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In the heart of Adairsville and Cartersville, live music will take center stage Saturday, courtesy of the BBQ & Blues Festival and Music by the Tracks.Gearing up for the fourth annual … more
After no one showed up at the public hearing, the Cartersville City School Board voted 7-0 to approve the tentative fiscal year 2020 consolidated budget at its monthly meeting Monday night.The … more
A notorious, Kansas-based church deemed a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League has announced plans for a protest of Cartersville’s Anheuser-Busch … more
This might just be the tastiest book club ever started.In March, Adult Services Coordinator Nicole Klein began the monthly Books & Bites: Cookbook Club, a combination potluck meal and book club … more
A former Duck Derby volunteer became the latest grand prize winner of the Advocates for Children’s annual benefit. Cartersville resident Susan Simonton “adopted” 50 ducks in a Very Important … more
At most planning commission meetings, agenda items are either recommended for approval or denial before proceeding to the next step in the bureaucratic process.But at Tuesday evening’s Cartersville … more
The Adairsville City Council voted unanimously to approve a new sewer use ordinance at Thursday evening’s public meeting, which seeks to create uniform requirements for the local government’s … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor approved an agreement with a Shaw Industries Group, Inc. subsidiary to install what he described as "miracle field" turf at Hamilton Crossing Park at a public … more
Serving as a surrogate parent to numerous youth at Flowering Branch Children’s Shelter, Lyndsey Wilson is excited to celebrate her first Mother’s Day today. Directing FBCS since 2015, the … more
Calling her property a “little piece of paradise,” Teresa LeMay is thrilled to have her yard featured on The Magnolia Garden Club's Pond and Garden Tour. On Saturday, her and her husband’s … more
Students and parents at Hamilton Crossing Elementary were able to take a trip around the world that didn’t cost them anything but about an hour of their time. The 36 third- through fifth-grade … more
Coming from a very large family, Oreal Oladele seemed destined to have kids of her own one day. And she does, just not quite as many as some of her ancestors. The new school nutrition … more
Even though he’s had a successful career in law enforcement, Lt. Mark Anderson still had a nagging regret hanging over his head — he had never completed his bachelor’s degree.So in August 2017, … more
Known for her “caring demeanor and beautiful voice,” Carmen Green continues to uplift patients at Cartersville Medical Center. Singing since the age of 3, the Calhoun resident now uses her voice … more
With more than three decades of experience to draw from in the hospitality industry, David Friederich was recently appointed president of Barnsley Resort.“I’ve held numerous leadership positions … more
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