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Calling the experience "breathtaking," Taylorsville resident Rita Nadeau was thrilled to take part in the 94th Airlift Wing Boss Lift March 23. Presented at Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, the … more
With student safety being of the utmost importance, Bartow County Schools' campus police department is working on ways to answer one of Dr. Phillip Page's first questions when he became … more
Students enrolled in Cartersville High School's new law and public safety pathway have received firsthand knowledge about the foundation of police work.Lt. Mike Bettikofer from the Cartersville … more
The City of Cartersville Planning Commission voted unanimously at Tuesday evening's meeting to recommend two measures that would expand the footprint of the Savoy Automobile Museum."Several months … more
With their third annual Toy Drive Mixer, leaders of The Circle of Advancement are looking to make Christmas morning full of smiles for children in need."When we first started the Toy Drive Mixer in … more
Newspapers from Cartersville and Cassville have been included in a project to digitalize Georgia's antebellum publications.As part of a $14,495 grant from the R.J. Taylor Jr. Foundation, the Digital … more
Referred to as a “beautiful, historic treasure,” the pre-Civil War Stilesboro Academy will take center stage during the 106th annual Stilesboro Chrysanthemum Show. Set for Saturday, the flower offering will be one of many events transpiring … more
Paying tribute to the late Joy Hill-Watson, the third annual Party in Pink will be presented Saturday. Ongoing from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Zumbathon benefit will take place at the John H. Morgan Gymnasium on Aubrey Street in Cartersville. “Party … more
Bartow County has some dedicated bus drivers. The Bartow Education Foundation recognized 17 county bus drivers who had from one to six years of perfect attendance Wednesday morning during their safety meeting at Cass High School. “This is a … more
Continuing to offer “hope and encouragement” to those experiencing pregnancy or infant loss, Footprints on the Heart’s supporters are bustling with activity this month. “April is certainly kicking off to be a very busy month for our … more
A BCFD crew was initially dispatched to 561 Cedar Creek Road around 2:13 p.m. to a reported grass woods fire that was threatening nearby structures. Upon arrival, crews began working to extinguish the blaze. Bystanders gathered and one witness … more
Theresa Arthen works full time at a senior-living facility in Kennesaw, has been pursuing her Associate of Science in nursing from Georgia Highlands College since 2013, tutors other students in anatomy and maintains a perfect 4.0 GPA. No wonder … more
For Mary Gilreath, a college dare turned into a lifelong commitment to helping save lives through the American Red Cross. Donating blood since 1973, the Cartersville resident reached the 27-gallon mark Tuesday. “I was a freshman in college,” … more
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