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The Cartersville City School Board has a number of items to consider and some employees to recognize during its virtual meeting Monday night. At their final meeting of the school year, board … more
The teachers in Bartow County couldn’t help but feel really loved last week. During Teacher Appreciation Week, students, parents, administrators and school board members found a number of ways … more
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to approve the purchase and installation of a new severe weather monitoring system. Cartersville Fire Chief Scott … more
Members of the Cartersville-Bartow County Metropolitan Planning Organization’s policy and technical coordinating committees voted to pursue additional federal funding to construct sidewalks along … more
The number of Georgia patients hospitalized due to the coronavirus has fallen to its lowest total in weeks, Gov. Brian Kemp said Saturday as the state's death toll from COVID-19 reached at least … more
Already sharing a remarkable bond, twin sisters Emylee Gillie and Kaetrina Wohlgemuth drew even closer at the end of April. To their surprise and delight, the 21-year-olds gave birth less than 15 … more
When his body let him know his running days were over, Blake Dudley found a new passion that put less stress on his legs and back. The special education teacher at Cartersville Middle School … more
With a relatively light agenda, Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor blazed through Wednesday morning’s public meeting in roughly six minutes.Among other items, he gave his approval to a … more
Georgia lawmakers due to reconvene the 2020 legislative session next month face a daunting task: plugging a projected budget shortfall of $3 billion to $4 billion inflicted by the coronavirus … more
With visitors flocking to Georgia’s state parks system during the COVID-19 pandemic, some venues had to temporarily limit access to patrons last weekend.“With the beautiful weekends we’ve had … more
For library patrons who are suffering from withdrawal due to not being able to check out materials, help has arrived. While the three branches of the Bartow County Library System still haven’t … more
The Georgia Department of Labor announced midweek that Vista Metals Corp. Specialty Alloys, LLC, intends to lay off 120 employees at its facilities in Adairsville.The permanent layoffs were confirmed … more
Pettit Environmental Preserve will present an open hike Saturday after pausing its public programming due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Everyone is ready to get outside and enjoy nature,” said … more
Clear Creek Elementary School media specialist Sabrina Price just keeps on winning. Barely three months after being named 2020 Bartow County Media Specialist of the Year, the Euharlee resident … more
Gov. Brian Kemp announced Thursday that anyone in Georgia can be tested for coronavirus after expanding the criteria beyond only those with symptoms, health-care workers, the elderly and the … more
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