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Thursday’s early morning downpour didn’t deter dozens of attendees from making their way to NorthPointe Church in Adairsville for the monthly Eggs and Issues breakfast sponsored by the … more
Striving to provide nourishment to children in need, Will2Way Foundation will officially launch its Pass A Plate app in Bartow March 20.“The purpose of Pass A Plate mobile app is to ensure that … more
The Euharlee City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve the creation of a new fund to finance storm damage repairs at the Euharlee Presbyterian Church and Black Pioneers … more
Bidding adieu to his career in electronic security, Billy Fleetwood is embarking on a new journey in the nonprofit sector.A member of the Pettit Environmental Preserve’s board since 2011, he is … more
Winning an award in a career field she wasn't sure she would succeed in ranks near the very top of Sabrina Price's list of professional achievements. The high school English … more
In honor of National Wear Red Day, Cartersville Medical Center is encouraging area residents to don red attire for a group photo Friday.Set for 11:30 a.m., the image will be captured in CMC's … more
Despite having forensic results from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) Crime Lab available for almost four months, the Cherokee Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office failed to take … more
The Bartow County School Board kicked off its annual three-hour whole board training session last week with a state of the system address by Superintendent Dr. Phillip Page.The superintendent began … more
Members of the White City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve a plan to seek a $500,000 loan from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA.) The loan would go towards … more
With its annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is encouraging area residents to “wander, sip and dine” in the heart of Cartersville.“We held the … more
Tributes are popping up all over Cartersville in memory of one of the city's fallen police officers. The Cartersville Police Department created a memorial at the Cartersville Public Safety … more
Sharing the gospel play is “sure to make you laugh and cry,” Richard JR Reynolds is looking forward to bringing “God’s Plan” to the Cartersville stage. Saturday will mark the second time … more
The City of Cartersville is one of four named Georgia municipalities involved in a class-action lawsuit against Airbnb, Inc. Plaintiffs in the suit accuse the California-headquartered, short-term … more
After more than a decade of coaching robotics teams, Clear Creek Elementary GATEWAY teacher Robin Morrow finally got her grand championship. The seven-member CCES Master Builders Small Town Reds … more
Joining Advocates for Children's team in May 2016, Dawn Landrum serves as the program manager of Flowering Branch Children’s Shelter."I desired to have a job where I felt good about the work I was … more
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