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More than 200 people came out to the Cartersville Civic Center Saturday evening for the Second Annual Unity Table Dinner, an event co-hosted by United Voices for Humanity and Masjid Quba … more
Mission Road Elementary School took its Family Science Night to a different level this year. For the first time, the Clorox Co. sponsored the Cartersville school’s annual event Thursday night to “give students the opportunity to experience … more
A 2008 Cass High School graduate and Cartersville native is serving with a U.S. Navy helicopter squadron that flies the Navy’s newest and most technologically-advanced helicopter. Petty Officer 2nd Class Allan Graham is an aviation … more
The Adairsville City Council work session began on an upbeat note as several citizens stood to compliment the city for two successful downtown events, the April 22 Clean-Up Day and last weekend’s BBQ & Blues. “We had a great turnout for … more
The Bartow County 4-H Club’s rabies clinic is a winning proposition for all involved — dogs and cats get their rabies shots; pet owners get a reduced cost; and two local organizations get some much-needed funds. Veterinarian Dr. Spencer Tally … more
In recognition of his efforts to secure thousands of jobs and more than $2 billion in projects for Bartow County over the years, Eric Strickland recently received the Volunteer of the Year award from the Georgia Economic Developers … more
A lunchtime robbery of a local bank resulted in a brief hunt for the suspect, which ended in Paulding County with one man being arrested. The suspect, later identified as Joel Michael Bennett, entered the bank and presented a note demanding … more
Fifty years ago, a television show boldly went where few television shows had gone before. And 50 years later, “Star Trek” continues to attract devoted fans and rake in the money from several spinoffs and feature films. To celebrate the cult … more
2016 has started well for Georgia Highlands College. more
As if their names didn't give it away, "D" and Santana Gossett aren't exactly your run-of-the-mill mom and pop business owners.Whereas other local small businesses hold events to celebrate … more
The checkerboard covers and paper towel rolls on every table may make Fire It Up BBQ at 22 GA 20 Spur in Cartersville seem like a folksy, Southern-style hole-in-the-wall, but owner Bill … more
Proving that sometimes real life is funnier than fiction, the Senior Shenanigans ensemble often draws inspiration from everyday occurrences for its annual variety show."They are always looking for … more
“We’re covering mammals in winter to talk about what bears, raccoons, groundhogs and other mammals do to cope with the cold temperatures, which is also a time where less food is available from nature,” Preserve Executive Director Marina … more
Wet sidewalks do not make great canvases for a chalk art contest, but that didn’t keep the competition from pushing ahead. Eight high school art clubs from Bartow, Cobb and Paulding counties showed up at the Booth Western Art Museum on a rainy … more
Extending “comfort and hope” to those experiencing pregnancy or infant loss, Footprints on the Heart will present its sixth annual Candle Lighting and Remembrance Event Saturday. “Our inaugural candle lighting event was held in October 2012 … more
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