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The 2015 College and Career Ready Performance Index was released Tuesday by the Georgia Department of Education, but changes made since last year’s scores make comparing it to the 2014 report impossible. The report shows, however, that Bartow … more
Describing her garden as a “labor of love,” Cynthia Hayes is delighted to have her property featured on The Magnolia Garden Club’s upcoming Pond and Garden Tour. Located at 415 Waterford Drive in Cartersville, she and her husband, David’s, … more
At Monday night’s meeting, the Cartersville School Board will consider approving new software for pre-K and primary school students and a tentative fiscal year 2017 budget. Superintendent Dr. Howard Hinesley recommended at the board’s work … more
Encouraging sightseers to “break out the camera and capture the beauty of spring,” the Cartersville-Bartow County Convention & Visitors Bureau recently announced The Five Most Photographed Places in Cartersville and Adairsville. Based on … more
Cartersville City Council learned at its scheduled meeting Thursday night that a lawsuit had been filed against the city. Last November, Billy Wright, a Cartersville landowner entered into a contract with TPA Group to sell 100 acres of … more
In honor of National Day of Prayer, hundreds of worshippers gathered near the steps of the Frank Moore Administration and Judicial Center in Cartersville Thursday. Regarded as one of the largest National Day of Prayer offerings in the Southeast, … more
In 2014, Cartersville Medical Center in Cartersville generated more than $227,465,038 in revenue for the local and state economy, according to a recent report by the Georgia Hospital Association, the state’s largest hospital trade … more
In its third offering, the May Market at Rose Lawn is quickly becoming a crowd favorite, with some patrons favoring the spring event over the venue’s established fall arts festival. Presented when many of the property’s more than 200 rose … more
Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed a bill Tuesday that would’ve allowed licensed gun owners to carry their weapons on college campuses. House Bill 859, known as the campus carry bill, would have amended the Official Code of Georgia Annotated to give … more
The appearance of a possible conflict of interest led the Bartow County Board of Elections and Voter Registration to hold a called meeting to replace its attorney. “This is short, sweet and to the point,” said Elections Supervisor Joseph … more
The Euharlee City Council spent the better part of 30 minutes doing a little spring cleaning Tuesday night. Police chief Mitchell Whitehead saw his wish list come true when the council approved a $12,700 expenditure for new computers and mounting … more
An early-morning wreck in North Bartow County claimed the life of one motorist on I-75 near Adairsville. The one-vehicle accident occurred at some point in the early hours Tuesday morning, as the Georgia State Patrol received a call at 6:44 a.m. … more
Improvisational comedy will take center stage Friday as TheatreExtreme Inc. presents “Comedy & Beer.” Geared toward a mature audience, the Improv Night will begin at 8 p.m. at The City Loft, 110 N. Museum St. in Cartersville. “The show … more
Downtown Cartersville will look like Fashion Week in New York this weekend. The Cartersville Downtown Development Authority has partnered with the Bartow County College and Career Academy to present “Downtown Style: A Fashion Experience” … more
To help mark its 85th anniversary, the Georgia State Park system recently launched the Birthday Bash Geocache. Guided by a hand-held GPS, explorers search for hidden caches in participating parks across the state. “We were brainstorming ideas … more
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