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Currently in the midst of National Runaway and Homeless Youth Prevention Month, Advocates for Children is joining forces with numerous community partners to highlight this issue.  “An … more
District 11 U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk was the guest speaker for the American Legion Carl Boyd Post 42 Veterans Day ceremony in Cartersville on Nov. 11.The Republican was recently re-elected to … more
The Cherokee Judicial Circuit, comprising Bartow County and Gordon County, is set to receive a $1,087,538 grant via the Judicial Council of Georgia Ad Hoc Committee on American Rescue Plan Act … more
Cartersville Public Library and Bartow County Farm Bureau are joining forces to promote Farm-City Week Nov. 16 to 23.According to a news release from the Bartow County Farm Bureau, “Farm-City Week … more
Since Oct. 20, eight local students have earned the designation of REACH Georgia Scholars.Among the eighth-graders receiving the higher-learning assistance were five youth from the Bartow County … more
While separated by age and military experience, Kristopher Dittrich and Jake Woodall both embraced the opportunity to highlight local veterans and the desire to serve their country. On Nov. 10, they … more
Members of the Bartow County Planning Commission voted Nov. 7 to recommend a text amendment be approved to create a new “planned greenspace and development district” (PGDD) zoning overlay … more
During its Oct. 17 meeting, the Bartow County Board of Education amended a letter, which they later approved, to Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor regarding Jacoby Development’s Etowah … more
As of 2020, Bartow County was home to roughly 108,000 people.Recent projections from the Cartersville-Bartow County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), however, anticipate major growth over the … more
A request to rezone about 73 acres near Old Alabama Road and Highway 113 was recommended for approval by members of the Bartow County Planning Commission at a public meeting held on Nov. 7.Applicant … more
At the age of 11, Michael Henderson is enriching the lives of other campers with “life challenges” one stocking a time. The Euharlee resident’s whimsical drawing of Christmas trees was turned … more
Striving to offer love and “valuable resources,” the 22nd annual Feed the Community Dinner in Honor of the Late Michael Dean will be presented Nov. 19. The gathering — organized by the New … more
A Marietta man pled guilty to one count of failure to register as a sex offender in Bartow Superior Court on Nov. 8.As part of the negotiated plea deal, 27-year-old defendant Damien Antonio Fowler … more
A 68-year-old Cartersville man was arrested on Nov. 2 and charged with making terroristic threats and acts, a felony offense, following what Cartersville Police Department (CPD) officers describe as … more
Bartow County School System’s new $30 million Mission Road Elementary building is one step closer to opening its doors. On Nov. 7, a groundbreaking ceremony was conducted for the future structure, … more
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