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A scheduled plea proceeding took an unexpected turn Wednesday afternoon when a man facing child molestation charges suddenly announced he wanted to reject the State’s offer.Defendant Lequarius … more
A proposal to bring a brewery to 19 North Erwin St. is officially off the table, as members of the Cartersville Building Authority voted Friday to instead use the old fire station facility as lease … more
Members of the Development Authority of Bartow County (DABC) voted Friday morning to approve the extension of an inducement resolution for a proposed workforce housing development in southern … more
Bartow County Elections Supervisor Joseph Kirk is aware that misinformation abounds when it comes to what Senate Bill 202, also known as Georgia’s “Election Integrity Act of 2021,” does — and … more
With many ghost stories swirling around Bartow’s historic structures, the train depot in the heart of Cartersville certainly has a tale to tell. The eerie story, featuring the 1850s structure and … more
Striving to shine a light on the seriousness and rise of domestic violence, Teresa Millsaps is encouraging the public to view Tranquility House’s candlelight vigil Oct. 19. The virtual event will … more
The next 10 days at the Cartersville Public Library will be filled with a variety of Halloween activities for all ages. The October Crafternoon event will allow adults and families to create … more
The Cartersville City School System is one step closer to building a new school for its youngest students.At Monday night’s business meeting, Superintendent Dr. Marc Feuerbach will recommend that … more
A controversial rezoning request for a proposed limestone mining operation near Adairsville was withdrawn just hours before the item was scheduled to be voted on by Bartow County Commissioner Steve … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor approved several items related to a proposed health department expansion project at a public meeting on Thursday morning.“The Department of Community Affairs … more
The Cartersville City Council approved a diverse array of items at Thursday evening’s public meeting, with a resolution seeking a Georgia Recreational Trails Program grant leading off the … more
The sights and sounds at Tellus Science Museum will be on overload as Heavy Metal in Motion returns Saturday. For David Dundee, Tellus’ director of education, the event is an opportunity to … more
Referring to herself as a “proud Puff,” Stacey Bern is delighted to direct the Pumphouse Players’ Halloween production. The “Puffs” comedy, written by Matt Cox, will open today at 8 p.m. at … more
Members of the Euharlee City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to approve the use of American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021 funding on premium pay for certain City employees.“It seems very … more
Fun-filled family activities will take center stage as the Euharlee Covered Bridge Fall Festival returns to Frankie Harris Park Saturday. To be presented by the city of Euharlee, the complimentary … more
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