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The next time Euharlee Police Sergeant Mike Baldwin has to send Spartacus, a 3-year old Belgian Malinois, to apprehend a bad guy, he can rest a little easier knowing that his dog is a lot safer thanks to the kindness of others. Spartacus recently … more
The Cartersville City School Board voted on five items on the consent agenda and eight personnel issues at Monday night’s meeting. Board members approved 6-0, with member Floyd Braid out of town, ratifying the low quote of $17,683.42 from Rush … more
Describing their achievement as “a history-making moment,” Barnsley Resort’s regional sales manager, Ginny Izydore, and her daughter recently captured awards from the Meeting Professionals International’s Georgia Chapter June 30. Izydore … more
A one-time program hosted by the Cartersville Public Library has turned into an eight-week class. “Susan Tumlin, who organized the performance and demonstration in June, asked us about hosting a Scottish country dance class at the library as an … more
Rosemary “Roma” Tyler has managed to bring the beauty and serenity of the ocean to landlocked Cartersville. The Woodstock artist’s oil paintings — seascapes, a waterfall, flowers and landscapes — will be on display in the Cartersville … more
Portraying Galileo Galilei at Tellus Science Museum’s upcoming Night at the Museum, David Dundee is looking forward to highlighting the Italian scientist’s contributions to astronomy in the 1600s. Set for Aug. 13 from 6 to 10 p.m., the eighth … more
The timing worked out perfectly for Katie Kienitz. When Kienitz was ready to go to work for a library, the position of adult services library assistant opened up at the Bartow County Library System. “I've always loved books, and I had been … more
A Cartersville landowner’s request — the second in seven months — that City Council change his property’s zoning from residential to light industrial was denied again on Thursday. The landowner, Billy Wright, first approached the council … more
With Adairsville’s and Cartersville’s farmers’ markets in full swing, Bartow County Extension Coordinator Paul Pugliese is delighted to see opportunities for shoppers to purchase locally-grown produce double in the past few years. While the … more
Looking back on the first half of 2016, Euharlee City Manager James Stephens says there’s a lot to be proud of. Euharlee passed a local historic preservation ordinance in 1990, which provided for a three-person citizen board to serve as its … more
Serving as a tribute to area residents’ loved ones, the Memorial Tree Program is continuing to take root at Sam Smith Park. Spearheaded by Suzi Justus and Lane Peters in 2009, the effort — that includes more than 80 trees — now is overseen by … more
To help develop its “future nurse workforce with a structured and evidence-based educational program,” Cartersville Medical Center is among 22 hospitals in the TriStar Division of HCA that will offer a nurse residency program. “This program … more
With school just now getting started, the Cartersville City School Board’s agenda for Monday night’s meeting is short. At the work session Thursday night, board members took a look at the agenda, which includes five items on the consent … more
School bells rang all over Bartow County Wednesday morning, officially signaling the beginning of the 2016-17 school year. More than 13,000 elementary, middle and high school students traded their beach gear for backpacks and their sleep-til-noon … more
Most Cartersville City schools reported no problems Wednesday as students in pre-K through 12th grade headed back to the classroom after their 10-week summer break. District spokeswoman Vicky Durham said 4,168 students reported to class on the … more
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