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On Thursday, Chattahoochee Technical College will team up with the Bartow County Cooperative Extension Office to offer the Northwest Georgia Green Industry & Gardening Symposium. “The gardening symposium is now in its third year hosted by … more
The Cartersville City Council wasted little time Thursday hearing rezoning requests, authorizing grant applications and giving away cabooses. more
When the Department of Justice announced in December the suspension of the federal asset forfeiture sharing program, law enforcement officials here said the long-term buck was passed to the taxpayer. more
Pine Log Elementary will turn into chili heaven next week to help a little boy battling cancer. more
To prevent child sexual abuse, Advocates for Children’s A Better Way Children’s Advocacy Center is helping form a Darkness to Light task force. more
During Wednesday’s public meeting, Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor approved the 2016 operating budget of $105,470,517.14. “Commissioner, we had the public hearing last week,” Bartow County Administrator Peter Olson said. “Just to … more
Brandie Freeman continues to pile up the teaching awards. One of the Woodland High science teacher’s most recent victories is the 2016 PASCO STEM Educator Award from the National Science Teachers Association, which netted her $5,000 in PASCO … more
Brandie Freeman continues to pile up the teaching awards. One of the Woodland High science teacher’s most recent victories is the 2016 PASCO STEM Educator Award from the National Science Teachers Association, which netted her $5,000 in PASCO … more
In recognition of World Spay Day on Feb. 23, Adairsville Animal Hospital is promoting the importance of spaying and neutering. more
A group of retired educators is offering financial help to current educators who want to further their career. more
2015 was a year of economic progress for Bartow County that saw companies expanding or opening, industrial property developed and a comprehensive financial plan implemented. more
Carrying on her father’s legacy, Joy Hill Watson is busy organizing the late Rev. Matthew Hill’s 32nd annual Wild Feast that will be presented at St. Luke A.M.E. Church on Sunday. Hill — a retired Cartersville educator and school board member … more
The Cartersville Public Library is offering a way to help people press on toward their New Year’s resolution of losing weight. more
Providing a glimpse into the process of preserving historical materials, the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum will offer a book restoration workshop Feb. 27. Starting at 10 a.m., the complimentary program will feature a presentation from … more
John Parton’s above-and-beyond volunteer efforts have not gone unnoticed. more
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