Governor signs sweeping gun legislation
In a move met with mixed feedback, Gov. Nathan Deal on Wednesday signed House Bill 60, legislation broadening Georgia’s gun carry laws. HB 60, which passed just before of the legislative session, o...
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Permits available for Cartersville Farmer's Market vendors
With the Cartersville Farmer’s Market kicking off in June, prospective vendors are encouraged to obtain a permit for the 2014 season. Overseen by the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority and...
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Chamber to host 'old-fashioned' family fair
The deadline is approaching for Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce members to take part in the organization’s first Chamber Family Fair. To be held Thursday, May 8, the fair is intended...
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Kent Howards steps down at Adairsville
Adairsville head boys basketball coach Kent Howard coached with the mindset of developing his players for their future lives outside of basketball, frequently discussing preparing them for fatherho...
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New Frontier to present Walter A. Johnson Sr. Roast Friday
Continuing the legacy of one of the group’s founders, New Frontier of Bartow County Inc. will present the 41st annual Walter A. Johnson Sr. Roast Friday. “The purpose of the roast is twofold,” said...
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National official visits CMC during infant security review
by Jessica Loeding
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As part of a corporate review of Cartersville Medical Center’s infant security program Wednesday, one of the founders of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children addressed hospital offi...