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Continuing to provide lasting memories, members of the Big Chicken Chorus’ “More Than 4” will deliver Singing Valentines Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. “This will be our sixth year delivering Singing Valentines in the Cartersville area,” … more
The Booth Western Art Museum took center stage at the Southeast Tourism Society’s Shining Example Awards, winning a pair of accolades Thursday. Along the museum’s director of marketing, Tom Shinall, capturing the Rising Star Award, the Booth … more
Woodland High School band students are in for a pleasant surprise when school starts back. The 235-member Wildcats Marching Band will find a newly renovated band room that is twice as large as the old one, a new practice field/parking lot that … more
Voters who previously cast their ballots at the Woodland High Performing Arts Center or the White Fire Department should take note. You have been moved. Bartow County Election Supervisor Joseph Kirk announced Wednesday the relocation of those … more
Highlighting the importance of the winged insect, The Pettit Preserve will present the “What’s the Buzz, Honeybee?” program and hike March 5.“In recent years, honeybees have declined due to Colony Collapse Disorder,” Preserve Executive … more
Parents and teachers in the Cartersville City School System have all the information and resources they need about their students literally at their fingertips. On Sept. 4, the school district … more
A volley of gunfire broke out at Allatoona Pass Battlefield Saturday afternoon as more than two dozen attendees watched Union and Confederate troops skirmish in the woodlands.The haze of rifle … more
Opening Saturday with The Petty Hearts, the 2017-2018 Century Bank Entertainment Series at The Grand Theatre will feature five different concerts through April 21. “Like many people, I have enjoyed Tom Petty’s music for more than 30 years,” … more
Among the day’s highlights was a press conference on the gold dome courthouse’s grounds, where the bureau’s local and state representatives gathered around their recently installed monument. “[Georgia Farm Bureau] actually started June 17 … more
Striving to recruit new members, the American Legion Carl Boyd Post 42 invites veterans and their families to learn more about the organization Saturday. “I served for 15 years in the Army National Guard [from 1976 through 1993] and two years … more
The Adairsville Police Department’s K9 unit will be safer on future patrols thanks to the generosity of the League for Animal Welfare that donated a bulletproof and knifeproof vest for K9 Officer Nero at Thursday’s city council meeting.The … more
The Cartersville church is purchasing the school’s 12 acres of property and 83,000 square feet of building space at 325 Old Mill Road in Cartersville for $4.75 million, Lead Pastor James Griffin said. “In the first phase, we are purchasing … more
“This collaborative is truly one of the highlights of our program at the Cartersville Unit,” said Gordon Gilley, chief professional officer for Boys & Girls Clubs of Bartow County. “Not only does the program provide ‘hands-on’ … more
A police officer killed in the line of duty over the weekend had deep roots in Cartersville, according to those who knew him. Officer Tim Brackeen, of the Shelby (N.C.) Police Department was shot multiple times in the chest while serving a … more
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