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A lengthy hearing ended Tuesday afternoon in Bartow Superior Court with Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge David K. Smith determining that statements a Rydal man accused of child molestation gave to … more
Continuing its partnership with Cartersville Medical Center, Matthews Kia recently donated 115 face shields for the local hospital’s ER, ICU and nursing units.“Matthews Kia of Cartersville has … more
Members of the Emerson City Council voted to approve an intergovernmental agreement at Monday evening’s public meeting. “Bartow County and the City of Emerson have been in discussion for the … more
Gov. Brian Kemp is suing Atlanta to block the city’s enforcement of a mask mandate and resumed stay-at-home guidelines amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to court documents filed … more
Bartow residents can purchase a piece of history, thanks to an estate sale at the Taylor-Nunley House in Euharlee.After a three-day online presale, shoppers are able to view a wide array of vintage … more
Bartow County officials announced that its transit department services will remain closed through July 24 in the wake of at least seven employees testing positive for COVID-19. Bartow County … more
Two residents showed up at Monday night's public hearing to question Bartow County School Board members about the fiscal year 2021 budget. During the first state-mandated hearing, Roger Imsande … more
For David Dundee, a comet viewing in the mid-1970s helped solidify his career path. Now Tellus Science Museum’s astronomer,  he joined the Cartersville venue during its construction in … more
Gov. Brian Kemp renewed orders late Wednesday to keep Georgia’s current social distancing and safety rules imposed through the end of July to discourage the spread of coronavirus in place for … more
The 2020-21 school year won't begin Aug. 5 after all for Cartersville City Schools. Superintendent Dr. Marc Feuerbach announced at Monday night's school board meeting that the first day of … more
United States Representative Barry Loudermilk, who has represented Georgia’s 11th district since 2015, spoke at Creekside Fellowship Church on Sunday morning.The Republican incumbent delivered an … more
Representatives of the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) indicated that Cartersville Medical Center (CMC) had 18 COVID-19-positive patients in-house as of Tuesday morning. By Tuesday … more
For the third year, Dr. Jeffrey G. Proctor is named one of metro Atlanta’s Top Doctors by Atlanta magazine. The Marietta resident formed the Georgia Urology office in Cartersville — presently … more
Gov. Brian Kemp is facing a Wednesday deadline to decide whether to extend social-distancing restrictions for businesses and other requirements put in place in Georgia amid the COVID-19 pandemic.The … more
Members of the City of Emerson Planning and Zoning Commission heard the first reading of a proposed text amendment to the municipality’s sign ordinance at a public meeting held Thursday … more
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