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Barbecuing in a garbage can may not be the most conventional way of cooking, but it sure can turn out some tasty meat. Fifteen culinary arts students at Chattahoochee Technical College competed for the title of best barbecue in the annual Trash … more
Through its upcoming golf tournament, the United Way of Bartow County will continue to honor the late Ric Mason Jr.’s “heart for serving others.” Known for his philanthropic efforts, Mason — a former United Way board member — died … more
Over the next two weekends, Red Top Mountain State Park will provide patrons a window to the past with its Spring at the Homestead and rescheduled Hills of Iron events. To be presented Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Spring at the … more
Harry J. Pugliese announces his candidacy for the office of Bartow County Commissioner. Harry has been a resident of Bartow County since 1968 and is a proven, effective leader who cares about the future of Bartow County, the environment, and the … more
A 36-year-old Cartersville man was arrested and charged with attacking an elderly man in his home after a Tuesday morning incident. According to a release from the office of Sheriff Clark Millsap, 36-year-old Jason Hansard, of 33 Sweetbriar … more
With today marking the fifth anniversary of the EF3 tornado that struck Bartow County, local and state officials are reflecting on past relief efforts while underscoring the need for area residents to be prepared for the next weather … more
Mourning the death of a loved one is something just about everyone has done, but most people probably have no idea why they did certain things that they did. For example, where did the custom of wearing black after a death originate or why do … more
Sentencing has been set for two Cartersville men who were found guilty for the April 7, 2015 murder of another Bartow County man. Arrick DeAndre Camps, 21, and Bernard Mario Dixon, 21, were found guilty of the charges on April 4, nearly a year to … more
Grief over losing a beloved grandmother turned into comfort for people in need. Two years ago, Taylorsville resident Ashley Edge started Knots for Nanny — a service project where she made fleece blankets for cancer patients originally but … more
Normally off on Sundays, Charity Chastain was thrilled to spend some down time at work April 24, watching a major motion picture unfold outside her Cartersville business. Located at 6 S. Wall St., Chastain’s Lulabelle’s Closet was situated in … more
Emerson City Council, facing a glut of needed repairs, but with nowhere near enough cash to hire the needed manpower, may turn to prison power to solve its problems. “We have talked in the past about beautifying the city, especially along the … more
Four high school students from Bartow County have made history. Allison Vagase, Lizeth Hernandez, Sisie Enamorado and London Shaw all won first place on the national level of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution 2015-16 … more
Serving as Red Top Mountain State Park’s interpretive ranger since May 2015, Hannah Warner welcomes each opportunity to spark a child’s curiosity in Mother Nature. “I love bringing kids outdoors and introducing them to the amazing world … more
With her daughter turning 4 months this week, Tiera Smith is rejoicing in the opportunity to celebrate each of Lillian’s developmental milestones. Currently 7 pounds, 2 ounces, Lillian was born premature at 29 weeks on Dec. 31, 2015, weighing only … more
As construction continues on the future site of the Main Street Market Place, new details about the shopping center are starting to materialize. Anchored by Kroger, which is on pace to open by October, the development at 125 E. Main St. in … more
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