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Underscoring the timeliness of the celebration’s theme, Dr. Jacob T. King encourages area residents to gather Thursday for Bartow’s National Day of Prayer. Drawing hundreds of worshippers each … more
Referring to Memorial Day as a time to “reflect and remember,” Cartersville resident Glen Thompson encourages area residents to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice fighting on behalf of … more
And the streak continues. Bartow County bus drivers Mike Blalock and Lee Carroll managed to make it through another school year without missing a day of work, bringing their string of perfect … more
When the pressure's on, Woodland Middle School's academic team really knows how to shine. After going 4-2 and ending the season in a three-way tie for second place, the 11-member team defeated … more
Two elementary schools in Bartow County have been recognized on the state level for high performance and marked improvements among the state's Title I schools. Cartersville Primary was named a … more
To increase the quality of service to its “tiniest patients and their parents,” Cartersville Medical Center is striving to add a Level II neonatal intensive care unit to its operations.“We … more
Heading into 2020, the big news story was supposed to be the United States presidential election. And on the state-level, few topics were bigger than Georgia’s new paper-backed voting system — a … more
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to allow Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini the ability to file an application requesting Federal Emergency Management Agency … more
Pat Henley admits she looks at life through rose-colored glasses, but that view has led to a collection of stunning photographs from around the world. The Rossville photographer has selected 32 … more
Students at Georgia Highlands College have pulled together to help some of their own who are in need.The college's Student Government Association conducted a relief drive Oct. 22 to Nov. 16 at all … more
Alexandra Van Ryn MacMurdo Reiter knew her grandfather was a Polish diplomat during World War II, but she had no idea he was a hero.The assistant professor of communication at Georgia Highlands … more
Pending a deluge of rainfall doesn’t put a damper on the plan, C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. is set to demolish one of the bridges along Joe Frank Harris Parkway spanning over Tennessee Street this … more
Calling the opportunity to preach in view of a call May 19 at Cartersville First Baptist Church “a blessing,” Kyle Walker will officially join the place of worship as its senior pastor in … more
Striving to provide clients with essential personal care items, a pair of organizations are teaming up for Wednesday’s Hygiene Drive and Program Tour.“We began this event simply because there is … more
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