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There are a lot of things, Andy F. Harris said, that many people don't know about Coosa Valley Credit Union.For one, the current president and CEO of CVCU said the business is much older than some … more
The Bartow-Cartersville Joint Development Authority unanimously approved a bond resolution Tuesday that would allocate about $550 million to Toyo Tire North America Manufacturing, Inc. as it gears up … more
As if being selected for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade wasn't a big enough honor, the Woodland High School Wildcat Marching Band received even more recognition after arriving in New York … more
The Georgia State Patrol will be making its presence known during the 102-hour Thanksgiving holiday travel period that begins at 6 p.m. today and ends at 11:59 p.m. Sunday."In an effort to … more
Two people are being treated for injuries and a suspect is in custody after an early-morning shooting on Porter Street Sunday in Cartersville. According to Cartersville Police, the incident took … more
Students who are seeking a good deal on their post-secondary education continue to flock to Georgia Highlands College.The five-campus college saw the highest enrollment increase among the nine state … more
A 73-year-old Cedartown woman is facing vehicular homicide charges after allegedly causing a crash on Interstate 75 late Sunday evening that claimed the life of a 56-year-old Emerson woman.According … more
The acronym might be a mouthful — Small Group Multi-Employer ASO-Rated Trust — but Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia Sales Account Executive Sarah Nichols said the Georgia Chamber SMART Plan is … more
The civilian world doesn't know how close it came to the brink, said Georgia Army National Guard Brigadier General Randall V. Simmons, Jr.  Not only was the National Guard taking precautions for … more
Cartersville City Attorney Keith Lovell said a proposal to create a downtown "entertainment district" isn't dead, but that doesn't mean the plan hasn't hit some major snags."Basically, the mayor is … more
In the pre-internet era, "stranger danger" meant shady white vans and enticements of free candy. But in today's mobile-technology-fueled world, child predators now have an almost unlimited number of … more
A group of big-hearted marching band students changed their Halloween plans to give a young boy a night he would never forget. Fifteen-year-old Keegan Bryant, a tenor saxophonist in the … more
Educators at Clear Creek Elementary used a nationally designated day to expose their students to future careers in science and math fields. To celebrate National STEM Day on Nov. 8, all … more
Through the Euharlee Festival of Trees, Kathy Bibbings continues to help guests create memories to treasure. In her sixth year coordinating the event, the Kingston resident's Just Believe … more
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