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A well-known leader in Bartow’s nonprofit sector, Patty Eagar has emerged from retirement to serve as the interim executive director of Hickory Log Vocational School.Bidding farewell to Advocates … more
Chattahoochee Technical College has created an enviable legacy over the past decade.For the 10th consecutive year, 100 percent of students who have graduated from the college’s radiography program … more
Attorneys representing seven individuals arrested in late 2017 as part of the infamous “Cartersville 70” incident have filed a class action lawsuit against the City of Cartersville and numerous … more
Carrying on the tradition of past winners, Grace Weeks is embracing the opportunity to welcome the class of 2020 into the Distinguished Young Women of Bartow County “sisterhood.” Formerly called … more
At Thursday evening’s Cartersville City Council meeting, Adam Fraley of accounting firm Mauldin and Jenkins presented findings from an audit of the municipal government’s fiscal year 2018 … more
Chris Mosley, CEO of Cartersville Medical Center, finds himself in a slightly different situation than he was in this time last year — namely, because he’s not living out of a hotel room and … more
Ears pricked up Monday when Atlanta-based Capital Development Partners submitted a Development of Regional Impact (DRI) application to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. Such an application … more
C.J. Stewart knows firsthand how tough it is to climb out of poverty and overcome obstacles to fulfill one’s dreams, and he’s devoted his life to helping kids chart a course for making that … more
When Dr. David Chiprany was presented with an opportunity to work with Bartow County’s new school superintendent, it was something he couldn’t pass up.Chiprany followed Dr. Phillip Page from Cobb … more
Humbled and excited by the recognition, Ahmad Hall is looking forward to being the guest of honor at the New Frontier of Bartow County’s Walter A. Johnson Roast March 23.“At first I was a little … more
Cindy Mendoza might have started college a little later in life than many students, but that hasn’t kept her from making the most of her experience.The Georgia Highlands College student, who … more
For the first time since 2013, Cartersville City School Board members will consider increasing tuition for out-of-district students.At the work session Thursday night, Finance Committee Chairman Tim … more
A pair of Bartow County restaurants recently recorded unsatisfactory Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) food inspection scores.The Tigers Den Diner at 940 Highway 140 in Adairsville racked up … more
Continuing to bolster funds and awareness for Advocates for Children, the 11th annual Spring Benefit will be presented March 23. Starting at 6 p.m., the four-hour event will take place at the … more
Shining a light on the radio ministry’s vision, Immanuel Broadcasting Network officially changed its name to The Message For You March 5. Based in Cartersville on South Erwin Street, the … more
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