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As the director of “MLM is for Murder (Or, Your Side Hustle is Killing Us),” Ethan Allen is looking forward to seeing the production grace The Legion Theatre’s stage. The Pumphouse Players’ … more
Members of the Development Authority of Bartow County (DABC) voted May 1 to approve a State memorandum of understanding (MOU) and performance and accountability agreement (PAA) related to “Project … more
Members of the Cartersville-Bartow County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) voted May 3 to approve a list of “unconstrained projects” associated with its 2050 long-range transportation … more
Members of the Euharlee City Council approved several ordinance amendments at a public meeting held on May 2. “This is to put us in compliance with House Bill 1405,” said City of Euharlee … more
Melinda Lemmon, executive director of the Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic Development, gave a brief update on various projects throughout the community at a May 1 meeting of the … more
Holding hands and often running with abandon, youngsters Rowan Beasley and Parker Rhodes embraced the opportunity to tour the solar system without leaving Cartersville. The sight was one to cherish … more
In a nod to pre-pandemic ceremonies, Bartow’s National Day of Prayer gathering drew a large crowd to downtown Cartersville May 4. Believers lifted their hearts in prayer to the Lord during the … more
At a meeting of the Development Authority of Bartow County (DABC) on May 1, the board voted to approve a memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreement for a new Food City grocery store project. The new … more
It’s not uncommon to see intrigue in small town politics. But the ongoing situation in White takes things into territory teetering on the bizarre. Other municipalities squabble over policies; the … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Rosemary Greene set bond at $100,000 for a Cartersville man accused of drug trafficking in Bartow Superior Court on May 1. According to Bartow County Sheriff’s … more
Downtown Cartersville will be bustling with activity this weekend as a pair of markets take center stage. On May 6, the Cartersville Farmers Market will kick off from 8 a.m. to noon and Rose Lawn … more
Cartersville Elementary fourth-graders were transformed into “little builders,” courtesy of the Construction Ready organization. On April 13, the nonprofit provided students in Kate DeBoard’s … more
In the wake of more than 16,000 acres in northeastern Bartow County being rezoned to a first of its kind planned greenspace and development district (PGDD) classification, the question arises — … more
Per Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) staff, the Old Alabama Road improvements are roughly 60% complete — with the entire project now expected to wrap up by late 2024 or early 2025. In … more
Cartersville police arrested an Alabama woman on April 24, who was subsequently charged with one count of identity theft fraud when using and/or possessing identifying information concerning a … more
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