When the 2018-19 school year starts, the bells signaling the beginning and the end of the school day may be ringing at new times for Cartersville students.
The suspect who allegedly stole a Chick-fil-A van from the parking lot of the business on Nov. 5 has been found, according to a press release from the Cartersville Police Department.
Julianne Meadows, Director of Regional Planning at the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission, opened the weekly Commissioner’s meeting with an update on the Comprehensive Plan in effect for Bartow County and its seven municipalities — Adairsville, Cartersville, White, Kingston, Euharlee, Emerson and Taylorsville.
World War I will take center stage today as the Bartow History Museum opens its temporary exhibit, “Over There: Bartow and The Great War.” The unveiling will coincide with the venue’s Lunch and Learn program featuring Kyle Russell, vice president of the 6th Cavalry Museum in Ft. Oglethorpe, and artist John Cleaveland Jr. at noon.
It was a repeat for Woodland High School.
Students at Woodland Middle School want the veterans in the community to know that their service and sacrifice is remembered and appreciated.
Continuing to provide “a hand up” to those in need, Feed Bartow organizers are reaching out to the community to help serve more than 2,000 people Nov. 22.
Doris Gentry’s faint smile cannot betray her loss.