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Citizens of the city of White will get a sneak peek Friday at the Stamp Creek History and Heritage Center under construction on the second floor of White City Hall."It's not going to be complete by … more
A group of peer leaders and teachers at Cartersville High School want to offer hope and support to students who may be thinking of ending their lives.Fifty students and eight teachers gathered at the … more
Striving to provide holiday cheer and needed funds for children's charities, the Cartersville-Bartow County Exchange Club is seeking participants for its Christmas Parade Dec. 6."The Exchange Club is … more
The White City Council was surprised to learn Monday that the route of the infamous Trail of Tears may have come through Bartow County and the city of White rather than further west as was initially … more
The military veterans visiting Cartersville Middle School Thursday morning couldn’t help but feel loved and appreciated.First, they and their families were treated to a breakfast by the Parent … more
One year after the deadliest mass shooting in American history, Dr. Jeffrey Murawsky said he doesn't reflect on the 16 people who died at his hospital that night in Las Vegas.Rather, he focuses on … more
The results of a compliance status report (CSR) could lead to a property in Bartow County being removed from the state's hazardous site inventory (HSI.) Woodstock-based Maxis Engineering, LLC … more
Continuing a tradition that started last year, students at Woodland Middle School showed their patriotic colors by honoring local veterans in a special ceremony Friday morning. Students and … more
For many people, a back injury spells the end of one's livelihood. But in the case of Dr. Ronald C. Heck, such marked the start of what would become a 30-year-plus career.It all began when Heck, who … more
Continuing to reach children across the globe, Derrick Jackson’s family is delighted to “share the Good News of Jesus Christ” through personalized gift-filled shoeboxes. This is the third year … more
At the ripe age of 37, Cartersville's Matthew Gambill is about to become a freshman again — this time, as a first-year member of the Georgia General Assembly. … more
To help safeguard youth against online predators, Advocates for Children will present Parenting in the Digital Age Thursday.The complimentary panel discussion and Q & A session will take place … more
In its second year, the Cartersville Jingle Jog 5K & 1K Fun Run will generate needed awareness and funds for Christian League for Battered Women. Set for Dec. 1, the event will be presented … more
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