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Although Cory Brown had grown up in the funeral profession, she had no desire to become part of it, until she lost a wrestling match with God. The general manager of Owen Funeral Home in … more
Sisters Alexia Crisp and Kayli Hilburn may have gone to Mexico during their summer vacation, but it wasn't to soak up on the sun on the beach in Cozumel or to visit the ancient Mayan ruins on the … more
As the renovation project nears completion, Ron Goss Jr. is delighted to see the former First National Bank building return to its former glory."I can’t help but be excited as this project … more
This year marks the 180th anniversary of the Trail of Tears — an event Walter Knapp, vice president of the Georgia Chapter of the Trail of Tears Association, refers to as both "the … more
"The Great American Read" is searching for the country’s best-loved novel, and the Cartersville Public Library is one of the first stops in Georgia on that quest. Hosted by PBS, the campaign … more
In its third year, Bartow County Cooperative Extension Office's food preservation series is furthering the agency's mission "to extend lifelong learning from the University of Georgia to the everyday … more
Striving to "build local safety nets," Georgia Division of Family and Children Services' State of Hope initiative looks to spur community collaboration.According to a news release from Georgia DFCS, … more
Bartow County Superior Court jurors, after a day of deliberation, found a Cartersville man guilty on 15 charges Thursday morning, including one count of rape, one count of incest and four … more
Continuing to honor the memory of his late wife, Darlene, Adairsville Mayor Pro Tem Buddy Bagley will present his ninth annual motorcycle ride July 14. As in past years, the benefit will generate … more
Hopefully, a shorter July Fourth travel period will cut down on the number of traffic fatalities reported in Georgia during last year's holiday. In 2017, 17 people — two in Bartow County — … more
For the first time in more than 12 years, students at Kingston Elementary won't have to attend class in a mobile unit. The portable units that served as classrooms for so long were all removed … more
Continuing to "serve the greater good," the Cartersville-Bartow Community Foundation awarded Tranquility House — Christian League for Battered Women a $3,000 grant during its spring grant … more
This year's reading of the Declaration of Independence at the historic Bartow County Courthouse carried with it not a celebratory tone, but a mournful one. The annual Bartow County Bar … more
Georgia Highlands College's advancement team had another sparkling year on the national level.The college's advancement division brought home 12 awards — seven gold, two silver and three bronze — … more
Urging Independence Day celebrants to "leave the fireworks to the professionals," Cartersville Fire Marshal Mark Hathaway underscores the importance of handling pyrotechnics with care."We have seen … more
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