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Members of the Cartersville Planning Commission voted 5-1 Tuesday evening to recommend a special use permit for an applicant looking to open a microbrewery at the old firehouse building on 19 North … more
Striving to chronicle the county’s experience during COVID-19, Bartow History Museum is reaching out to the public for firsthand accounts. “The purpose of this project is to document how … more
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said he continues to see positive signs in the state’s battle against the coronavirus, even as the state's death toll from the virus surpassed 1,500.Kemp said Wednesday … more
An 86-year-old Bartow County man died in an Atlanta hospital after being assaulted days earlier in his home. The Bartow County Sheriff’s Office said in a release that neighbors rushed to assist the … more
During its final meeting of the school year, the Cartersville City School Board recognized the district’s cafeteria staffs and nurses and approved several purchases. To follow … more
Bartow County school officials continue to piece together end-of-year activities for the high schools. The latest decisions that have been announced involve cap and gown pickup for seniors, a … more
Gov. Brian Kemp announced Tuesday he plans to extend mandatory statewide closures for bars and nightclubs in Georgia amid ongoing concerns over coronavirus, which to date has killed nearly 1,500 … more
Following social distancing guidelines, the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce will present a virtual Business After Hours May 21. The Zoom event, which will be sponsored by Styles Auto … more
With just one item on the agenda, Monday evening’s Emerson City Council meeting more or less resembled an impromptu state of the municipality address.While the City’s fiscal year 2020 budget may … more
The City of Cartersville’s financials from March show signs of declining income, but few indications of major profit loss one month into the coronavirus crisis.City officials, however, anticipate … more
Georgia Highlands College is offering students and community members alike a chance to learn some things they may not have ever heard before. As part of the brand-new Lunch and Learn streaming … more
Georgians are increasingly regaining access to outdoor spaces as COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease.The state has now passed 34,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and has had at least … more
With the public’s assistance, Cartersville Service League distributed $43,415 this spring to over 25 organizations.CSL President Leslie Mauldin shared the league’s members “were very pleased” … more
Continuing to lift up the community in prayer, Bartow’s National Day of Prayer service was presented solely on radio and social media Thursday. While this year’s pretaped celebration was … more
Georgia House Majority Whip Trey Kelley said the legislative docket is going to look drastically different when the General Assembly reconvenes in Atlanta next month. “We still have to pass … more
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