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Photos entered in a local contest provided a glimpse of just how beautiful springtime can be in Georgia. The Cartersville Public Library ended its first Springtime in Georgia Amateur Photography … more
Describing the experience as one of the highlights of her martial arts career, Sara Laterza was thrilled to compete in “Forged in Fire: Knife or Death.” Broadcasting on the History channel, the … more
Albert Jones, owner of the recently opened Reps and Sets at 5943 Joe Frank Harris Parkway in Adairsville, doesn't mince words — in his eyes, today's big-name, franchise gyms have gone soft. … more
Even though Julius Fleschner has only worked at Georgia Highlands College for two weeks, he already is impressed with the post-secondary institution.Fleschner was hired as GHC's dean of libraries and … more
A 27-year-old Cartersville woman died in a wreck Friday night on South Bridge Drive, near South Erwin Street, in Cartersville.According to Bartow County Coroner Joel Guyton, Ashia Williams, 27, of … more
Thrilled to see her 23-year-old son, Johnathan, reach new heights, Kim Henson was delighted to watch him capture a first place ribbon at the Beyond Autism Benefit Horse Show April 21. Diagnosed with … more
Lifelong Cartersville resident Krystalynne King, 31, has long fostered a passion for writing.Whether she's working on poetry, short stories or even full-fledged novels, one can't help but spot a … more
John McCarty, 23, slides his fingers across a laminated alphabet. His mother Joan refers to it as her son's "letter board" — it's his primary means of communicating with the world around … more
Supporting American military troops who are overseas has become a mission for students at South Central Middle School. The Emerson school's Beta Club sponsored its second annual Military March … more
The employee with the longest tenure in the Cartersville City School System is retiring. School Nutrition Director Tracey Morris decided about four months ago to officially hang up her apron … more
After roughly 10 hours of deliberation, jurors found Lance Odell Gregory, 38, guilty of one count of aggravated child molestation and three counts of child molestation in Bartow Superior Court Friday … more
Furthering its mission to “grow people in Christ,” Cartersville First Baptist will embark on the second phase of its Legacy Project Sunday. Starting at 10:30 a.m., the groundbreaking service will … more
A small china rabbit has made a big impact on a group of first-graders at Adairsville Elementary School.Students in Kellie Dailey's class and their parents formed special bonds this year after … more
In honor of her nursing expertise, Teresa Evans received the Ruth B. Freeman Award for Population Health Practice. The accolade was presented to the Cartersville resident at Georgia Public Health … more
The line for the first screening of "Avengers: Infinity War" at the AMC Classic Cartersville 12 theater started forming three hours before showtime Thursday.Ever the passionate fan, Robert Maltz … more
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