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A group of Cass High theater students made a good showing at a national theater competition last week.Six young actors earned the right to compete in the individual events at the weeklong … more
Adairsville High School’s construction students extended their Top 10 streak at the national SkillsUSA Championships last week. The four-member TeamWorks team — recent graduate Hamilton … more
State prosecutors sought a 15-year, two-years-to-serve sentence for a Cartersville man who pleaded guilty to using a computer service to solicit a person he believed to be a child to commit an … more
For Carol McNavish, participating in Paddle Georgia has turned into a “big family reunion.” Through the canoe and kayak voyage, the Cartersville resident has explored more than 1,300 miles of … more
The summer keeps getting busier and busier for the Bartow County Library System. All three libraries have some stellar events planned for kids, teens, adults and families during the next … more
Georgia Highlands College may be sitting on one of the best-kept secrets in Bartow County. The library on its Cartersville campus, as well as libraries at its Rome, Dallas and Douglasville … more
With Pettit Environmental Preserve’s Explore Nature Saturdays program and golf tournament on the horizon, nature enthusiasts will have ample opportunity to explore and support the 70-acre … more
A Cedartown woman is facing multiple drug charges after Adairsville Police officers stopped her for speeding on Highway 140 near Shake Rag Road Wednesday and allegedly found marijuana, cocaine, … more
The reading of the Declaration of Independence on the steps of the 1902 Bartow County Courthouse has been a local Fourth of July tradition for several years. At the 2019 event held Wednesday … more
Several education bills passed this year by the Georgia General Assembly and signed by Gov. Brian Kemp went into effect Monday. Among the most noteworthy are new laws regarding dyslexia … more
Another month, another White City Council meeting anchored around the ongoing Richards Road dilemma.“It was like I told you when we started this project, Richards Road was going to be a long, … more
From double-ball to lawn darts, ancient forms of entertainment will step into the limelight during Etowah Games Day. Ongoing from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, the event will be presented at the Etowah … more
The City of Cartersville is mulling a proposed ordinance revision that would make changes to the number of dogs residents are allowed to own within the municipal limits.The proposal alters the … more
For kids who are missing the STEM activities they do in school, Georgia Highlands College is offering two weeklong science camps in July that can tide them over until classes start in … more
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