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Members of the Development Authority of Bartow County (DABC) voted unanimously Friday morning to approve a $30 million bond resolution for the Georgia North Logistics Center 2, LLC project in … more
When it comes to Georgia’s 11th Congressional District race, Federal Election Commission (FEC) data indicates Republican incumbent Barry Loudermilk has received nearly triple the campaign … more
After a year of being thrown one curveball after another, Cartersville High School’s Class of 2020 received a touching graduation surprise from its administrators and staff.Since Tuesday morning, … more
Four Cartersville educators will never forget the year in which their peers voted them Teacher of the Year for their school.Earlier this month, Kristen Kearney from Cartersville Primary, Emma James … more
Answering the call to ministry late in life, Jacob Burson is serving as the lead pastor at Emerson United Methodist Church and community engagement pastor at Trinity at The Well.“I helped plant … more
Striving to provide extra “life insurance” for people enjoying Lake Allatoona’s cool water and refreshing breezes, Chris Day is helping extend the life jacket loaner service in the midst of … more
No action was taken on a proposed intergovernmental agreement that would bring a new Etowah River boat launch to Douthit Ferry Road at Thursday evening’s Cartersville City Council meeting.The … more
While a new event is transpiring at American Legion Carl Boyd Post 42’s fairgrounds over Memorial Day weekend, a signature remembrance is being postponed. “We have postponed the Memorial Day … more
After working for almost half a century, Pankaj Daiya is finally ready to call it a day. The director of maintenance and facilities for the Bartow County School System will be retiring June 30 … more
The coronavirus shutdown enabled two Georgia colleges to make history earlier this month.Georgia Highlands College and Georgia Piedmont Technical College participated in their first-ever virtual … more
Vice President Mike Pence on Friday praised Georgia’s decision to quickly reopen businesses during the coronavirus outbreak during a visit to the state that included lunch with the governor at an … more
Cartersville-Bartow County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) transportation planner Tom Sills said there could be some big changes coming to the organization’s next unified planning work … more
Virus or no virus, the show must go on.And with the help of technology, it did. While the Booth Western Art Museum was unable to host this year’s Primary and Elementary School Art Exhibit in … more
Gov. Brian Kemp urged Georgians Thursday to have patience with public health officials amid reports over questionable data-keeping methods for positive cases of coronavirus in the state. The … more
Delivering nourishment to fellow truck drivers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, social media personality Brittney Richardson set up shop Monday in Adairsville. The truck driver, who has … more
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