Facing an unexpected shortfall in funds, the Cartersville City Council considered contingency plans Thursday to try to finish construction of the Leake Mounds Trail.
The Emerson City Council approved a text amendment to a zoning ordinance Monday that will allow tutoring as a conditional use in a residential area.
To most Bartow Countians, he was simply “the Jesus Man.”
The Adairsville City Council approved a resolution Thursday to apply for a $9 million loan from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) to upgrade the city’s wastewater treatment facilities.
The Kingston City Council approved a resolution Monday to apply to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs for a $750,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor authorized a quit claim deed Wednesday giving five acres of land to the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), the first step in relocating GDOT’s Region 6 headquarters from its present location on U.S. Highway 41, south of Cartersville, to Highland 75 Industrial Park.
Newly elected Kingston Mayor Ronald Casey’s first city council meeting was a short one. Other than approval of last meeting’s minutes and the night’s agenda, the single item up for discussion was water — or the lack of it.
Sometime today, squeezed between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Cartersville store owners say they expect to see crowds of shoppers invade the downtown shopping district.