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Georgia Labor Commissioner-elect Bruce Thompson makes his top goal for the department clear — restoring relationships with other agencies and Georgia’s legislators.“Certainly, the Department of … more
Citing a “trio of respiratory illnesses is to blame,” Blood Assurance sent out an urgent appeal Nov. 29 to boost diminishing donations across north Georgia.“As cases of the flu, RSV and … more
With the Holiday Punch Card campaign currently underway, area residents are encouraged to think local when embarking on their shopping adventures. Those interested can obtain the punch cards at … more
Known for his servant’s heart, Tim Abbott is delighted to see his Night in a Box effort further its reach in Bartow. Initially a solo project, the Euharlee resident’s homelessness awareness … more
On Nov. 28, Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith denied a motion to withdraw a guilty plea from a teenager convicted of 17 offenses earlier this year.Defendant Isiah Gabriel Young, now … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith accepted a negotiated plea deal in Bartow Superior Court on Nov. 28 and sentenced a 62-year-old man to 10 years, with the first 23 months to be served … more
The Friends of the Bartow County Library System are presenting a pair of offerings this month. Along with Season of Wonder taking shape throughout December at Cartersville Public Library, the … more
A hoax reporting of an active shooter on campus resulted in Cartersville High School being placed on lockdown for several hours on Nov. 30.“Of course, we take everything serious, it’s … more
The Bartow-Cartersville Joint Development Authority (JDA) approved its fiscal year 2023 budget at a public meeting held on Nov. 22.Melinda Lemmon, executive director of the Cartersville-Bartow County … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Jeffrey A. Watkins denied a motion to set bond for a Kingston man charged with three counts of aggravated sodomy in Bartow Superior Court on Nov. 22.Per Bartow County … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Jeffrey A. Watkins set bond at $100,000 for a Rydal woman accused of drug trafficking in Bartow Superior Court on Nov. 22.According to Bartow County Sheriff’s Office … more
While snow is  not in the forecast, downtown Cartersville soon will be transformed into a winter wonderland. Starting with the Christmas Party in the Plaza at 3:30 p.m., the Dec. 1 festivities … more
Referring to the event as “fun and festive,” Teresa Millsaps encourages area residents to sign up for the expanded Jingle Jog. This year’s benefit for Christian League for Battered Women will … more
A presentation of recommendations and suggestions from a Tennessee Street corridor study was held before members of the Cartersville City Council on Nov. 17.“That is a State corridor, so any … more
While all eyes may be turned to the U.S. Senate runoff election next month, the Bartow County Board of Elections and Voter Registration checked off an important concluding piece to the 2022 general … more
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