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Cheery, vibrant pink azaleas are blooming at Meghann Humphreys’ residence, denoting a welcoming atmosphere to all passersby. However, looks can be deceiving.While store-bought ghosts are not … more
By 2:30 p.m. Monday, Bartow County Elections Supervisor Joseph Kirk indicated 879 people had voted in-person on the first day of advance voting throughout the county.With voting ongoing that day … more
Members of the Euharlee Planning and Zoning Commission spent the bulk of Tuesday evening’s public meeting discussing a proposal to construct a new campground site on a 17-acre parcel near Frankie … more
Members of the Cartersville Alcohol Control Board voted unanimously Wednesday morning to recommend approval of a slate of ordinance amendments that would give Cartersville Police Department (CPD) … more
For Ashley Crump, Dellinger Park’s fishing events continue to be moments to treasure. On Saturday, the Cartersville resident took part in Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department’s offering … more
The new school year is barely underway, but it’s already time for eighth-graders to begin thinking about applying to Bartow County School System’s magnet programs for next year.The magnet … more
Bartow County Sheriff Clark Millsap, in a post Wednesday on Facebook, said the county jail is being quarantined due to positive tests for COVID-19 among some of the jail's population. Most of those … more
Georgia Highlands College has made it easier for its students to earn bachelor's degrees in two areas. GHC has signed articulation agreements with the University of West Georgia to help students … more
Striving to generate awareness about interstitial cystitis, Dr. Jeffrey G. Proctor is presenting the second annual Walk for an IC Cure event. Set for Saturday, the fundraiser will take place from 9 … more
Two Bartow County schools have moved from green to yellow on the COVID-19 school spread matrix in the past 10 days. Woodland High School was lowered to yellow — which indicates a school has … more
Over the years, Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini said the municipality has seen its fair share of absurd lawsuits. He specifically recalls an injury claim from several years ago.“It was from … more
Members of the Emerson City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve a sales contract that would allow the municipality to purchase a property at 178 Fourth St.“The property is currently … more
As Nov. 3 approaches, the candidates involved in Bartow County’s State-level races are reporting upticks in campaign contributions.District 16 State Rep. Trey Kelley (R, Cedartown) reported $47,020 … more
It’s a first for the Bartow County 4-H Club.Led by coach Paul Pugliese, the group’s forestry judging team won its first state championship since its formation in 2012 and had the highest-scoring … more
Once a participant, Matt Terry is enjoying working behind the scenes at United Way of Bartow County’s Turkey Trot 5K. Calling the event a “Bartow County tradition,” the Cartersville resident is … more
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