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Main Street construction begins
Cartersville residents traveling from Main Street to Interstate 75 may see delays in traffic due to construction that has officially begun on the Main Street Gateway. According to City Engineer Tom...
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Kingston settles matter with former police chief
A dispute over the termination of former Kingston Police Chief Walter Harrell came to a close Monday night at the first city council meeting under the new administration. At the request of Harrell'...
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Salvation Army majors bid farewell
While their last day at the Cartersville Corps will be Jan. 22, Salvation Army Majs. John and Nancy Fuller always will cherish their time in Bartow County. Serving in Cartersville since 2007, the F...
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First phase of LakePoint construction plan passes
Emerson began 2012 with a huge step forward -- the approval of the first phase of the LakePoint Sports complex construction plan. The phase, approved during Monday's city council meeting, covers gr...
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Deserving family moves into Habitat home
Thanks to Bartow Area Habitat for Humanity, Erick and Marsha Ingram are delighted to have the opportunity to enhance their family's quality of life. With their Habitat dedication ceremony held on F...
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Hood invites people to 'fall in love with downtown Cartersville'
For Liz Hood, serving as the executive director for the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is a challenging yet rewarding endeavor. Working for the Cartersville DDA, she helps promote and ...
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Aspiring young film director remembers past, looks to future
When Nicholas Guerra first moved to Cartersville he was a teen with behavioral problems -- placed in an alternative school and special education classes. Yet now with the help of his religious beli...
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BARTOW BLOTTER — 1.8
The following information -- names, photos, addresses, charges and other details -- was taken directly from Bartow County Sheriff's Office jail records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, and ...
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'Tremendous assets' retire from Bartow County Extension Office
As 2012 gets under way, Bartow County Extension Office's new makeup is starting to take shape. The organization is in the process of bidding goodbye to two employees -- secretary Debbie Hawkins and...
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Cartersville school nutrition recognized
The Cartersville School Nutrition Department recently received a 2011 United States Department of Agriculture and 2011 Best Practice Award for their efforts to increase buying power and provide hig...
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Man shot in the foot during armed robbery
Staff Report Late Thursday night shortly before 9:26 p.m., a man walked to the Chevron Gas Station on Cassville White Road, Cartersville to purchase a drink and a snack -- instead he was shot and r...
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SR 20 widening contract awarded
Work, set to begin soon, will be finished by Sept. 2014
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K-9s search two Bartow schools
"Attention teachers, we are entering code red. Please follow those instructions." The announcement that Woodland High School was on lockdown frightened unsuspecting students, teachers and parents a...
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'Georgia Traveler' episode to highlight Tellus tonight
While Tellus Science Museum has attracted more than 550,000 visitors since opening January 2009, the Cartersville venue will soon receive a broader audience, courtesy of Georgia Public Broadcasting...
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Salvation Army to temporarily close thrift store Jan. 31
Due to the sluggish economy, The Salvation Army's Cartersville Corps is vacating its location at 17 Apex Drive Jan. 31. While the nonprofit's thrift store will temporarily close its doors, its soci...
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