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Felony peeping Tom charges were reduced to the lesser offense of disorderly conduct for a Cartersville resident who was spotted peering into windows at the Club Court Apartments earlier this … more
An integral member of the Summer Music Theatre Camps for the past two decades, Erin Gunter is delighted to direct this year's final production.Opening Friday at 7 p.m., the Senior High Camp’s … more
Calling the achievement a team effort, Melinda Lemmon — executive director of the Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic Development — was thrilled to accept the International Community Award on behalf of her agency … more
An accident on Center Road Sunday in Cartersville knocked out the fiber optic lines for the Bartow County Sheriff’s office, according to Public Information Officer Sgt. Jonathan Rogers. As a result, 911 calls were being re-routed to Gordon … more
A new class of Project SEARCH interns has been properly prepared for life in the working world. About 75 people gathered at Oakland Heights Baptist Church in Cartersville Thursday night to celebrate the achievements of the program’s fourth … more
For most parents of an 11-year-old, getting their kid to do a day’s homework is a challenge. For the parents of Noah Barnes, Robert and Joanne, they are the ones tasked with keeping up with their 11-year-old’s ambition. Noah is walking … more
A memorial service for Heather Dianne McDonald, the Cartersville mother who disappeared in September and whose body was found in October, will be held Dec. 10 according to an obituary on the Parnick Jennings Funeral Home and Cremation Services web … more
As the winter holidays approach, Bartow History Museum’s staff is busy preparing for its Old-Fashioned Christmas event. Set for Nov. 12, the festive offering will return to the Cartersville venue from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Geared toward children, … more
The Cartersville City School System is in need of a few good men and women. The system needs volunteers to make a difference in a young person’s life by donating an hour a week for one school year to mentor at-risk students in kindergarten … more
Portraying Galileo Galilei at Tellus Science Museum’s upcoming Night at the Museum, David Dundee is looking forward to highlighting the Italian scientist’s contributions to astronomy in the 1600s. Set for Aug. 13 from 6 to 10 p.m., the eighth … more
Helping bring music to the heart of Cartersville, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is promoting the upcoming July Summer Concert Series. The complimentary offering will begin Friday at 7 p.m. with performances by Jerry Gayton, Brandon … more
With the fifth annual Georgia Legal Food Frenzy quickly approaching, Erik Pirozzi is reaching out to the local legal community to partake in the competition. The Food Frenzy contest, which is a partnership between the Office of the Attorney General, … more
In her “Oh Deer!” presentation March 8, Dr. Renee Carleton will deliver strategies to help homeowners lessen the amount of deer damage inflicted upon their properties’ foliage. The lecture will be the second offering in the Bartow County … more
By mid-April, all public schools in Bartow County will have staffs that know what to do to prevent someone from bleeding to death.The Bartow County School System has partnered with Bartow County … more
Continuing to follow her passion, Morgan Taylor Shaw is delighted to compete in the finals of the Path to Fame Talent Competition. On June 16, 12 semifinalists from the "Atlanta," Cincinnati and … more
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