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The Cartersville City School Board will consider approving the tentative fiscal year 2020 consolidated budget and buying a lot of furniture for two of its schools Monday night.At the work session … more
A Cartersville man told police he believed that three people entered his home under the guise of being traveling salesmen before he realized once they left that they were casing his residence for a … more
A team from Cass Middle School has pulled off a four-peat.Eighth-graders Alex Ghavamian, Hannah Cowart, Ethan Eskew, Evelyn Lynch and D’Angelo Pham won the fifth annual Bartow History Scholars Quiz … more
A 35-year-old Cartersville man pleaded guilty to methamphetamine trafficking in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning, as Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge David K. Smith sentenced Dennis Ronald Wages … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge David K. Smith sentenced a Ball Ground resident to 48 months probation in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning after he pleaded guilty to two counts of illegally … more
While rain may be on the horizon, numerous events are on tap for Saturday across Bartow. From a motorcycle ride to a duck race to a look at the night sky, this weekend is filled with a wide range of … more
Saturday’s Back the Blue Pancake Breakfast will accomplish several things. First, it’s kicking off National Police Week, which is being observed Sunday through Saturday, May 18.Second, … more
Excited to share the art of hand spinning with others, Cartersville resident Leslie Bronson is embracing the opportunity to take part in the fourth annual Maker’s Festival. Presented at Red Top … more
United States Attorney Byung J. Pak gave Wednesday morning's press conference at the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office surrounded by more than two dozen vehicles — and more than a dozen firearms — … more
The Bartow County Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend the rezoning of a parcel along Highway 20 — which is being eyed for a potential mixed-use development — at Monday evening’s … more
Anyone who’s dreamed of visiting Greece will have a chance to vicariously live out that dream through someone who has been there. Cartersville resident Susan Tumlin will share stories and … more
Celestial objects will take center stage at Tellus Science Museum’s National Astronomy Day celebration Saturday. Along with solar viewings, the event will enable patrons to receive a closer look at … more
As part of its Here Matters effort, Synovus recently collected more than 5,000 bottles of water for Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter’s outreach program.“The bottled water drive came about as … a … more
Helping special needs students is something that’s near and dear to Tina Deatherage.For several years, the culinary professional at LongHorn Steakhouse in Cartersville has been equipping high … more
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