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Kicking off Thursday, the Cartersville Service League's Rummage Sale will provide shoppers the opportunity to mix bargain hunting and philanthropy."The Cartersville Service League has been holding … more
The Cartersville City School Board Monday night approved a few trips and rental requests for the school system. Board members approved 7-0 an overnight trip for the high school's Future Business … more
The City of Adairsville has filed an application with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for a 48.57-acre economic development that "warrants regional review," according to … more
A local developer has plans to construct a new, 64-unit multifamily housing project near Woody Road in Adairsville. The roughly 21-acre site would be developed by Broadmoor Court, LP. … more
A new community-driven initiative called Read to Grow has some Bartow County educators believing the “secret ingredient” to literacy success has been found.Six months ago, a group of … more
At Monday night's meeting, the Cartersville City School Board will consider approving some trips and rental requests for the school system. In a work session that took less than 10 minutes … more
The Cartersville City Council began Thursday's meeting with three public hearings. The first preceded the second reading of AZ18-02, a request to annex a .69 acre lot at 539 Rowland Springs Road into … more
Known for its extensive collection of contemporary Western art, the Booth Western Art Museum is looking to the past to help mark its 15th anniversary. Opening today, “Treasures From the Frederic … more
According to the famed Danish author Hans Christian Andersen, "just living is not enough." Indeed, he said individuals require three more things to be truly happy and content — "sunshine, freedom … more
Pop art icon Andy Warhol popularized the notion that individuals are entitled to at least 15 minutes of fame in their lifetimes. For Adairsville resident Christopher Warren Smith, his time in … more
A Euharlee Elementary fourth-grader spent her summer proving that kids aren't too young to make a difference in their community.Nine-year-old Samantha Gough raised $650 for three local charities by … more
Returning Sept. 22, Bartow History Museum's bus tour will spotlight numerous agricultural sites across the county."For the past several years, we have offered a bus tour to visit and to highlight … more
Creating a "space where community arts can flourish," organizers of The Photo Fence are excited to promote the upcoming public arts project. Currently seeking entries for the exhibit, the offering … more
A fatal car wreck on South Bridge Drive in Cartersville was one of two major accidents on Highway 41 Friday morning.The first wreck was on Gentilly Boulevard by the Cartersville Home Depot at around … more
A change in Georgia law regarding school buses that took effect in July has some school officials concerned for their students' safety.House Bill 978, signed into law by Gov. Nathan Deal in May, … more
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