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Next week’s programs at the Bartow County libraries will close out another successful summer reading program for the system. Puppeteer Peter Hart from Atlanta Puppet will bring his hilarious … more
A Tampa, Florida, woman was sentenced to 10 years — with the first four years to serve in federal prison — after entering a negotiated plea of guilty to 13 counts in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday … more
To help equip its residents for the first day of school, Flowering Branch Children’s Shelter is conducting a gift card campaign during the month of July.“Our greatest need as we work to prepare … more
First-year teacher Bridgette Rains spent a few days of her summer hanging out with a bunch of chickens — literal chickens. The seventh-grade life sciences teacher at Cass Middle School … more
Continuing to “help build the next generation of arts-lovers,” Pumphouse Junior will launch the Pumphouse Players’ 45th season with its “Brave Little Tailor” production. Opening Friday … more
Back by popular demand, Babe’s Bayou will take center stage at Music by the Tracks Saturday. The Adairsville-based country band drew the concert series’ largest crowd in 2018.“This is the … more
Tuesday evening’s Euharlee City Council work session largely revolved around a presentation from Williamson and Co. CPAs representative Christian Hatch, who went over the finer points of the … more
After more than an hour of debate, Monday evening’s Cartersville Board of Zoning Appeals meeting ended with the authority taking no action on a variance request to allow on-street, side and front … more
“Surprised and excited” by the honor, Jamie Crews was recognized by the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services for reuniting 19 foster children with their parents. The Kennesaw resident … more
During its shortest meeting in recent memory, the Bartow County School Board announced a new partnership and made some key personnel decisions Monday night. Superintendent Dr. Phillip Page … more
Highlighting the city’s “rich” Civil War history, David and Marie Trawinski will discuss the research efforts of “Ever Blooms the Rose: A Novel of Cartersville’s Rebels, Renegades & … more
If someone told Andrea Mathis to take a hike, she would gladly oblige.The client support specialist at Georgia Highlands College’s Cartersville site has been an avid hiker for more than a decade … more
Bartow County’s Branch 5170 of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) celebrated its 2019 Freedom Fund Banquet Saturday evening at the Hilton Garden Inn in … more
It’s true — high school students really will do anything for a free meal, even voluntarily take and pass a really tough exam.In 2017, Cass High social studies teacher Kevin Busse partnered with … more
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