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For percussionist Larry Windsor, performing in the Bartow Winds Community Concert Band’s “The Spirit of the Season” concert has turned into a holiday tradition. “I enjoy playing music regardless of the season,” said Windsor, 59, who … more
CARTERSVILLE, Ga. – The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is closing Old Dixie Highway at State Route 140 to through traffic for approximately a month beginning immediately. A detour will be set up which will divert traffic onto US 41/SR … more
A memorial service for Heather Dianne McDonald, the Cartersville mother who disappeared in September and whose body was found in October, will be held Dec. 10 according to an obituary on the Parnick Jennings Funeral Home and Cremation Services web … more
Bartow County library patrons have a unique opportunity to soak up some history and culture — for free. The Bartow County Library System is one of more than 400 libraries in Georgia’s 159 counties that is taking advantage of a new partnership … more
A group of Bartow County 4-H Club members spent part of their Thanksgiving break bringing a little holiday cheer to a local nursing home. Eighteen 4-H’ers ushered in the holidays at Maple Ridge Health Care Center in Cartersville Wednesday … more
Georgia Power’s coal-fired power plants, including Bartow’s Plant Bowen, made the “Georgia’s Dirty Dozen” report compiled annually by the Georgia Water Coalition detailing the worst offenders to state waters. “Although the primary … more
Offering “a sense of wonder” during the holiday season, a pair of ballets will continue to grace the stage at The Grand Theatre.The Cartersville City Ballet will kick off the festivities next month with a traditional version of “The … more
Helping kick off the holiday season, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority’s annual tree lighting will continue to be held in conjunction with the Cartersville-Bartow County Exchange Club’s Christmas Parade on Thursday. “The tree … more
Students at Chattahoochee Technical College were treated last week to an international party filled with the sights, sounds and aromas of several different countries. The college’s international services department hosted the 15th annual … more
Students at Clear Creek Elementary School have learned at an early age that not everyone is as fortunate as they are. Led by the Fifth-Grade National Junior Beta Club, the students collected more than 800 pairs of new socks, gently used coats and … more
For the second consecutive year, The Pumphouse Players and ACT I are teaming up to present Charles Dickens’ holiday classic, “A Christmas Carol.”Opening Friday at 8 p.m., the play will be performed at The Legion Theatre, 114 W. Main St. in … more
In its third year participating in #GivingTuesday, Advocates for Children looks to generate awareness and more than $30,000 for its overall operations. Turning the initiative into an annual outreach event, the Cartersville nonprofit is promoting … more
At 6:24 p.m. Wednesday night Bartow County Emergency Medical Services (BCEMS), along with several additional agencies, responded to a car accident that occured on Highway 41, near Grassdale Road. Once on the scene, emergency services found a male … more
“As in any profession, there are often tools needed by our local fire and rescue teams that may be difficult to obtain without financial assistance from local individuals and businesses. The consequences of not having the critical items can have … more
Inspired to help those in her hometown recover from Hurricane Matthew, Reshelle Gainor — with the public’s assistance — distributed necessities to North Carolina residents Nov. 12.After collecting supplies in Bartow and the surrounding area, … more
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