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On Saturday evening, Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site’s Nighttime Hayrides and Storytelling will bid adieu. Ongoing from 6 to 9 p.m., the event will feature hayrides through the illuminated … more
The Bartow County and Cartersville City school systems saw a mixed bag of results on their CCRPI scores for 2019.Released Friday by the Georgia Department of Education, the College and Career Ready … more
Describing Stilesboro Academy as a “remarkable piece of architecture,” Ann Mascia is encouraging the public to visit the pre-Civil War structure during its most dazzling time of year — its … more
A Cartersville man entered a negotiated plea of guilty to one count of obscene internet contact with a child in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning — a "child," in this case, who turned out to be … more
Pine Log Elementary School received a gift from a grateful alumnus last week. Dean Cowart, lead technician for the Defense Contract Management Agency in Warner Robins, bought an American flag, … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith read the verdict in Bartow Superior Court shortly after 5 p.m. Tuesday — jurors found Kim Lori McCoy, 59, guilty of felony murder.McCoy, of … more
Providing area residents a head start on their holiday shopping, the third annual Christmas Village will be presented Nov. 1 and 2."December is generally a very busy month for everyone with office … more
A woman facing felony murder charges took the witness stand Monday morning, telling jurors in Bartow Superior Court that she shot and killed her 83-year-old ex-husband last year in an act of … more
Cartersville High School Resource Officer Nathan Gifford held up a “Mario Cart” at Monday’s Canes Navigating Reality assembly. Inside the psychedelic packaging was a small vial containing a … more
Joshua Edmonds, executive director of the Georgia Life Alliance, says he wholly expects the Living Infants Fairness and Equality (LIFE) Act — more commonly referred to as the “heartbeat bill” … more
To put it mildly, 2018 was a rollercoaster year for LakePoint Sporting Community.Just 16 days into the new year LakePoint Land, LLC CEO Earl Ehrhart resigned. The organizational shake-up continued on … more
For Allison Laughlin, performing at The Grand Theatre will be a bucket list experience. Now living in Nashville, Tennessee, the former Cartersville resident is one of the lead vocalists in Rebel … more
Bartow County’s three new magnet coordinators may come from different educational backgrounds, but they all have one thing in common – helping students who are passionate about a specific field … more
As a first-year principal, Teri Marley will do just about anything to get her kids to love reading. The new leader of Allatoona Elementary in Acworth received an adult tricycle last week that … more
Considering photography to be her “life song,” Sharon Fuente was shocked and honored to capture three first place awards in the Georgia Professional Photographers Association Print … more
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