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A major roadway in the bustling Cass-White Road corridor will be shut down for several weeks beginning on June 13.Cartersville-Bartow County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Transportation … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge D. Scott Smith denied a motion to reduce bond for a Cartersville man facing several felony offenses — including aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer — … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith denied a motion to reduce bond for a man facing three counts of child molestation in Bartow Superior Court on May 31.Defendant Eric Glenn Davis, 39, … more
Known for his servant leadership, Cartersville High School rising senior Harrison Caswell is paving the way for other students to experience Georgia Center for Civic Engagement’s offerings.On May … more
With its upcoming production, the Pumphouse Players will provide audience members a unique opportunity to revisit aspects of their childhood. “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” will … more
Among several other items, members of the Bartow County Planning Commission are set to review a rezoning request from an applicant looking to construct a condominium project atop the old Cloverleaf … more
Bartow County Elections Supervisor Joseph Kirk summed up the primary election season in one word — rough.“We haven’t had an election quite like this one,” he told the Bartow County Board of … more
Like past years, Regina Wheeler is expecting the upcoming Dixie Highway 90-mile Yard Sale to feature “everything and the kitchen sink, too.”Starting June 3, the three-day sale will wind through … more
Effective July 1, Dr. Mike Hobbs will take the helm of Georgia Highlands College. The Board of Regents of the University of Georgia officially named him as GHC’s president May 18, eight days … more
As of May 26, the unofficial results from the Georgia Secretary of State’s office indicates the primary election turnout for Bartow County exceeded 22%.Bartow County Elections Supervisor Joseph … more
The news coming out of Europe sounds eerily familiar. Seemingly out of nowhere, a confounding outbreak of an animal-transmitted virus — with flu-like symptoms — has emerged.Considering the … more
New details on Emerson’s next fiscal year budget emerged at a city council meeting on May 23.“The fiscal year 2023 budget provides for a tentative millage rate for ad valorem tax of 3.9 and it is … more
As a volunteer for the upcoming Used-Book and Media Sale, Sydney Lutjens is looking forward to helping readers of all ages find “treasures” for the summer. The Friends of the Bartow County … more
For Savoy Automobile Museum’s officials, the opportunity to host “Pirelli: The Story of a Company — A 150‐Year History of Passion and Innovation” is a thrilling experience. The exhibit will … more
Like many 7-year-olds, John Panter is fascinated by the game of baseball, loves playing basketball with his neighbor and is both a source of encouragement and frustration for his older … more
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