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Dr. Amy Holland, a Marietta-based psychiatrist, filed ARZ-2063 hoping to convert the rambling home to a wellness clinic. But after a particularly contentious zoning hearing Monday, where one person was removed by sheriff’s deputies, her last … more
Chattahoochee Technical College is offering a summer camp for kids who want more than the traditional summer-camp activities. For the first time, the college has partnered with Builder Bunch for a series of camp sessions for LEGO lovers ages 6 to … more
In the second annual Georgia Eats, a pair of Cartersville restaurants are featured in the official state culinary guide’s “100 Plates Locals Love.” Presented by the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division, the … more
Two men who were charged and convicted for the 2015 murder of a Bartow County man have been sentenced. Arrick DeAndre Camps, 21, and Bernard Mario Dixon, 21, were found guilty in the murder of White resident Robert Ashley Carr. Last week, the two … more
For Betty “Becky” Lou Ennis Arrington, the upcoming Atco village reunion will be a joyous time to reconnect with former neighbors and childhood friends. Featuring a 1 p.m. covered dish luncheon, the gathering will be held at the Atco Clubhouse, … more
A Bartow County teenager was transported to a local hospitcal Sunday after suffering multiple injuries in an ATV accident near Euharlee. Officials with Bartow County Emergency Services responded to a call on Rogers Road near Euharlee Sunday … more
The Bartow County School Board approved its first balanced budget since 2011 Monday night. At a called meeting, board members approved 5-0 a tentative consolidated budget of $160,902,231 in overall revenues and $183,299,090 in expenditures for … more
When ailing Kingston mayor Ron Casey failed to attend his third consecutive city council meeting Monday, some began wondering aloud if it were time for someone in better health to take the helm. “The city charter says you must replace an … more
Sean Callahan had more than one reason for accepting a teaching position at Georgia Highlands College three years ago. “Georgia Highlands was good for me for several reasons,” the associate professor of psychology said. “It was a good fit … more
In honor of the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11, Modern Woodmen of America kicked of its Everyday Hero program Wednesday, presenting awards to Investigator Adam Belcher and Officer Michael Patton, both with the Cartersville Police Department. “The … more
The Etowah Scholarship Foundation lifted a little weight off the shoulders of roughly 200 college students Thursday night. The nonprofit organization awarded 225 scholarships valued at $215,000 to 207 college or college-bound students at its … more
With the Northwest Georgia Daylily Society Garden Tour quickly approaching, David Bishop is eager to introduce attendees to the showy perennial’s never-ending shapes and hues. Along with his Shady Rest Gardens being featured, Bishop and his wife, … more
The Bartow County teenager injured in a wreck Thursday evening was Garrett Geros, a rising junior football player and wrestler at Cartersville High. Geros was flown to Grady Memorial Hospital after a one-vehicle accident on Mission … more
Fears of environmental testing by Houston-based Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. (TRANSCO) has some Bartow land owners concerned that a planned natural gas pipeline submerged under the Etowah River may cause irreparable damage to an already … more
For the first time in its 19-year history, Loomis Bros. Circus will perform in Cartersville June 15 and 16, as part of the show’s 2016 Summer Fun Tour. Presentations will take place at the Bartow County Saddle Club, 43 Saddle Club Drive. Showtimes … more
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