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Most students who graduated from Chattahoochee Technical College this month had long had their high school diplomas in hand, but Cheyanne Head hadn't even seen hers yet.  Head, 18, participated … more
On Thursday, lead radiation therapist Jodi Ward treated an atypical patient at the Hope Center — "Mr. Styrofoam Head."The foam mannequin prop was used to showcase Cartersville Medical Center's … more
An estimated 200 people attended a service in Cartersville Tuesday morning to commemorate Eid al-Adha, one of two official holidays celebrated by nearly 2 billion Muslims across the globe … more
The Pumphouse Players will serve up an enchanting evening of love and witchcraft with its upcoming production of "Bell, Book and Candle." Opening Friday at 8 p.m., the performance will be presented … more
Offering family-friendly entertainment, Fall for Emerson will bolster funds and awareness for the creation of Monroe Park.The festival will take place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the grounds … more
The CATS students at Woodland High School continue to excel in the area of musical theater. For the third year, the advanced musical theater class, known as Cartersville Artistic Talents … more
Following a second reading, the Cartersville City Council unanimously approved an ordinance amendment Thursday evening allowing restaurants to sell "partially consumed bottles" of wine to … more
A Cherokee Judicial Circuit judge denied a request from an attorney seeking to seal the records of a former law enforcement officer — who pleaded guilty to committing sex crimes against a … more
A group of choral students from Cartersville Elementary School experienced an event last weekend that they will never forget. The 41 fourth- and fifth-grade singers in the CES Orffestra traveled to Philips Arena in downtown Atlanta Sunday … more
Nestled on a hill across from Love’s Travel Stop in Emerson, Damascus Cemetery continues to serve as a reminder of the 1800s Bartow community. “Because of where Emerson is located — between two major highways, I-75 and U.S 41 — it was … more
Continuing to promote the “art of beekeeping," Victor Halbgewachs will kick off the 2017 Bartow Lawn & Garden Seminar series. Set for Tuesday, the Cartersville resident’s “Beginning Beekeeping” presentation will take place from 7 to 8 … more
The first class of Scottish country dancing at the Cartersville Public Library was such a hit that a second class is forming next month. The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society will be teaching another eight-week course starting Thursday, Jan. … more
Greg Ford finally got the chance to work closer to home last year. Ford has lived in Cartersville for the past nine years and had been commuting daily to Atlanta, where he worked at Morehouse School of Medicine and was a faculty member at … more
One week after two people were murdered inside the bedroom of their Bartow County home, an arrest warrant was issued Monday for the man accused of killing the pair. Humberto J. “Beto” Lobo Renaud, of Marietta, will be charged with killing … more
In honor of National Day of Prayer, hundreds of worshippers gathered near the steps of the Frank Moore Administration and Judicial Center in Cartersville Thursday. Regarded as one of the largest National Day of Prayer offerings in the Southeast, … more
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