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Once strangers, Rik Roberts and Scott Stooksbury are now working side by side to provide children a good night’s rest. After discovering their similar interests, the Bartow residents established … more
For Chick-fil-A President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Tassopoulos, Friday’s festivities in Bartow County were truly groundbreaking — both physically and symbolically.“This is an unexpected … more
Students at four Bartow County schools and one Cartersville City school will find new people sitting behind the principal’s desk when they return to class in August. Two Bartow principals … more
The Cartersville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to adopt its fiscal year 2020 budget — and with it, increases to the municipal millage rate as well as residential gas, water and … more
Terri Jones tried a couple of different jobs, took time off to be a stay-at-home mom and eventually worked her way up to her dream job. Jones began working with the Cartersville City School … more
Renee Conner has been conducting Mentoring a Girl in Construction Camps across Georgia every summer for years, but she said she’d never had a group of young women like the bunch she had at the … more
It’s been about four months since the Bartow-Cartersville Second Joint Development Authority (2JDA) discussed its financials — and while there has been some fluctuation here and there, … more
Jenna Keeler’s knack for turning feelings into poetry has gained the attention of Georgia’s poet laureate and governor.The recent Cass High graduate was named a finalist in the sixth annual Poet … more
The Wells Fargo Foundation has made it a little easier for Tellus Science Museum to provide STEM education for Cartersville City schools. On June 3, the foundation notified the museum that it … more
The Pumphouse Players’ production of “Little Women: The Broadway Musical” has garnered seven Metropolitan Atlanta Theater Award nominations. Under the direction of Stacey Bern, the … more
Described as a “humanitarian at heart,” Leigh Brock-Barba has assumed the role of American Red Cross of Northwest Georgia’s executive director.“As a northwest Georgia local,” she said, “I … more
If the county’s roadways are a snarled mess in 2050, Habte Kassa can’t shoulder any of the blame. After all, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) Office of Planning Technical Services … more
Serving as the chorus teacher at Woodland Middle at Euharlee during the school year, Mallory Tafoya is thrilled to develop the skills of aspiring young thespians this week.Enjoying their “energy … more
Georgia Highlands College’s nursing program has earned another feather in its nursing cap. GHC’s paramedic-RN program has been ranked No. 2 in the country on the 2019 Best Paramedic to RN … more
Striving to inspire and educate, the Northwest Georgia Daylily Society will present its annual Daylily Show & Competition Saturday.“The competition, think — dog show for daylilies,” NWGDS … more
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