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The Cartersville City Council heard the first reading of a media ordinance that creates an approval process for companies wishing to film in Cartersville. “This ordinance outlines what film companies can do and minimize the impact on quality of … more
With the holiday season quickly approaching, Chris Patterson is challenging his fellow hunters to donate excess venison to charity. “I’ve been hunting all my life,” said Patterson, who recently donated venison to Advocates for Children’s … more
Two people wanted in the disappearance and death of a North Carolina man were nabbed in Northwest Georgia on Monday, with one being apprehended in Bartow County. Authorities say Felicia Fox and Travis Bowman were arrested on Monday, with Fox … more
Known for its plentiful rest stops and worthy cause, the Cartersville Century continues to serve as the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bartow County Inc.’s top fundraiser. In its 19th year, Saturday’s bike ride is expected to draw hundreds of … more
The appearance of a possible conflict of interest led the Bartow County Board of Elections and Voter Registration to hold a called meeting to replace its attorney. “This is short, sweet and to the point,” said Elections Supervisor Joseph … more
For a pair of Cartersville Medical Center physicians, providing emergency treatment to fellow airplane passengers was an unexpected yet memorable experience. In separate instances, Dr. Carlo Oller — medical director for CMC’s ER — responded … more
Referred to as a Renaissance man, the Rev. Dr. Edward Rhodes is known for his love of God, groundbreaking law enforcement tenure and bridging the racial divide. Upon meeting him, one also quickly … more
Hundreds of daylily cultivars will take center stage Saturday as Curlette Hennard and her husband, Ken, share their “little piece of heaven” with gardening enthusiasts. Their Cartersville … more
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
At the city's monthly work session, Adairsville Police Chief Mike Jones announced that Jason Kellett, currently the police chief in Trion, had been hired to be the assistant chief, following the … 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
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