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Downtown farmers market applies vendor permit fee
For the second time in seven years, the Cartersville Farmers Market will apply a fee for vendors. Under a permit application, vendors may select three levels — season permit for $20, monthly permit...
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Georgia Public Health Association recognizes six Bartow residents
From mental health advocacy to implementing a Tobacco Free Campus policy, six Bartow Countians recently were recognized for their work in the public health field. The local residents were highlight...
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Adairsville Council outlines positive outlook over Eggs & Issues
May’s gathering of the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce’s Adairsville Council Eggs & Issues, hosted by NorthSide Bank Thursday, gave a positive outlook on the Adairsville community an...
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Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church celebrates 150th anniversary
With the theme of its upcoming celebration titled “Worshipping on a Foundation of Liberty,” Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church’s congregation will honor its past while marking its 150th anniversa...
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Georgia Power: Workplace errors caused Bowen blast
Georgia Power’s internal investigation into the explosion that rocked Bartow County’s Plant Bowen on April 4 revealed that workers did not comply with procedures and did not communicate properly, s...
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Past joins present at Cartersville council
Cartersville City Council recognized the past and the present in its May 2 meeting. Four teachers — Paige Robbins, Cartersville Primary; Rachel Phillips, Cartersville Elementary; Debbie Justus, Car...
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Downtown shops open late for First Friday
The streets of downtown Cartersville may look a little different tonight as business owners participate in First Friday, an after-hours shopping event for downtown merchants. In hopes of encouragin...
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Statewide health care conference held in Cartersville
Representatives of more than 100 charitable clinics statewide met at the Clarence Brown Center for the ninth annual Georgia Charitable Care Network (GCCN) conference, an event previously held in do...
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Deal expands child care background checks
This week Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 350, requiring Georgia’s 6,000 child care facilities to undergo national fingerprint-based background checks for employees. Previously, only st...
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Ric Mason Jr. Memorial Golf Tourney to benefit United Way May 13
Known for his philanthropic efforts, Ric Mason Jr.’s legacy continues through the United Way of Bartow County’s upcoming golf tournament. During his two years as a United Way board member, which en...
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Golf tournament to benefit Teacher Grant program
On Monday, May 20, the Bartow Education Foundation will host a golf tournament at the Cartersville Country Club in an effort to raise money for the foundation’s Teacher Grant program. “What this do...
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CPD urges caution after auto break-ins
A rash of vehicle break-ins has Cartersville Police Department turning to the public for assistance. “This type of crime tends to be cyclical. For example, as we experience warmer weather during th...
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Red Top Mountain Estates cleans house
Tommy and Janice Hamby’s double-wide mobile home at Red Top Mountain Estates was surrounded by junk — refrigerators, tools, furniture, dishes and trash, lots of trash — an eyesore by any standard. ...
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Etowah River Guide first available this weekend
Taking an in-depth look at the Etowah River, the “Etowah River User’s Guide” is a new book soon to be released by the University of Georgia Press in conjunction with the Georgia River Network and R...
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Town hall meeting held for GED students
In a sometimes revival-like atmosphere, accompanied by sprinklings of “amen” and “tell the truth,” three members of Bartow’s legislative delegation — Senators Chuck Hufstetler and Barry Loudermilk ...
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