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Hikers, chocolate-loving teens and bookworms will all find library-sponsored events to their liking this week. To celebrate February as American Heart Month, adult services assistant Meghan … more
Bartow County’s four high schools have been named Advanced Placement Honor Schools for 2019.Earlier this month, State School Superintendent Richard Woods recognized 230 Georgia high schools in six … more
The Cartersville City Council heard the first reading of a special use permit application for a potential microbrewery on 4 South Tennessee St. at Thursday night’s meeting. The application, filed … more
Striving to foster a “sense of wonder and amusement,” the Booth Western Art Museum is presenting “Treasures from the Vault” through July 28.“We have two blockbuster shows coming in this … more
It may have been midday, but the STARS were shining brightly in Bartow County Wednesday afternoon. The unusual phenomenon was caused by the Cartersville Rotary Club gathering the county’s four … more
Gearing up for Saturday’s sold-out show, Cartersville Dances with the Stars’ participants are busy fine-tuning routines and generating funds to support Bartow’s homeless population. Expected to … more
Keith Milner is a man with a vision — perhaps even a divine one.The pastor of Forever Blessed Church at 51 Maple Ridge Drive in Cartersville said that he and several other ministers have come … more
Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic Development (CBCDOED) Executive Director Melinda Lemmon said that 2018 was a year of challenges and triumphs for the local economy. But at the end of … more
Appealing to the public for patience and support, Lillie Read emphasizes the downtown district is open for business during Cartersville’s water main project.“There’s no question that this … more
The Adairsville Police Department (APD) arrested a 22-year-old woman Saturday and charged her with the second degree murder of her infant son, who died in Sept. 2018, in what police now believe was a … more
A Cass High School senior is competing for one of the highest honors a student can receive.Grace Weeks, 17, was chosen by the Georgia Department of Education in January to represent the state in the … more
History buffs are just clicks away from gaining access into some of Georgia’s most notable landmarks. Unveiling the new resource to patrons at the beginning of 2019, Georgia State Parks & … more
The property at 16 South Erwin St. has sat vacant in downtown Cartersville for years. But according to Bartow-Cartersville Land Bank (BCLB) Board Chair Patrick Nelson, at least one local contractor … more
Tuesday afternoon’s open house meeting was precisely that for the new Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) District 6 headquarters, which opened its doors in White just days before the … more
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