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According to a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office report, a woman fled police last week after being caught shoplifting from a Dollar General in Acworth, throwing a window frame at an officer before running into the woods. The woman was spotted by … more
Helping veterans acclimate to civilian life is one mission Chattahoochee Technical College takes seriously. To help further that mission, the college will host its second Veteran and Family Member Benefit Expo Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at … more
“[I] will be talking about brining meats. To brine is to marinate for a long time,” said Mitchell, who owns Johnny Mitchell’s Smokehouse with his wife, Jill. “... It involves sugars and salts and spices that helps preserve the meat. We’ll … more
Tellus Science Museum has planned an evening filled with activities that combine art with different areas of science. During the lecture “Geology and Art” at 7 p.m., artist Merrill Mahaffey will explain how he translates his love for geology … more
Since the early 2000s, proceeds from the bike ride have helped supplement the tuition of the nonprofit’s residents. Located in White, Hickory Log — a personal care home that provides shelter and training for developmentally disabled men — … more
The chorus of “amens” filling the room made a public hearing on the millage rate seem more like a church service than a government meeting. The Bartow County School Board held the hearing Monday night to give residents a chance to sound off … more
Involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes since high school, Shannon Boatfield currently serves as the organization’s area director for Bartow and Polk counties. “Our purpose is simply to impact the world for Jesus Christ through the … more
Another team of Bartow County 4-H'ers had a strong showing at a state competition. The high school horse-judging team of Benjamin Craven, Bethany Craven, Gabriel Craven and Kara Turner came in … more
Continuing to serve "Georgia Baptists with faithfulness and effectiveness," Scott Barkley was promoted to editor of The Christian Index June 1. Joining The Index in 2004, the Cartersville resident … more
There's no use explaining the appeal of steer wrestling, calf roping, barrel racing and wild cow milking to Yankees — not that too many Northern transplants were among the thousands of attendees … more
Back with a new name and location, Cartersville Comic Con 2018 will be presented Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Previously known as the Northwest Georgia Comic, Horror and Toy Expo and the … more
In a strange twist of fate, a Floyd County man was driving by a residence Sunday when he spotted the ATV that was stolen from him in December 2012. According to a police report, the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office was called to Hardin Bridge … more
A man who fled from police Sunday after being named a person of interest in a 15-day-old child’s death reportedly had warrants for his arrest out of Bartow County. Christopher McNabb, 27, of Covington, was arrested by the Bartow County … more
After a second reading, council approved the Downtown Development Authority’s request to create a business improvement district. There is already an existing district, but due to changes in state law, the city had to go through several revisions … more
Continuing to provide a platform for area artisans to highlight their creations, the second annual Makers’ Festival will be presented at Red Top Mountain State Park Saturday. “Diane Burgoon, the event coordinator for the Maker’s Festival, … more
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