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Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s message since childhood, the Rev. Reginald T. LaGrone will play an integral role in Bartow’s King Holiday Weekend celebration. A resident of Dallas, the … more
Commending the “swift action” of volunteers and area residents, Katie Gobbi — and other Euharlee and county officials — are still assessing the storm damage at Black Pioneers Cemetery. … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge David K. Smith sentenced a 21-year-old Cartersville man to 20 years after he pled guilty to one count of statutory rape in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge David K. Smith rejected a motion to lower bond for a Rockmart man accused of committing several sex crimes against a child in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday … more
Members of the Emerson City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve a resolution to apply for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) via the United States Department of Housing and … more
During the 12th annual For the Love of Art Gala & Art Auction, Martin Grelle will receive the 2020 Booth Artist of Excellence Award. “Martin Grelle was chosen as our award recipient … more
Referred to as a “very valuable member” of Bartow County Fire Department’s team, Sgt. Jessie Aliberti was awarded a proclamation from Georgia’s Insurance and Safety Fire commissioner, … more
The Bartow County community has banded together this week to encourage parents to make sure their children get an adequate amount of sleep every night.The Community Prosperity Council has partnered … more
The Bartow County School Board elected officers and amended the fiscal year 2020 budget at its first meeting of the new year. After re-electing Fred Kittle and Derek Keeney as chairman and vice … more
Continuing to generate essential funds for the Etowah Valley Humane Society, Casino Night: Place Your Bets on Homeless Pets will be presented Feb. 15. In its 12th year, the benefit will have new … more
Members of the Development Authority of Cartersville (DAC) voted unanimously Monday to approve a memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreement with Anheuser-Busch, LLC, potentially paving the way for a … more
The Cartersville City School Board's first meeting of 2020 Monday night covered all the usual January housekeeping measures but also included a twist. After the four school principals gave their … more
Two historic sites in Euharlee were severely damaged in Saturday’s heavy storms. A significant portion of the Euharlee Presbyterian Church roof was knocked off while several large trees were … more
For Sam Franklin Jr., strolling through the 1869 Courthouse building is a trip down memory lane. Currently housing the Bartow History Museum, the historic structure was home to Henshaw & Franklin … more
Creating more “face-time” opportunities with patrons, Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site’s staff will present Museum Tour events Thursday and Jan. 22. The guided tours will be offered … more
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