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Known for his “easygoing personality” and managerial skills, Dale Cockrill enjoys making connections — with both his fellow servicepersons and supportive community members — during Veterans … more
Encouraging patrons to revisit the 1950s, Bartow History Museum's feature exhibit showcases the decade through a wide array of period items. Opened Oct. 25, "Boom: Bartow in the '50s" will close … more
The redesigned 2018 College and Career Ready Performance Index shows one school system in Bartow County landed above the state score while the other one came in just under it.The report, released … more
Before Thursday's Cartersville City Council meeting, Cartersville City Schools System Superintendent Dr. Marc Feuerbach and City Manager Tamara Brock met with the council and the school board and … more
The Cartersville City Council gave the go-ahead for phase 1 of the Historic Downtown Water Main Replacement project, adding approximately 1,800 feet of 12-inch ductile iron water main along a route … more
Cartersville City Council heard a first reading Thursday night of a proposed text amendment to the city's sign ordinance. Planning director Randy Mannino said the amendment would allow an existing … more
The two South Central Middle School eighth graders who ate candy believed to have been laced with a controlled substance  on Halloween were examined at a local hospital and … more
Offering patrons a fresh perspective on Bartow's past, a pair of historic sites will be illuminated at night Saturday. Along with the Cassville Historical Society's Old Cassville Cemetery Luminaries … more
The SAT scores for Cartersville’s Class of 2018 were significantly higher than the state and nation while the scores for Bartow County’s recent graduating class fell just short of both … more
From his experiences working alongside members of organizations like the Georgia Municipal Association and the Association County Commissioners of Georgia, Steve Taylor said adversarial relationships … more
Two South Central Middle School eighth graders were taken to a local hospital on Halloween after eating candy believed to have been laced with a controlled substance.Bartow County Campus Police … more
At Tuesday's monthly Bartow Diversity Open Forum meeting, Superintendent Dr. Marc Feuerbach gave a snapshot of the Cartersville City School System's 4,600-strong student body.It's … more
A workshop at Georgia Highlands College last week took a look at the threat of epidemics in today's society based on how diseases affected the country in the past. GHC's history department … more
With the Stilesboro Academy filled with fragrant greenery and showy flowers, Ann Mascia emphasizes Saturday's chrysanthemum show will be the ideal time to visit the pre-Civil War structure.Featuring … more
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