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A group of Georgia Highlands College students has jumped at a unique opportunity to ensure a Cartersville landmark with a colorful past also will have a thriving future. Fifty-four Bachelor of … more
In his four years as a school resource officer, Duane Smith had never had to deal with a situation like the one he faced this week. The SRO at Red Top Middle School is being heralded as a hero … more
Underscoring the tie between a substantial tree canopy and a thriving bird habitat, Missy Phillips is looking forward to celebrating Georgia’s Arbor Day. The festivities will kick off Friday at 9 … more
A 55-year-old Cartersville man was arrested on a child pornography charge Thursday morning after investigators received “numerous reports” about his online activity, the Georgia Bureau of … more
Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) data indicates that Bartow County appeared to have hit its COVID-19 “peak” on April 27. That day, the DPH logged 14 newly confirmed coronavirus cases in … more
Kids and teens who want to celebrate Halloween all month long will find a variety of spooky-fun programs at Bartow County's libraries. From Halloween-themed story times to science programs to … more
Over her last eight years at Adairsville High, Kaylie Noe has seen her fair share of "Joellens" and "Joshes."She described "Joellens" as the smart, witty and motivated students who already come to … more
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Mobile District rang in the new year by implementing cashless operations at its Allatoona Lake day use areas and campgrounds."Going cashless in recreation areas was not … more
Considering the size and scope of the proposed Rome-Cartersville Development Corridor (RCDC) project, it’s only fitting that Tuesday evening’s public information session hosted by the Georgia … more
Known for her “remarkable” and “valuable” involvement in the community, Elizabeth Bowen was named the Cartersville Service League’s Volunteer of the Year Tuesday.“First, I would like to … more
For most schools, celebrating one national championship in anything is an accomplishment of monumental proportions. But Adairsville High School got to multiply that accomplishment by … more
Euharlee officials have recently received complaints about recreational vehicles (RVs) violating homeowners association guidelines. The quandary, Euharlee City Manager James Stephens said at last … more
Gov. Brian Kemp moved Thursday to relax broad social restrictions in Georgia on bars, nightclubs, summer school classes and overnight summer camps in the coming weeks amid the coronavirus … more
It's a family affair.After State Representative Christian Coomer was appointed last week to the Georgia Court of Appeals, the first person in line to declare his candidacy for the vacant seat was Ken … more
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