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Cartersville Medical Center and the Bartow-Cartersville Drug Task Force will join forces Saturday to "crush" the opioid crisis. Ongoing from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the opioid take-back event will be … more
What was supposed to be a relaxing day off from work and school turned into a tragedy for a Woodland High School family. Assistant Principal/Athletic Director John Howard's 3-year-old son, Rhys, … more
A weeklong trial concluded Friday afternoon with jurors rendering two guilty verdicts against a Cartersville man charged with one count of child molestation and one count of sexual battery against a … more
After putting up with downtown sinkholes for almost half a decade, Cartersville Gas System Director Michael Hill said he can certainly appreciate the department’s new digs off Old Mill Road.“Us … more
Portraying an undercover reporter in the Pumphouse Players' upcoming production, April Branham is looking forward to seeing "Drinking Habits" grace The Legion Theatre's stage in September."I have … more
For Harry Pugliese, winning the Georgia Farm Bureau’s 2012 Hay Contest was an exciting achievement. After entering the competition and finishing in the Top 10 for 10 years, the Kingston … more
Bartow County Superintendent Dr. Phillip Page raised some eyebrows when he said the Read to Grow program would expand from 140 volunteers in its inaugural year to 500 volunteers for the 2019-20 … more
Signaling the launch of United Way of Bartow County's annual campaign, roadside thermometers are taking root in Cartersville to chart the drive's growth. Along with across from Applebee's on East … more
Known for her “kind and caring disposition,” Nancy Allen continues to serve as a source of inspiration at Bartow County’s Relay For Life benefit and The Hope Center’s art therapy … more
For three hours Thursday night, educators from all across metro Atlanta were able to enjoy the Booth Western Art Museum without having a group of students to supervise. To celebrate last … more
A representative of a local civil engineering firm said designs for an estimated $28 million wastewater treatment plant off Hardin Bridge Road are expected to be finished this year, with construction … more
When the school year ended in May, the band students at Woodland High School had no idea they'd have a new director by the time marching season rolled around again.Longtime Director of Bands Eric … more
The Emerson City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve the second readings of two ordinance amendments, which in turn will allow the municipality to begin fining motorists caught  … more
For siblings Paul and Felix Howard, the grill might as well be a part of their DNA. “We come from a long bloodline of people cooking in our family,” said Paul Howard, 45. “Our parents, our … more
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