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A 37-year-old Rydal man was arrested and charged Sunday with aggravated assault and battery by Adairsville Police after allegedly climbing into a female friend's bed and then hitting her in the face … more
As the winner of the People’s Choice Award, Katie Knight Jones was an integral part of Cartersville Dances with the Stars’ record-setting year. The Cartersville resident raised $51,458 for the … more
Georgia Highlands College is hosting an event that will focus on a period in American history that has relevance to the current time.Adjunct history professor Dr. Andrew Jones will be interviewing … more
A new pilot program started in four Bartow County elementary schools this year has seen such tremendous results that it will be offered at all 12 elementary schools next year. Last summer, the … more
A 21-year-old Cartersville resident was arraigned Monday in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia on a litany of charges in connection to a foreign investment scheme … more
Shortly after brokering a $12.5 million deal to sell the Cartersville Crossing Shopping Center off Main Street last year, Mark Harris had a discussion with the head of New York-based Eckstein … more
Pending a deluge of rainfall doesn’t put a damper on the plan, C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. is set to demolish one of the bridges along Joe Frank Harris Parkway spanning over Tennessee Street this … more
Considering the size and scope of the proposed Rome-Cartersville Development Corridor (RCDC) project, it’s only fitting that Tuesday evening’s public information session hosted by the Georgia … more
Serving as an integral part of Bartow’s performing arts community, Terri Kayser is delighted to help students develop into “technically strong and creative” dancers. Along with serving as … more
For Todd Dean, following in the footsteps of his forebears is an honor. A 2010 graduate of Cartersville High School, the 27-year-old is the president and co-founder of The Circle of Advancement.“My … more
With the gains that have been made with Read to Grow in just a few months, Bartow County Superintendent Dr. Phillip Page has decided to expand the program to the remaining eight schools for the … more
A Florida man was sentenced to 50 years — with the first 20 to be served in prison — after pleading guilty to two counts of child molestation and one count of sodomy in Bartow Superior Court … more
As spring approaches, Bartow County residents might be looking for ways to develop better health habits, and a series of new library programs may offer just what they need. The Cartersville … more
Two Cass High seniors saw a vision they had in December come to fruition this week. Marriah Howard and Jordin McCullough wanted to have a Black History Fair in February in honor of Black History … more
Striving to bolster awareness and funds for The Hope Center Foundation, the Cookin' on the Creek and Show for Hope benefits will be presented this month.“Without Shelia Mills, John Hale, Terry … more
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