takes dedication, persistence and perseverance for nurses to achieve and … more
The media center at Emerson Elementary School is anything but the typical quiet library every Thursday afternoon. As soon as the bell rings, the media center begins buzzing with activity as a group of Hispanic students and a group of Heritage … more
Striving to become a spring and summer staple, Euharlee Food Truck Friday will kick off April 8 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. “Euharlee Food Truck Friday started in April 2014 to provide an- other event for our residents and vis- itors to enjoy in our … more
In the dog-eat-dog world of employment, young people need to have every advantage possible to land the job they want. And the Work-Based Learning program at Cartersville High School makes sure its students are as prepared as they can be. WBL … more
From growing chrysanthemums to baking sought-after treats, Stilesboro Improvement Club member Mary Morris takes part in fundraisers throughout the year to help preserve Stilesboro Improvement Academy. While the group’s largest benefit is its … more
History has come to life for students at Adairsville Elementary School this week. About 300 third- through fifth-graders presented the research projects they’d been working on since the beginning of February at the school’s fourth annual Wax … more
Nearing its two-year anniversary mark, Ahmad Hall & Friends recently received the Steeple Awards’ New Artist of the Year title. Based in Bartow County, the gospel group is comprised of Adairsville resident Ahmad Hall and his friends — … more
Bartow County will have two representatives in the State Elementary Science Olympiad Tournament at Kennesaw State University in May. “I am very proud that our students won the region tournament,” said Hamilton Crossing Principal Lynn … more
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