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You can’t start your first year at a new school much better than Eddie McPherson did. The new director of theater at Woodland High School led his performing arts team to the 5A regional championship in the One-Act Play Competition Oct. 28 at … more
A who’s who of Bartow County public officials were in attendance Friday morning for an emergency preparedness meeting on Elizabeth St. in Cartersville to plan for the unknown as Hurricane Irma approaches. Emergency Management Agency Director … more
Hundreds of business people, government officials and community leaders crowded into the Etowah Ballroom of the Clarence Brown Conference Center Monday to hear former Gov. Roy Barnes speak at the quarterly meeting of the Cartersville-Bartow Chamber … more
Giving “credit to the Lord” for her longevity, Mamie Estelle Martin was delighted to celebrate her 100th birthday, alongside more than 70 loved ones June 24. The Cartersville resident’s birthday week, which overflowed with joyous … more
“This year we are concentrating on outreach and awareness, making sure that people understand the purpose of Safe Place and their role in the efforts to keep our youth safe and secure,” said Arp, who started her duties as Advocates’ Safe Place … more
Former Euharlee police chief Terry Harget and assistant chief Richard Smith are scheduled to appear in Superior Court Judge Suzanne H. Smith’s courtroom on the week of June 13-17. Each faces a charge of felony theft by deception. At a bond … more
Tamika Phillips didn’t let obstacles prevent her from achieving the career goals she set for herself. As a result of her determination, the executive director for adult education at Chattahoochee Technical College was named runner-up for … more
More than two years after a fire substantially damaged the "hub of the park," Red Top Mountain State Park officials are overjoyed to learn about the structure's future."We always hoped something good … more
Encouraging patrons to partake in the "joy of the season," The Atlanta Pops Orchestra will perform a wide array of holiday melodies at The Grand Theatre Dec. 8."This will be our [15th] year hosting … more
The Emerson City Council approved a roughly $4.6 million fiscal year 2020 budget earlier this week, which includes $2.24 million set aside for general fund expenses and about $1.2 million allocated … more
A group of talented performers from Georgia Highlands College has a festive evening of entertainment planned for the Christmas season.The GHC Players of Georgia Highlands College and The Callback Company will present “Gratitude: A Very, Merry … more
Math teacher Leslie Nix made it two in a row for Woodland High School as she was named the Bartow County School District’s Teacher of the Year for 2017-18. Nix, 43, was selected over two other finalists, Debra Prendergast from Pine Log … more
Harry Potter fans can honor two decades of literature about the bespectacled wizard at a magical celebration Saturday. CONjuration, Atlanta’s nationally recognized immersive fantasy and Harry Potter convention, will transform the Cartersville … more
Known for leading the Purple Hurricanes to two consecutive state championships, Cartersville High School head football coach Joey King is looking forward to serving as the grand marshal for the 62nd annual Kiddie Day Parade. Presented by the … more
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