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Bartow County Administrator Peter Olson said residents shouldn’t expect the millage rate to go up to pay for expenses in the proposed $125.5 million fiscal year 2019 operating budget.“We feel … more
Citing its museums and historic downtown, the Travel Channel selected Cartersville as Georgia’s top “hidden gem.” Titled “50 of the Most Charming Small Towns in America,” the channel’s … more
Bartow County’s fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade 4-H’ers couldn’t have done much better at their recent district competition. Twenty-six of the 31 members who participated in the annual … more
Continuing to protect the state’s “valuable” resources, Dr. Davis Nelson was honored for more than two decades of service to the Coosa River Conservation District’s board.“I was surprised … more
With council member Ed Brush recusing himself, the Emerson City Council unanimously approved the second reading of a conditional use permit application from a real estate investor eying the creation … more
The two school districts in Bartow County continue to get their money’s worth when comparing the amount they spend per student with overall academic performance. The Georgia Department … more
Chattahoochee Technical College’s top instructor and adult education student both have ties to Bartow County. At an awards ceremony at the North Metro campus last Friday, the college announced … more
It’s that time of year again. Due to a forecast calling for snow in north Georgia from Winter Storm Jayden, educational institutions in Bartow County will be closed Tuesday.The Bartow County … more
A warehouse that’s stood at 441 South Erwin St. for almost half a century will stand for a little bit longer pending a last-second — technically, last half-hour — phone call to the City of … more
Machelle Barnette was so impressed with Chattahoochee Technical College as a student that she decided she wanted a career there as well.The financial aid specialist said she began working at North … more
Numbers proposed for Bartow County’s fiscal year 2019 budget are slightly lower than last year’s, coming in at about $125.5 million as opposed to FY 2018’s $127.3 million operating budget.Under … more
District 14 State Sen. Bruce Thompson (R-White) had much to say about New York’s recently signed Reproductive Health Act, a law allowing abortions to be performed “at any time when necessary to … more
Eyeing his health battle as a “speed bump” in their lives, Robert “Gunny” Moultrie and his wife, Regena, remain optimistic and are beyond grateful for the community’s ongoing support.In … more
On most Thursday evenings, 54-year-old Tim Abbott would be resting in his Euharlee home. Maybe he’d watch another episode of “Hell’s Kitchen” or “Friends” before calling it a night … more
Continuing to answer the call, Capt. Chris Day’s passion for helping others was reinforced during his search for a capsized crew in 2016. A resident of Cartersville, the 34-year-old currently is … more
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