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Describing the venue as a “magical place,” Dee Dellinger Bishop continues to celebrate a bevy of milestones at Pettit Environmental Preserve.As the president of the Pettit Preserve’s board of … more
An attorney for a man facing child exploitation charges invoked the Eighth Amendment in Bartow Superior Court Monday morning, claiming that Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Jeffrey A. Watkins’ … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor approved a rezoning request from a developer looking to a bring a first-of-its-kind workforce housing development to the community at a public meeting on … more
The first reading of a proposed pub crawl ordinance inspired spirited discussion at Thursday evening’s Cartersville City Council meeting. The formal permitting process for hosting pub crawl … more
Cartersville Urgent Care’s second location opened its doors to the public Tuesday.As Cartersville Medical Center CEO Chris Mosley emphasized, the additional site grants Bartow residents greater … more
Referred to as a “champion for diversity and community outreach,” Trey Benham is delighted to serve as vice chairman for the American Red Cross of Northwest Georgia's board of directors. The … more
Thanks to a new state law, Bartow County students now have five less high-stakes standardized tests to take every school year. In July, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp eliminated half of the Georgia … more
Even a global pandemic wasn’t going to prevent the Booth Western Art Museum from providing its eagerly anticipated educational field trips for students who visit from across the state. So … more
Bartow County's libraries are heading into fall with a birthday celebration and some seasonal activities.The employees at the Cartersville branch are wishing their lovable dragon mascot, Booksby, a … more
There are quite a few things one expects to find at the annual Arts Festival at Rose Lawn — face painting booths, boiled peanut stands, and, of course, a bounty of homemade jewelry and crafts … more
Members of the Cartersville Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to approve an adjustment to the design of a proposed downtown parking deck abutting Main Street … more
Improvisation will take center stage as The Grand Theatre’s Digital Academy kicks off Wednesday. Geared toward teens and adults, the two virtual classes will be led by Maged Roushdi.“One of our … more
Due to COVID-19, the Booth Western Art Museum has drastically scaled back the 18th annual Southeastern Cowboy Festival and Symposium.“Unfortunately, we are canceling most of the activities that … more
For the first time since April, some families will be able to visit relatives in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities in Georgia under new rules for the coronavirus approved by the … more
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