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Over her last eight years at Adairsville High, Kaylie Noe has seen her fair share of "Joellens" and "Joshes."She described "Joellens" as the smart, witty and motivated students who already come to … more
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Mobile District rang in the new year by implementing cashless operations at its Allatoona Lake day use areas and campgrounds."Going cashless in recreation areas was not … more
Considering the size and scope of the proposed Rome-Cartersville Development Corridor (RCDC) project, it’s only fitting that Tuesday evening’s public information session hosted by the Georgia … more
The identity has been released of the man found dead Tuesday afternoon inside a car outside Walmart in Cartersville. Bartow County Coroner Joel Guyton said the man has been identified as 26-year-old Jordan Fontana of Canton. Guyton said … more
Millage rate is the amount per $1,000 used to calculate taxes on property. Millage rates are most often used to determine personal property taxes — millage is multiplied by the total taxable value of the property. One mill represents $1 in tax per … more
Jody Darby’s recent trip to Washington, D.C., served a twofold purpose: to help him grow professionally as a leader and to allow him to express his views on student financial aid to Congress during Capitol Hill Day. The executive director of … more
Now living in Portland, Oregon, Wallis Smith-Owens, is looking forward to being back home in Cartersville and celebrating Hanukkah with her mother. “Since moving to Portland after college, I don’t always get to spend Hanukkah with family,” … more
Georgia’s agriculture commissioner seemed impressed by what he saw during his tour of Adairsville High School Thursday morning. Commissioner Gary W. Black visited the Georgia Grown Test Kitchen school to speak to agriculture and art students … more
An autopsy is planned by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations’ Medical Examiner’s Office. No charges have been filed in the incident. more
Flu season isn’t far away, and Harbin Clinic is offering its patients a chance get their flu shots in a quick, easy way. Harbin Clinic Family Medicine Cartersville and Harbin Clinic Pediatrics Cartersville at 150 Gentilly Blvd. will be hosting … more
Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed a bill Tuesday that would’ve allowed licensed gun owners to carry their weapons on college campuses. House Bill 859, known as the campus carry bill, would have amended the Official Code of Georgia Annotated to give … more
For years, Al Richards has asked for two things for his birthday and Christmas. more
Inviting area residents to travel “back to the beach,” Keep Bartow Beautiful’s staff will deliver the presentation “Remembering George Washington Carver State Park” on Thursday. Starting at 7 p.m., the lecture will take place at the Bartow … more
For the past three decades, everything in Jim Pinkard's life has been based in Adairsville.He's lived there, retired from the post office there, opened a diner there, pastors a church there and works … more
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