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The Bartow County School Board adopted a fiscal year 2019 consolidated budget that includes salary increases, kindergarten paraprofessionals and a one-time pay supplement as well as no austerity … more
As displayed by Tellus Science Museum's flag flying at half-staff Thursday, the late Charles "Chuck" R. McNitt will be profoundly missed by his friends at Georgia Museums Inc.'s venues. The … more
Deep in the Bible belt, Cartersville resident Brandon Lee knows atheism is about as appetizing to the masses as an unbuttered biscuit.But much to the chagrin of his grandmother — who couldn't … more
The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation has made tickets and sponsorships available for its largest annual fundraising event, the $5,000 Reverse Raffle, which is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 19, at 6:30 p.m. in Building D on Chattahoochee Technical … more
“The people that come and support us and help us out with [the motorcycle ride], if it wasn’t for them, we couldn’t do it,” said Bagley, whose wife passed away from ovarian and breast cancer in 2013. “When I go over there and give [Cancer … more
Crews from Chattanooga-based Morgan Construction Co. are rebuilding 21,000 square feet for Ross, while PetSmart is scheduled to bring in their own crews to work on their half of the building. “We are having to completely rework all of the … more
Fireworks may be legal in Georgia now, but they’re still dangerous and need to be handled with care. Bartow County residents who plan to celebrate New Year’s Eve with Roman candles, bottle rockets and other types of pyrotechnics should use … more
On Sunday, TheatreExtreme will kick off its Reader’s Theatre Series with “The Laramie Project.” “The Reader’s Theatre Series on Sunday is intended to introduce shows to local audience members that they might not ordinarily consider … more
A policy change will enable more Cartersville High students to earn “honor graduate with distinction” status at graduation. The revision of the Cartersville School Board Policy IHC-Honor Graduates and Honor Graduates with Distinction will … more
A Taylorsville woman died in a weekend motorcycle wreck, and the driver was charged with driving on a suspended license from a previous DUI charge. According to a release from the Georgia State Patrol, a motorcycle was traveling southbound on … more
Bartow County 4-H'ers turned out in force and snagged a number of awards at one of their biggest competitions of the year.The group once again excelled at the annual junior/senior District Project … more
After roughly 10 hours of deliberation, jurors found Lance Odell Gregory, 38, guilty of one count of aggravated child molestation and three counts of child molestation in Bartow Superior Court Friday … more
In honor of Flag Day, the American Legion Carl Boyd Post 42 will present a flag retirement ceremony June 14 at 11 a.m. Established in 1916, Flag Day is recognized annually around the nation by … more
After three days of review last October, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has officially reaffirmed Georgia Highlands College’s accreditation for a 10-year … more
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