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In honor of its “A Quintessential, Southern Small Town: A History of Adairsville” exhibit at the Adairsville Depot History Museum, the Kennesaw State University Public History Program captured a … more
It's going to be hard for Ashley Greenway to ever top the professional honor she received last week.The third-grade math, science and social studies teacher at Adairsville Elementary School was one … more
Governor Brian Kemp was among those who attended an event in Emerson Thursday evening, where Rimrock Capital Management, LLC representative Jeff Bemis officially announced plans to construct a $40 … more
Jurors heard opening statements from prosecutors and the defense in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning in the trial of a Kingston woman accused of killing her elderly ex-husband last … more
With Halloween in the Park quickly approaching, Kisha Rowland is looking forward to watching the gleeful expressions of the event’s dressed-up attendees. Serving as the offering’s coordinator, … more
For the spookiest week of the year, the Bartow County Library System is hosting a number of Halloween-related activities.Kicking off the holiday-themed programs will be Paranormal 101, an informative … more
Noting the race holds “special meaning” to him, David Matherne is looking forward to celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Cartersville 10K Saturday. A participant in his youth, the … more
Opening statements were made by prosecutors and the defense in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday morning for a trial involving a Cartersville mother accused of prostituting her own preteen daughter for … more
Much of Monday night's Bartow County School Board meeting was spent discussing the issue of senior school tax exemptions. State Rep. Matthew Gambill from House District 15 was on hand to answer … more
A group of students and faculty members from Georgia Highlands College embarked on a trip this past summer that they won't soon forget. As part of the college's study-abroad program, the group … more
The death of Jordan Towns has left a hole at Adairsville High School that will be hard to fill. The 17-year-old senior, son of Porter Slama and Tina Towns-Slama, was killed Thursday night in a … more
Highlighting the project’s collaborative nature, Bartow’s African-American Heritage Trail captured the 2019 Award of Excellence from the Georgia Downtown Association.“I was absolutely thrilled … more
Thursday evening’s agenda was relatively light for the Cartersville City Council, until a slate of high-dollar water project items hit the docket towards the end of the public meeting.At the top of … more
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