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A Cartersville man may have taken one of the last photos of aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, who disappeared over the central Pacific Ocean on July 2, 1937 — 80 years ago today — as she attempted to circumnavigate the globe. Herman Glass, now … more
Joining the Bartow County Health Department in June 1997, Cathy Green continues to serve area residents as the organization’s nurse manager. “I was drawn to public health because of the strong focus on prevention of disease and disabilities, … more
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division ordered the Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Co. (TRANSCO) to cease work on its entire 115-mile natural gas pipeline Friday after a number of Bartow County landowners accused the company of environmental … more
Students looking for a quality nursing program don’t have to look any further than Chattahoochee Technical College. Based on licensure exam pass rates from 2011 to 2015, CTC’s Associate of Science in nursing program was ranked No. 5 in the … more
A Cass High graduate is about to take part in an event that she believes will be the highlight of her military career. Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Tracy Funck of Cartersville was chosen to be part of the Joint Task Force — National Capital Region for … more
Serving as a tribute to area residents’ loved ones, the Memorial Tree Program is continuing to take root at Sam Smith Park. Spearheaded by Suzi Justus and Lane Peters in 2009, the effort — that includes more than 80 trees — now is overseen by … more
This year, the Fourth of July festivities at Dellinger Park will be presented by the Rotary Club of Etowah, not the Cartersville Optimist Club. Citing lack of manpower, the Cartersville Optimist Club … more
Striving to provide a "helping hand" across the county, SPLASH Bartow organizers are seeking service projects for the local mission effort July 10 to 13.An acronym of Show People Love and Share Him, … more
A workshop at Georgia Highlands College last week took a look at the threat of epidemics in today's society based on how diseases affected the country in the past. GHC's history department … more
Bartow's largest employer recently signed an agreement with the United States Army to join the Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) program, an initiative that guarantees job interviews for soldiers … more
The mysterious nature of owls will take flight during Pettit Environmental Preserve's first Explore Nature Saturday offering in 2019. Starting at 10 a.m., the Amazing Owls Program & Hike will be … more
Striving to help teenagers be the “belles of the ball,” Love Travels’ officials are reaching out to the public to donate prom apparel.“Belles of the Ball is the ultimate prom dress shopping … more
Tuesday evening’s Euharlee City Council work session was dominated by discussion of license plate readers and traffic enforcement cameras.“The police department has made two presentations related … more
Taking the helm March 25, Tom Gilliam is looking forward to strengthening and enhancing the Cartersville Parks & Recreation Department.“I pursued this opportunity because I really liked the … more
The 19-year-old who suffered severe leg trauma and was airlifted to Atlanta Medical Center has been identified as Travis Terry, of Cassville, by the GSP. According to the police report, at 7 p.m., a 1998 Ford F-150 crossed over the center line of … more
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