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Health department issues food service report scores
The following food service inspections were issued by the Bartow County Health Department from Aug. 28 to Sept. 3: * Adams Bar-B-Que, 140 E. Felton Road in Cartersville, inspected Sept. 1, 87/B; * ...
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Rydal tire repairman drives off with $5M lottery win
ATLANTA - A self-employed tire repairman from Rydal is driving off with a Georgia Lottery win. Michael Collum, 55, won a $5 million top prize playing the instant game Super Millions. "I just stoppe...
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CRBI rings in fall with upcoming paddle trips
The Coosa River Basin Initiative will celebrate the impending arrival of fall with two paddle trips during the next week -- a 17-mile paddle down the Etowah River Sept. 10 to view the best of the r...
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Adairsville may see benefits from Lowe's Distribution Center
An official groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday for the Lowe's Regional Distribution Center in Floyd County. Projected to cover 1.4 million square feet costing $125 million, the north Floyd ...
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Pine Log Arts and Crafts Fair on tap this weekend
This weekend, history will take center stage as the Pine Log Arts and Crafts Fair returns for its 32nd year. For Regina Wheeler, deputy director for the Cartersville-Bartow County Convention & Visi...
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Rain Gives Fire Department Break
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Adairsville to name new police chief
Pending city council approval Thursday night, Lt. Robert Jones will be named Adairsville's police chief. Jones has served as interim chief since late June following the retirement of Chief Charles ...
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Financial matters, hiring appear again on Kingston council agenda
Tuesday's work session, postponed a day following the holiday, saw several items placed on the Kingston agenda countering one another in matters of financial standing. Mayor Dexter Jones recommende...
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Community service to mark Sept. 11's 10th anniversary
Although a decade has passed since 9/11, area fire departments are urging the public to 'never forget' the events that transpired that morning. The terrorist attacks, which included the hijacking o...
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White to see profit from natural gas
The White city council on Tuesday approved a natural gas franchise contract with the city of Cartersville that will result in White receiving 3 percent profit from all customers who use natural gas...
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Organizers seek sponsors for Hoops For Hope
Each December, a charitable arm of the Georgia Department of Labor made of community and business leaders puts together Hoops for Hope, a youth basketball tournament to kick off the recreational se...
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Adairsville resident to receive France's Legion of Honor
To honor his service during the liberation of France in World War II, Ralph Ardito will receive the Legion of Honor from Pascal Le Deunff, the Consul General of France in Atlanta, this week. For th...
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Fire burns 20 acres Sunday
Bartow County Fire Department said Sunday evening a woods fire left acreage in Kingston burned. The blaze occurred about 4:30 p.m. on Tom Jones Road. Roughly 20 acres were scorched in the fire, and...
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Campus crime rates remain low
College campuses are not necessarily known for their criminal activity, and Bartow's Chattahoochee Tech and Georgia Highlands students have little to worry about. "We haven't had anything happen he...
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Area under flash flood watch as storm moves inland
Tropical Storm Lee left the Gulf Coast drenched and raised concerns of flooding inland as it began its slow move north. Bartow County remains under a flash flood watch until Tuesday morning, accord...
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