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The roundabouts constructed near three Bartow County schools over the summer are already paying dividends. Since the roundabout — a circular intersection that moves traffic counterclockwise … more
The life story of Jonette Wall sounds like the kind destined for a tragic ending.Sexually abused in her youth. Arrested at least a dozen times. A heavy user of alcohol and drugs for three decades. … more
In their first year shepherding The Salvation Army’s Cartersville Corps, Capts. Tom and Ruth Kenyon are looking forward to the nonprofit’s holiday season. Along with raising funds at Red Kettle … more
Members of the Cartersville City Council heard the first readings of — but took no actions on — two proposed developments at Thursday evening’s public meeting. On the docket first was a … more
A group of Bartow County's brightest students has advanced to the next round of a competition that could offer them a life-changing experience next summer. Twenty-five Bartow County students and … more
Nick Francek needs help from the Bartow County community. Georgia Public Broadcasting has launched a new campaign, Buckle Up Georgia, which focuses on the dangers of not wearing a seat belt, and … more
Last week’s Emerson City Council meeting featured an appearance by LakePoint Sports CEO and President Mark O’Brien, who requested the City include a portion of LakePoint Parkway under a proposed … more
Bartow County residents who plan to hit the road for the long Thanksgiving weekend should head out as early as possible if they want to avoid major traffic headaches. AAA is projecting 49.3 … more
Numbers from the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) indicate that 170 individuals in Bartow County died from drug overdoses in the last decade — with 105 attributed to opioids.The data … more
The aroma of ham, stuffing and sweet potatoes wafted through the air at the Cartersville Civic Center Saturday afternoon, as hundreds convened for the 19th annual Feed the Community Dinner.The dreary … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge D. Scott Smith accepted a motion for continuance in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning, pushing the trial of two Cartersville residents accused of murdering a child … more
Most school systems have their Teachers of the Year, but Cartersville City School District goes a step further. For the past 12 years, the system also has been honoring its Classified Employees … more
Enhancing downtown Adairsville’s “aesthetic beauty,” J. Doyle Rogers’ sculptures and The Photo Fence took center stage Nov. 16.“Saturday, Nov. 16, was Adairsville's signature event — the … more
While Georgia Highlands College saw a slight dip in this year's fall semester enrollment, it continued to have the second-highest number of students among state colleges in Georgia. Only one of … more
Continuing to draw inspiration from “The Polar Express” film, Dave Matthews will once again transform his 20-foot pontoon boat into a festive train for Lights on the Lake. Presented by the Lake … more
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