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Cherokee Judicial Circuit Assistant District Attorney Alex Oberkofler said the State is willing to drop felony murder charges against an Alabama man who led law enforcement on a high-speed chase that … more
A variance request from a representative of Smith Douglas Homes fell short at Monday evening’s City of Cartersville Board of Zoning Appeals meeting. Two separate motions — one to approve and one … more
To help curb wildfires stemming from burning outdoor yard debris, changes to Georgia’s Burn Notification System will take effect July 1. While Senate Bill 119, GA code section 12-6-90 deems it no … more
Striving to unite the community, the first annual Small Business Appreciation Bash will take place Saturday. Ongoing from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., the event is being presented by Euharlee Nutrition owner … more
The end of the 2020-21 school year was the start of a new chapter for Cartersville’s latest group of retirees.The school system saw 18 employees with 493 combined years of experience call it a … more
Summer is an excellent time for adults to slow down and enjoy catching up on their favorite reading materials or learning a new skill.The Bartow County Library System is giving 18-year-olds to … more
Emerson City Manager Kevin McBurnett presented the first reading of an updated fiscal year 2022 budget at Monday evening’s city council meeting. “The ’22 budget has a general fund budget … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith denied a motion to set bond for a Kentucky man facing drug trafficking charges in Bartow Superior Court Monday morning. Bartow County Sheriff’s … more
Set for June 24, the Hickory Log Casino Night is striving to generate funds and awareness for the personal care home. The first annual benefit will be presented from 6 to 11 p.m. at 101 W. Main St. … more
The city of Cartersville earned a AA bond rating from Standard and Poor’s.“My initial reaction was this is very positive news for the city of Cartersville as it shows our citizens that we are a … more
The Cartersville City School Board now has its fiscal year 2022 consolidated budget in place and has recognized the system’s 2020-21 retirees. After no one spoke during the second … more
The school year had barely ended when a group of 100-plus students were right back at it again. After being canceled last summer due to COVID-19, the second Bartow STEM Camp charged ahead last … more
For a group competing for the first time, Cartersville High's Canes Rifles team had a very successful season. The 12-member team, coached by CHS senior Army instructor Col. Jeffrey Dickerson and … more
Over the past four years, Naomi Buchanan has embraced the opportunity to serve in various capacities at BFR Medical. Joining the clinic in 2017 as a volunteer nurse, the Cartersville resident was … more
In honor of their contributions to the city of Cartersville, the late Janice Brown and Edsel Dean will continue to provide a welcoming presence in the heart of downtown.Named in their memory, two … more
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