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Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Jeffrey A. Watkins denied a motion to set bond for a woman accused of drug trafficking in Bartow Superior Court on May 9. Defense attorney Jana Allen said defendant … more
For Melanie Paige and her daughter, Carsyn Bagwell, this Mother’s Day will be a holiday they will always treasure. Bagwell recently welcomed her first child — and Paige’s first grandchild — … more
For Mike Scott, Sarah Craighead and Rick Shireman, a passion for gardening has transformed their Cartersville landscapes into dazzling oases and works of art. While their properties range in size — … more
The names of three individuals killed in a crash involving a Phoenix Air Group, Inc.- owned and operated Learjet aircraft have been confirmed. more
Excited to help beautify her hometown, Gracie Jordan is thrilled to be serving as the program assistant for University of Georgia’s Agriculture and Natural Resources program and Keep Bartow … more
A former mayor and his spouse were celebrated at the May 8 Emerson City Council meeting, as local elected officials approved the renaming of a local bridge in the memory of Al and Millie Pallone. … more
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) says that a dozen individuals were arrested in Cartersville from May 4 through May 6 as part of a sting operation targeting online child predators. … more
Members of the Emerson City Council heard a first reading of — but took no official voting actions on — a request to deannex four parcels of land owned by the City of Cartersville near Allatoona … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Rosemary Greene denied a motion to set bond for a Cartersville man facing several felony drug offenses —including possession with intent to distribute and … more
On May 8, the Cartersville Board of Education unanimously approved the $85,880,501 fiscal year 2024 tentative consolidated budget, with Tim Chason being the only absent member.  The measure was … more
Joel Bridges will once again help kick off the Euharlee Food Truck Friday series. Previously helping launch the offering with Iambic Underground, this year the Cartersville resident will perform with … more
For Clint Terza, seeing the new Mission Road Elementary School take shape is an amazing sight to see. With pre-cast molds of the walls being leaned up, the building’s construction is starting to … more
At a May 3 public meeting, Cartersville-Bartow Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) transportation planner Tom Sills gave technical coordinating and policy committee members a quick update on … more
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted May 4 to approve an amendment to the local government’s alcohol ordinance. Lillie Read, executive director of the City of Cartersville Downtown … more
Members of the Cartersville City Council heard a first reading of proposed changes to the local government’s gas rates at a public meeting held on May 4. “These are amendments to our rates to … more
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