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Filings with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) indicate a developer has plans for a new 1.3-million-square-foot logistics center off Cass-White Road. A developments of regional … more
Members of the Cartersville-Bartow Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) policy and technical coordinating committees convened Wednesday afternoon for a joint meeting. At the top of the agenda was … more
Members of the Adairsville City Council heard the first reading of a slate of proposed ordinance amendments Thursday evening, including one that would make manufactured home communities a special use … more
The most expensive among a bevy of high-dollar items approved by Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor at a public meeting Wednesday morning was an agreement with K.M. Davis Contracting for work on … more
For Jim Haege, the return of Tellus Science Museum’s RockFest is wonderful news. A dealer at the event for numerous years, the Jasper resident is looking forward to celebrating RockFest’s 30th … more
With Juneteenth quickly approaching, Summer Hill Heritage Group member Alexis Carter-Callahan is looking forward to celebrating this annual holiday next week. Kicking off with a proclamation by … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor denied requests to rezone and amend the land use map for a roughly 122-acre parcel along Spring Place Road and Gaines Road at a public meeting on Wednesday … more
Members of the City of Cartersville Planning Commission voted unanimously Tuesday evening to recommend approval of two rezoning requests from the parent company of the Mexican restaurant Los … more
The Cartersville City School Board met for a called meeting Thursday, June 3, to vote on two resolutions and a number of new employees.The board voted 5-0, with two members absent, to approve a … more
The Bartow County School Board conducted its first public hearing on the fiscal year 2022 budget Monday while also voting on other items that couldn’t wait until its monthly meeting in two … more
With Bunks Across America returning Saturday, Sleep in Heavenly Peace’s Etowah Valley Chapter is seeking volunteers to help build “top-notch bunk beds” for area youth. During the one-day event, … more
As Pettit Environmental Preserve resumes its second Saturday programs, Randi Sonenshine is delighted to take part in the feathered-friends themed offering June 12. The Cartersville resident was … more
Members of the Bartow County Planning Commission voted unanimously Monday evening to recommend denial of a request to rezone roughly 122 acres along Spring Place Road and Gaines Road from A-1 … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith maintained bond at $150,000 a piece for two Cartersville residents facing several felony charges — including aggravated assault and armed robbery … more
City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart presented a first reading of the proposed fiscal year 2022 budget ordinance at a public meeting on Thursday evening.“The highlights include a … more
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