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Members of the Bartow-Cartersville Joint Development Authority (JDA) voted Tuesday to authorize a $30 million inducement resolution for a potential development off Busch Drive code-named “Project … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge D. Scott Smith accepted a recommendation from prosecutors in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning and set bond at $750,000 for a man accused of stabbing his own … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge D. Scott Smith denied an immunity motion in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday afternoon for a Cartersville man accused of murdering his stepson last year.Public defender … more
After COVID-19 canceled the in-person ceremony in 2020, Bartow’s National Day of Prayer Committee is excited to offer numerous opportunities across the county this week for people to lift their … more
A post-secondary education is now within reach for seven Cartersville High School students.It took more than a year, but sophomores Renata Alvarado and Yarizbel Pineda; juniors Jordan Freeman, Jacob … more
Volunteers from the Georgia Highlands College community spent a beautiful spring day showering some attention on a campus fixture that had been a casualty of COVID-19.Eight faculty, staff and Green … more
Business at the Bartow County College and Career Academy's cosmetology salon took a hit when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the schools, but students are once again beautifying clients with new … more
The desire of educators in Bartow County is for no student to move up a grade level without mastering the skills being taught in his or her current classes.To help students who are not proficient in … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor signed a resolution Wednesday morning giving Georgia Highlands College the go-ahead to refinance revenue bonds issued to the institution ten years ago.Those … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge D. Scott Smith accepted a negotiated guilty plea in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning from a Cartersville man facing child molestation charges.Cherokee Judicial … more
After being paused last year due to COVID-19, Stilesboro Academy’s May Picnic will once again bring scrumptious dishes and engaging fellowship to the pre-Civil War structure. Area residents are … more
Kicking off Saturday morning, the Cartersville Farmers Market continues to underscore the importance of the “Buy Bartow-Work Bartow” motto. Through Sept. 25, the rain-or-shine offering will … more
Two males were arrested and charged with 14 counts each of entering auto, according to a Cartersville Police Department press release.On Sunday, the CPD received multiple calls from victims of car … more
For Karma Gruber and Andrew Ziemer, volunteering at the Black Pioneers Cemetery in Euharlee was a rewarding and eye-opening experience. As attendees of the Etowah Valley Ward of The Church of Jesus … more
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger spoke in Cartersville Saturday morning as part of a Bartow County Republican Party function.He spent much of the appearance discussing Georgia’s … more
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