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Tickets are selling fast for the first St. Patty's Pub Crawl in Cartersville's newly established entertainment district. The upcoming event will take place at 10 establishments March 19 from 5 to 10 … more
Womack Custom Homes ranked in the Top 10 of the 2021 Bulldog 100 list of the fastest-growing businesses helmed by University of Georgia alumni.

"I was blown away," said Matt Womack, who owns the … more
Bartow County Fire Chief Dwayne Jamison said no foul play is suspected in connection with a Wednesday night fire at The Guest House off Felton Road.“Apparently, a fire had started in a ventilation … more
Georgia Superior Court Senior Judge Walter Matthews accepted a negotiated plea from a Cartersville man facing vehicular homicide charges in Bartow Superior Court Monday morning.Defendant Jonathan … more
As spring nears, Regina Shaw is busy planning for the opening of this year's Cartersville Farmers Market. Along with the ins-and-outs being promoted on its website, the event currently is accepting … more
Some of the best young writers in Bartow County have produced pieces that are headed to a regional competition.Both the Bartow County and Cartersville City school systems have selected the … more
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously to approve a request from the local fire department to purchase a 2022 aerial tower truck at a public meeting last week. The 100-foot, … more
Continuing to stand the test of time, the Black Pioneers Cemetery weathered a blustering storm nearly 14 months ago and is preparing to receive enhancements in the near future.The historic site, … more
Georgia Superior Court Senior Judge Walter Matthews denied a motion to set bond for a man facing murder charges in Bartow Superior Court Monday morning. Defendant Bryan Ray Moodie, of White, has … more
Despite a decrease in donations during this COVID-19-stricken year, the Bartow Education Foundation managed to almost continue its six-year streak of awarding more than $100,000 in grants to Bartow … more
Caroline Hirt gave her best friend a Valentine’s Day gift that no boyfriend will ever top.On Feb. 10, the Hamilton Crossing Elementary third-grader cashed in an astronomical number of “dojo … more
Cartersville school officials are seeking input from the district’s parents so they can begin planning for next year’s online program.Parents of all Cartersville City students should have … more
Almost one year removed from the initial COVID-19 outbreak in the community, Bartow County Administrator Peter Olson said the local government’s fiscal policies — and philosophies — have not … more
City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart indicated the local government experienced a $2,060,190 decrease in general fund revenues in December 2020 at Thursday evening’s city council … more
For roughly an hour Tuesday evening members of the Euharlee City Council debated whether or not to postpone — or cancel — a number of planned events in light of COVID-19 concerns.Although no … more
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