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Sporting heart-shaped glasses and a jeweled tiara, Angie Hice embraced the opportunity to be among the forefront of the Pink Out survivors’ lap. On Oct. 21, the Adairsville Elementary fourth-grade … more
Although the public agenda only called for a presentation, members of the Cartersville City Council opted to approve a motion allowing City officials to enter into negotiations with a developer for a … more
At a work session gathering on Oct. 24, Emerson City Manager Kevin McBurnett asked members of the city council a pointed question — “what is an acceptable minimum wage for an employee of the City … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Jeffrey A. Watkins denied a motion to set bond for a Cartersville man facing several counts of child molestation in Bartow Superior Court on Oct. 25.According to … more
As families ponder trick-or-treating options, Cartersville Fire Marshal Mark Hathaway is promoting the benefits of attending large-scale community festivities. Along with trunk-or-treat offerings at … more
For its DOGtober Fall Festival, Cartersville Public Library’s guests of honor will be a handful of four-legged creatures looking for forever homes. Set for Oct. 29 from 1 to 4 p.m., the … more
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted Oct. 20 to approve a rezoning request for 48 acres along Carter Grove Boulevard for a proposed 160-unit-plus residential development.“The project … more
At roughly a foot tall — on all fours, anyway — Baloo might be the shortest member of the Euharlee Police Department (EPD.)But the presence of the 4-year-old German Shepherd certainly looms large … more
Ground broke for a nearly 250,000-square foot industrial park along U.S. 411 and Highway 20 earlier this month.“The project, in general, will offer a wide range of spaces to market,” David … more
Striving to create a year-round “community of appreciation,” Bartow Back the Blue committee members are encouraging area residents to visibly show their support for law enforcement.With this in … more
Throughout the next two weeks, Cartersville Fire Department will perform numerous training exercises around the Church Street Bridge.  While the training effort will not use live fire, a CFD … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Rosemary Greene said she waited on Oct. 18 for years.“It’s something that we have needed here in our county for a very long time,” she said at the first … more
City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart said the local government's general fund revenues increased by $785,282 from August 2021 to August 2022, with the municipality's general fund … more
By a 4-0 vote, members of the Euharlee City Council voted Oct. 18 to rezone two parcels along Cliff Nelson Road from R-1 residential to a planned unit development (PUD) designation.Applicant Adam … more
Georgia Senior Court Judge Shepherd Howell accepted a motion from a public defender in Bartow Superior Court on Oct. 18 and ordered a bond reduction for a Calhoun man indicted on felony murder … more
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