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On Saturday, the Makers’ Festival and Mountain Music Series will take center stage at Red Top Mountain State Park. While the Makers’ Festival will be making its debut, the bluegrass concerts have become a summer fixture at the Acworth … more
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Etowah Chapter has struck a gold mine of artistic talent in Bartow County. Members honored their chapter, state, Southeastern division and national winners of the 2015-16 Junior American … more
Former Euharlee police chief Terry Harget and assistant chief Richard Smith are scheduled to appear in Superior Court Judge Suzanne H. Smith’s courtroom on the week of June 13-17. Each faces a charge of felony theft by deception. At a bond … more
With a pair of markets on tap for Saturday, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is assuring the city will be bustling with activity. Kicking off with the return of the Cartersville Farmer’s Market, the day’s festivities will wrap up … more
The Bartow County School Board has moved a little closer to meeting its need for new school buses. At Monday’s night meeting, board members approved 5-0 buying 10 additional 72-passenger buses through the state contract with Rush Truck Center … more
The Zika virus is on track to begin spreading in the U.S. and we’re not ready for it, the Centers for Disease Control said Tuesday. But Cartersville Public Works director Tommie Sanders wants to ensure it never comes to this city. “So far, … more
A Bartow County Sheriff’s deputy was arrested Tuesday by agents from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). Josh Nelson, 31, was arrested and charged with violation of oath of office, possession of methamphetamine and sexual assault by a … more
The Bartow History Museum welcomes Valerie Frey, who will discuss her latest book, “Preserving Family Recipes: How to Save and Celebrate your Food Traditions,” on May 18 at noon. Frey will discuss the value of recipes, exploring them as … more
Georgia Highlands College’s Cartersville campus is growing. Funding for a new $17.7 million academic building was approved in the fiscal year 2017 state budget signed by Gov. Nathan Deal May 2, and the new science, technology, engineering and … more
Described as the group’s best exhibit to date, the “Booth Artists’ Guild Exhibition” will be on display at the Booth Western Art Museum through Aug. 14. Located in the venue’s Borderlands Gallery, the 59-piece exhibit features the works of … more
With their lives revolving around medical appointments over the past four years, the Williams family’s trip to Walt Disney World and Universal Studios was a welcomed fun-filled, memory-making experience. Considering the opportunity a … more
Striving to offer outside-the-box local productions, Christopher Lee Gentry founded TheatreExtreme with Meghann Humphreys in October 2014. “A few years ago Meghann cast me as Dr. Lyman Sanderson in ‘Harvey,’” Gentry said. “It was my … more
Voters will have a chance to get a jump on the May 24 general primary election when early voting continues throughout Bartow County this week. Citizens will be able to vote as the Cartersville Civic Center at 435 West Main Street will be open for … more
Not many 18-year-olds can have “published author” on their resume, but Luke Evans can. The Cartersville High senior celebrated the April 30 release of his first young-adult novel, “The Earth Bound,” at a book signing Tuesday in the school … more
As chairman of the Adairsville Downtown Development Authority, Ahmad Hall is delighted to help bring another event to the downtown square. Set for May 21 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., the BBQ & Blues Festival will be presented by the Adairsville DDA, … more
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