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With temperatures continuing to climb, Tracey Knowles Mitchell recently provided relief to Adairsville residents through her F.A.N. for Christ — Fulfilling a Need community outreach. On July 22, the Cartersville resident helped deliver 58 stand-up … more
It took about a minute and a half for Bartow County’s school system to have a new budget. At a called meeting Monday evening, school board members voted 5-0 — with Derek Keeney being out of town and voting by phone — to adopt the fiscal … more
A year after cracking down on out-of-district students who aren’t paying tuition, the Cartersville City School System has seen a decrease in the number of students illegally attending its schools. Cartersville Superintendent Dr. Howard Hinesley … more
Tabitha Molina loves to tell success stories. A certified dyslexia tutor, her reputation for successful, some would say miraculous, work with dyslexic children grows daily in a county that doesn’t even formally recognize dyslexia as a … more
A South Carolina teen visiting her grandparents on Christmas Day was airlifted to Grady Hospital in Atlanta after a large boulder rolled over on her. Bartow County EMS, responded to a call at 26 Vineyard Way in White and found 14-year-old Brianne … more
One of Bartow County College and Career Academy’s work-based learning partners has been honored for its work with student apprentices at the Cartersville school. voestalpine Automotive Body Parts Inc. was named Business Partner of the Year at … more
As the co-chair for the Love of Quilts Show, Donna Cusick is looking forward to showcasing the artistry of the Etowah Valley Quilt Guild. “My love of quilting started in the early ’90s when I made a quilt for my mother and father-in-law for … more
A tiny tortoise named Little Foot and a Madagascar hissing cockroach will be among the guests of honor at Tellus Science Museum’s Lunch and Learn program today. Titled “Zoo Atlanta presents Living Fossils,” the offering will be held in the … more
Kim Payne’s relationship with 4-H evolved from mom of children in the program to full-time employee. Payne began working for Bartow County 4-H in 2004 when a part-time position became available. “A good friend of mine was leaving her … more
The 2015 College and Career Ready Performance Index was released Tuesday by the Georgia Department of Education, but changes made since last year’s scores make comparing it to the 2014 report impossible. The report shows, however, that Bartow … more
Emerson City Council passed resolutions Monday to explore ways to increase the city’s use of solar energy while reaping higher revenues through higher lodging taxes.“The Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority (GEFA) is requesting … more
LakePoint Sporting Community will soon have some company.Atlanta-based firm Pope & Land Real Estate, in a venture with SSG Strategic Land Partners, has announced they have purchased 150 acres of … more
According to the folks at Merriam-Webster, the term "commerce" has two distinct meanings.One is the standard economic definition — "the exchange or buying and selling of commodities on a large … more
Women who have an obsession with designer purses can always buy them from a retailer, but there's another way of obtaining them that will actually help some deserving students. The Etowah … more
The White City Council was surprised to learn Monday that the route of the infamous Trail of Tears may have come through Bartow County and the city of White rather than further west as was initially … more
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