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Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to adopt a resolution allowing the municipality to pursue federal funding under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic … more
Joining forces with Drowned Valley Brewing Co., Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini was delighted to help craft a new brew to raise funds for the United Way of Bartow County.“I am passionate about … more
Several Bartow County educators who just said goodbye to the Class of 2020 will be in a graduating class of their own next year. The Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce and Leadership … more
The Cartersville City School Board will be planning for the future at Monday night’s regular meeting.Superintendent Dr. Marc Feuerbach will recommend approving a resolution to phase out the primary … more
Following in his forebearers’ footsteps, Matt Moulthrop continues to shape pieces of “incredible beauty” out of solid chunks of wood. Like his father and grandfather, the Marietta resident is … more
Virus or no virus, Sawyer Cofield wasn’t going to let anything stop her from meeting a goal she set last year.After the state 4-H horse show and horse-judging competition were canceled this year, … more
Tamara Brock’s 13-year career with the City of Cartersville will come to an end on Sept. 1. That’s the day the longtime Cartersville resident will officially step down from her post as city … more
Amidst a litany of agenda items at Wednesday morning’s public meeting Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor signed off on contracts for two major infrastructure projects.That includes inking an … more
Striving to generate $50,000 in 50 days, Hickory Log Vocational School’s Jubilee Fundraiser will wrap up Aug. 22. The online benefit, which launched July 4, is coinciding with the personal care … more
Both school districts in Bartow County have taken big hits in their SPLOST revenue due to the state's COVID-19 shutdown, but last month's collection showed improvement as more and more businesses … more
Due to COVID-19 concerns, Northwest Georgia Women’s Expo & Artisans’ Market’s 12th year will be presented in 2021, not 2020. Originally set for March 28, the event was first rescheduled for … more
A 7-year-old boy with COVID-19 has become the youngest known person to die in Georgia since the coronavirus pandemic began, state health officials reported.The boy had no other chronic health … more
Members of the Euharlee City Council voted unanimously to advertise the local property tax rate at 1.652 mills at a public meeting Tuesday evening.“If we set the [millage rate] at 1.652, which is … more
In the midst of COVID-19, the Cartersville Farmers Market has expanded its reach with the acceptance of SNAP/EBT payments. According to the seasonal offering’s Facebook page, this new feature helps … more
As COVID-19 continues, the Pumphouse Players troupe decided not to reopen The Legion Theatre to the public this fall. “While we initially hoped to welcome live audiences this fall, we have had … more
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