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At a meeting Tuesday night, more than 40 Spring Place community homeowners prepared to fight a proposal to rezone the rural area in the northeastern county from agricultural to commercial. At the heart of their concern is a request by Greg Bowen, … more
The Cartersville City Council approved a rezoning application Thursday that will allow the city gas department to move to a new location. The department’s current home on Cook Street was rendered uninhabitable by a series of sinkholes that … more
To help foster a “thriving local economy,” local officials are encouraging holiday shoppers to take part in Nov. 26’s Small Business Saturday. “Small Business Saturday is a national movement meant to highlight how important small … more
“The summit is geared for all people who have the desire to see God work in our area and across our state for good,” said David Franklin, associational missionary for the Bartow Baptist Association. “There will be testimonies; focus prayer … more
One of Bartow County College and Career Academy’s work-based learning partners has been honored for its work with student apprentices at the Cartersville school. voestalpine Automotive Body Parts Inc. was named Business Partner of the Year at … more
An expansion of educational partnerships by Shaw Industries is providing new career options for students at two Bartow County high schools. The Dalton-based carpet and flooring company announced Nov. 8 — National STEM/STEAM Day — that it was … more
Georgia’s agriculture commissioner seemed impressed by what he saw during his tour of Adairsville High School Thursday morning. Commissioner Gary W. Black visited the Georgia Grown Test Kitchen school to speak to agriculture and art students … 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
In recognition of his efforts to secure thousands of jobs and more than $2 billion in projects for Bartow County over the years, Eric Strickland recently received the Volunteer of the Year award from the Georgia Economic Developers … more
“The take-away will be, ‘Wow, there are a lot of stories I can sell here,’” said Archer, executive director for Cartersville-Bartow County Convention & Visitors Bureau. “I think our ‘Only in Cartersville’ hook will take hold. … more
Veteran and military families at Chattahoochee Technical College know without a doubt that their school has their backs. Georgia’s largest technical college celebrated the grand opening of its new Veteran Service Center on the Marietta campus … more
Chattahoochee Technical College has been recognized as one of the top certificate-producing institutions in the nation. In its recent Top 100 report, Community College Week ranked Georgia’s largest technical college as 49th in the nation in all … more
Serving as a forensic interviewer for A Better Way Child Advocacy Center since 2013, Amanda Tant recently was named director of the Advocates for Children offering. “After interviewing more than 450 alleged victims of abuse and neglect, I felt … more
“We opened Nov. 10, 1973,” said Black, who owns the Cartersville bookstore with his wife, Judy. “We’ve had a good run. We’ve been in business for 43 years, but at our stage of life, it’s time for a change. It’s time to move in a … more
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