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“Before the managed hunts were conducted regularly here at Red Top Mountain State Park, the deer population soared on this property,” Red Top Mountain Park Manager Kelly Howington said. “Since the park is in the shape of a peninsula, the deer … more
Fostering “hope and healing” among human trafficking and sexual exploitation survivors, Sunrise Ministries is continuing to join forces with LOCKS Salon in Cartersville. On Saturday, the nonprofit will sell jewelry from its Sunrise Shop outside … more
A new printer at Chattahoochee Technical College prints more than just two-dimensional sheets of paper. The Stratasys F270 3-D printer will allow drafting technology students at the North Metro campus to work this fall semester with emerging … more
As a volunteer with the Great Lake Allatoona Clean Up, Carole Miller is busy helping promote the event. Seeking more than 3,000 people to assist in the cleanup efforts Sept. 30, the Bartow resident said in recent years the event has collected from 5 … more
“The purpose of the meeting was to celebrate the successful campaign that we had in 2016, and to honor donors and give out awards for volunteers and people that [contributed] ... to the campaign,” said Brenda Morehouse, president of United Way … more
“The mission here is not to simply build buildings,” said Pastor Jeremy Morton. “The mission here is to grow people. Our mission as a church is to reach out to people, to grow people...If building new buildings can be an asset toward meeting … more
Looking back on the first half of 2016, Euharlee City Manager James Stephens says there’s a lot to be proud of. Euharlee passed a local historic preservation ordinance in 1990, which provided for a three-person citizen board to serve as its … more
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Etowah Chapter has struck a gold mine of artistic talent in Bartow County. Members honored their chapter, state, Southeastern division and national winners of the 2015-16 Junior American … more
With the Cartersville Farmer’s Market kicking off May 21, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority currently is accepting applications from prospective vendors. “Our fiscal year ended in July, so we still were getting a number of … more
The Cartersville Electric Department had a busy night Sunday. A downed tree on the intersection of Porter and Gilmer Streets and fallen tree branches near Etowah Drive caused power outages. Director of … more
Call it the Battle of the Bartow Bands.Blood Assurance is sponsoring the Second Annual Battle of the Bands to see which two high school band programs can secure the most blood donations in a six-week … more
A Cass High School senior is competing for one of the highest honors a student can receive.Grace Weeks, 17, was chosen by the Georgia Department of Education in January to represent the state in the … more
Members of the Cartersville City Council, as well as numerous municipal department heads, met at City Hall on Tuesday afternoon to review a proposed fiscal year 2020 budget. The tentative $168 … more
Two state-champion shooting teams from Bartow County 4-H have a chance to bring home dual national titles at the end of the month. The club’s air rifle team — college freshman Sydney Cook, … more
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