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The Cartersville Fire and Cartersville Police departments are seeking information about a fire that broke out at 152 Jones St. in Cartersville July 6 at approximately 12:30 a.m. Cartersville Fire Marshal Mark Hathaway said in a press release that … more
In 2014, Cartersville Medical Center in Cartersville generated more than $227,465,038 in revenue for the local and state economy, according to a recent report by the Georgia Hospital Association, the state’s largest hospital trade … more
 A Bartow County couple received quite a surprise Sunday when they discovered a woman lying in their garage with multiple gunshot wounds.About 3 p.m., Marsha Watkins heard her husband, Bob, … more
Pat Henley admits she looks at life through rose-colored glasses, but that view has led to a collection of stunning photographs from around the world. The Rossville photographer has selected 32 … more
Students at Georgia Highlands College have pulled together to help some of their own who are in need.The college's Student Government Association conducted a relief drive Oct. 22 to Nov. 16 at all … more
Alexandra Van Ryn MacMurdo Reiter knew her grandfather was a Polish diplomat during World War II, but she had no idea he was a hero.The assistant professor of communication at Georgia Highlands … more
According to a press release from the CPD, Cartersville Investigators confirmed the gangs committed three commercial burglaries in the city of Cartersville, as well as multiple others in Bartow County. It is estimated these gangs are responsible … more
“Lowry Mill was put out for bid and we went through the pre-bid process and found there were five vendors interested in bidding,” Goss told the council in August. “The bid process was suspended to get a little more supporting data and all that … more
Serving up friendly competition and complimentary sandwich samples, the Tomato Festival will take center stage in downtown Cartersville Saturday.To be presented in the Founders Oak parking lot, the fifth annual offering will occur during the … more
A Cartersville native is about to become a published author. Dr. Adam Joseph Shellhorse, a 1996 graduate of Cartersville High School, will have his first book, “Anti-Literature: The Politics and Limits of Representation in Modern Brazil and … more
Recently receiving the Community Greening accolade, the Lake Allatoona Fish Habitat program will once again benefit from Keep Bartow Beautiful’s Bring One for the Chipper campaign. From Dec. 26 to Feb. 1, area residents can participate in the … more
Georgia Highlands College recently honored its employees for their hard work and dedication. The college recognized faculty and staff members for the 2015-16 academic year by handing out six awards at the annual in-service meeting. Three of … more
In its third offering, the May Market at Rose Lawn is quickly becoming a crowd favorite, with some patrons favoring the spring event over the venue’s established fall arts festival. Presented when many of the property’s more than 200 rose … more
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