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Cartersville High's newest school resource officer received a piece of equipment last week that's vital for all members of law enforcement. Hart, the K-9 officer that's been patrolling the CHS … more
The Emerson City Council approved the second readings of two ordinances at a public meeting Monday evening, officially adopting new municipal rules and regulations on abandoned vehicles and the … more
On Saturday evening, Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site’s Nighttime Hayrides and Storytelling will bid adieu. Ongoing from 6 to 9 p.m., the event will feature hayrides through the illuminated … more
The Bartow County and Cartersville City school systems saw a mixed bag of results on their CCRPI scores for 2019.Released Friday by the Georgia Department of Education, the College and Career Ready … more
Describing Stilesboro Academy as a “remarkable piece of architecture,” Ann Mascia is encouraging the public to visit the pre-Civil War structure during its most dazzling time of year — its … more
A Cartersville man entered a negotiated plea of guilty to one count of obscene internet contact with a child in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning — a "child," in this case, who turned out to be … more
Pine Log Elementary School received a gift from a grateful alumnus last week. Dean Cowart, lead technician for the Defense Contract Management Agency in Warner Robins, bought an American flag, … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith read the verdict in Bartow Superior Court shortly after 5 p.m. Tuesday — jurors found Kim Lori McCoy, 59, guilty of felony murder.McCoy, of … more
Providing area residents a head start on their holiday shopping, the third annual Christmas Village will be presented Nov. 1 and 2."December is generally a very busy month for everyone with office … more
A woman facing felony murder charges took the witness stand Monday morning, telling jurors in Bartow Superior Court that she shot and killed her 83-year-old ex-husband last year in an act of … more
Cartersville High School Resource Officer Nathan Gifford held up a “Mario Cart” at Monday’s Canes Navigating Reality assembly. Inside the psychedelic packaging was a small vial containing a … more
Joshua Edmonds, executive director of the Georgia Life Alliance, says he wholly expects the Living Infants Fairness and Equality (LIFE) Act — more commonly referred to as the “heartbeat bill” … more
To put it mildly, 2018 was a rollercoaster year for LakePoint Sporting Community.Just 16 days into the new year LakePoint Land, LLC CEO Earl Ehrhart resigned. The organizational shake-up continued on … more
For Allison Laughlin, performing at The Grand Theatre will be a bucket list experience. Now living in Nashville, Tennessee, the former Cartersville resident is one of the lead vocalists in Rebel … more
Bartow County’s three new magnet coordinators may come from different educational backgrounds, but they all have one thing in common – helping students who are passionate about a specific field … more
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