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A Cartersville woman has been accused in a recent rash of three separate house fires. Dorothy Denice Clark, of Cartersville, has been arrested and charged with setting fires at three different residences within the city within the last … more
Hugging her principal, Jeff Hogan, Ashley Chupp let the tears flow after being named the Cartersville City School System Teacher of the Year. Chupp, the middle school’s Teacher of the Year, learned she had been selected as the system winner … more
Conspiracy theories will take center stage in The Pumphouse Players’ next production, “Yankee Tavern.” Opening Friday at 8 p.m., the play will be presented at The Legion Theatre, 114 W. Main St. in Cartersville. “When I read the script, I … more
Students in Bartow County kept more than 280 tons of recyclable garbage out of the landfill during the 2015-16 school year. The 25 public and private schools in the county as well as the Bartow County central office participated in Keep Bartow … more
A group of Emerson residents turned out 35-strong at Monday’s city council meeting to voice their disatisfaction with a plan to rezone their comfortable neighborhood into a business district. Fast Find Properties asked the council to rezone an … more
An Adairsville man injured in a Saturday afternoon motorcycle accident has died. According to a release from the Cartersville Police Department, Adairsville native Christian Tyler Soli, 23, was fatally injured in a wreck that occurred on U.S. … more
Cheri Mattox-Carroll has spent the past 21 years helping college students with whatever they’ve needed to succeed. Chattahoochee Technical College’s director of counseling services — recently appointed to that position after being director … more
Two students in Cartersville Schools Foundation’s first GateKey Scholars class are graduating from college this month. Mia Robinson and Ty Downer, both 22, were among the 16 students — five fifth-graders, 10 eighth-graders and one … more
Starting with intimate prayer gatherings May 2, four days of National Day of Prayer festivities culminated Thursday in a sea of unity. Regarded as one of the largest National Day of Prayer offerings in the Southeast, the noon event drew an estimated … more
With her 3-year-old son, Micah, at her side, Jessica Mitcham eagerly waited at her desk as her two oldest children jotted down messages of endearment. In honor of Mother’s Day, Emily, 6, and 8-year-old Asa both wrote on bright sheets of paper, … more
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
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