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Georgia Highlands College is expanding its degree offerings once again. The University System of Georgia Board of Regents recently approved the college’s request to start offering Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in health care … more
Work is expected to begin this summer on a major Interstate 75 resurfacing project extending from the Bartow/Cobb County line to the exit for State Route 61.The repaving will cover roughly 15 miles … more
Ten patrol cars from the Georgia State Patrol and Bartow County Sheriff’s Office chased a Tennessee man with a drug warrant. The chase began on Rudy York Road and ended on Cass-White Road near … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith sentenced a man convicted of raping his own granddaughter Tuesday to life in prison plus 20 years to serve, with an additional 20 years on … more
Georgia Superior Court Senior Judge Shepherd L. Howell on Tuesday denied bond for an Acworth man who stands accused of several felonies, including rape, kidnapping and aggravated … more
Known for its extensive collection of contemporary Western art, the Booth Western Art Museum is looking to the past to help mark its 15th anniversary. Opening today, “Treasures From the Frederic … more
Transforming his boat into "The Polar Express," Dave Matthews is looking forward to participating in the second annual Lights on the Lake. Set for Saturday, the Christmas boat parade will be … more
It was a more than fitting gift for Bartow County Fire Chief Craig Millsap — a brand new umbrella, just in time for last Thursday's torrential downpour.But as NOTS Logistics Assistant General … more
Monday’s special called White City Council meeting was meant to iron out any irregularities and inconsistencies between the municipality’s new charter and employee handbook.Instead, the … more
Referring to the opportunity as a “homecoming,” Kristy Montgomery is delighted to oversee the Summer Music Theatre Camps shortly after she joins The Grand Theatre’s staff.Along with serving as … more
This might just be the tastiest book club ever started.In March, Adult Services Coordinator Nicole Klein began the monthly Books & Bites: Cookbook Club, a combination potluck meal and book club … more
The Emerson City Council voted unanimously to give a local vendor two-and-a-half extra hours each day to serve alcoholic beverages at LakePoint Sporting Community at Monday evening’s public … more
A 40-year-old Bartow County School System substitute teacher and MetroAtlanta Ambulance Service paramedic has been arrested and is facing 10 charges, including four counts of child molestation and … more
Students enrolled in the Teaching as a Profession pathway at Cartersville High School realize their chosen career field is in trouble so they went straight to the top with their … more
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