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Bartow County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) Director Dwayne Jamison said the community is now facing a disaster of unprecedented proportions.“It’s not like a tornado or a hurricane or … more
Attending school online the past two weeks has been a different experience for students and educators, but the Cartersville School System is making the best of it.The 4,400-plus pre-K through … more
Members of the Emerson City Council voted unanimously Thursday morning to adopt the emergency provisions of a joint resolution issued by Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor last … more
At this point, Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor said the County’s monitoring of the COVID-19 outbreak is no longer a “daily” task. “In fact, we’re watching it hourly right … more
As Cartersville City Schools’ transportation supervisor, Kim Black has been right in the middle of the operation to get meals delivered to students during the prolonged coronavirus closure.The … more
Providing “fresh, homemade comfort foods just like mom would make,” several community organizations are banding together for the Dinners TOGO outreach. Launched March 17, the offering is … more
Through a recently-established response fund, Community Foundation of Northwest Georgia is furnishing key resources to nonprofits helping area residents during the COVID-19 outbreak.“The purpose of … more
Bartow County officials are in discussions with the developer of a proposed mixed-use development off Highway 20 for a potential “land swap” agreement, which if authorized, would see the local … more
After not seeing their students for two weeks, the administrators, faculty and staff at Hamilton Crossing Elementary School just couldn’t take it anymore. The coronavirus may be keeping them … more
Changing its Facebook cover photo to the words “Hope is greater than fear” March 20, The Salvation Army’s Cartersville Corps is providing assistance and words of comfort to those impacted by … more
Georgia's confirmed coronavirus caseload doubled in just three days to more than 2,190 people infected and 65 deaths, state health officials said Friday.The surge came the day after Gov. Brian Kemp … more
Underscoring the dangerous nature of COVID-19, Shaun Evans is trying to regain his footing after contracting the respiratory illness. After staying in an isolation room at Cartersville Medical Center … more
Shaw announced Thursday it is temporarily closing its Bartow County manufacturing facilities — Plants 12, 13, 15, T1 and 94.The company expects the facilities to reopen early next week, and Shaw … more
Both the City of Cartersville and Bartow County issued emergency declarations Thursday afternoon, set to take effect later today, to address the local COVID-19 outbreak.While there are some minor … more
Despite some rainy weather, Adairsville High School’s FFA chapter took part in several events during the week that celebrates the agricultural industry each year.  During National FFA … more
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