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A group of students and faculty members from Georgia Highlands College embarked on a trip this past summer that they won't soon forget. As part of the college's study-abroad program, the group … more
The death of Jordan Towns has left a hole at Adairsville High School that will be hard to fill. The 17-year-old senior, son of Porter Slama and Tina Towns-Slama, was killed Thursday night in a … more
Highlighting the project’s collaborative nature, Bartow’s African-American Heritage Trail captured the 2019 Award of Excellence from the Georgia Downtown Association.“I was absolutely thrilled … more
Thursday evening’s agenda was relatively light for the Cartersville City Council, until a slate of high-dollar water project items hit the docket towards the end of the public meeting.At the top of … more
Members of the Development Authority of Bartow County voted unanimously to approve the issuance of up to $39 million in taxable revenue bonds for a warehouse project off Cass-White Road Friday … more
Of the many ethical, legal and moral questions raised by the mass eviction of hundreds of Bartow County residents at the Budgetel Inn off Carson Loop last week, perhaps the most pressing is one that … more
The official tourist accommodation permit suspension notice filed by the Georgia Department of Public Health Tuesday that resulted in the mass eviction of hundreds of residents at the Budgetel Inn … more
To further the mission of the Interstitial Cystitis Association, Dr. Jeffrey Glen Proctor is organizing the ICA Walk for an IC Cure. Set for Nov. 2, the event will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. at … more
In the midst of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Christian League for Battered Women's staff and supporters continue to “shine a spotlight” on this pressing issue. Along with the nonprofit's … more
Known for his trick-roping skills, Bruce Brannen has turned into a fixture at the Southeastern Cowboy Festival & Symposium. Taking part in the event for more than 10 years, the 71-year-old … more
Students at White Elementary School understand the significance of what America's military men and women are doing for their country. And they appreciate it. For the fifth year, the pre-K … more
Two fundraisers aimed at helping students continue their education set new records for the amount of money generated this year. The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation raised more than $72,000 at its … more
A variety of autumn and Halloween events are planned for visitors who venture into the Cartersville Public Library next week. Adults can take a trip to Japan, a hike through Pine Log and a … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge D. Scott Smith denied a motion to set bond for a Taylorsville resident accused of numerous felonies in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning.According to Bartow County … more
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday to celebrate the recent opening of Harbin Clinic’s new facility at 200 Gentilly Blvd. in Cartersville.Physicians began moving into the roughly 35,000 … more
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