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This was the first year Cartersville High School celebrated Manufacturing Day, but it won’t be the last. Occurring the first Friday of October each year, the celebration of modern manufacturing is meant to inspire the next generation of … more
Sherry Dysart had a hand in building North Metro Technical Institute from the ground up. The director of payroll and personnel at Chattahoochee Technical College was one of the first employees of North Metro Tech (later North Metro College) — … more
Leslie McCrary is someone who sees beauty in things that most people would consider ugly. The Cartersville photographer has a knack for turning something past its prime — abandoned cars and buildings, rusty bike chains, old bottles and … more
Georgia Highlands College will be hosting an open house for Go Back. Move Ahead. at the Cartersville campus Tuesday, April 22, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the student center, room 120A&B. GBMA is a campaign that encourages non-traditional/adult … more
Despite some early morning rains and chilly temperatures, the inaugural running of the Georgia Steeplechase still brought thousands of spectators to the Bartow/Floyd border on … more
Roughly a year ago, CEO Kenna Stock announced at a Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce event that Harbin Clinic would be building a new facility off U.S. 41 … more
On-campus construction is forcing changes in the traffic pattern at Cartersville High School for the 2018-19 school year.  Parents, students and visitors who will be driving on campus during the … more
Georgia Highlands College has filled the vacancy left when former Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Renva Watterson retired this summer.Dr. Dana Nichols has been appointed the new VPAA and will … more
The ruckus started two weeks ago after municipal elections, when it was learned that White city councilman Jimmy Bennett had resigned, allowing outgoing mayor Chris Allen to appoint former police chief David King to replace Bennett. King had lost … more
A multi-state investigation has led to the arrest of a couple, including a Cartersville man, on child exploitation charges. The Bartow County Sheriff’s Office originally received information that Shawn Ryan Budovic, 27, of Cartersville, was … more
A man was found dead in his car in the Walmart parking lot Tuesday afternoon. First responders arrived on scene to find the man already deceased in a white SUV. The Bartow County coroner was called to the scene, but no information was released … more
A picky customer and a shortage of corned beef brought Johnny Mitchell’s one of the top culinary awards in Georgia recently. Johnny Mitchell’s Smokehouse had one of their signature sandwiches, The Redneck Reuben, named to Explore Georgia’s … more
For the second year, the school is conducting a two-week March for Babies fundraising campaign to help the March of Dimes prevent prematurity and birth defects in newborns, and it wants to top its first-year total of $11,000. “March of Dimes … more
“The take-away will be, ‘Wow, there are a lot of stories I can sell here,’” said Archer, executive director for Cartersville-Bartow County Convention & Visitors Bureau. “I think our ‘Only in Cartersville’ hook will take hold. … more
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