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Principal leaving Cartersville High
Cartersville High School Principal Jay Floyd on Tuesday confirmed an announcement to faculty that he will resign from his position this summer. He has served as CHS principal since 2004, previously...
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General Assembly looks forward to 'positive' session
Georgia lawmakers gathered at the state capitol last week to begin the 2012 legislative session. Local representatives spent the initial week in preparation for the 40 legislative days in which bil...
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Bartow remembers life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
For Rev. Horace Lee Jones, participating in the local King Holiday Weekend Celebration is an ideal way to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In addition to attending Monday's activiti...
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Cottage industry expands printing into new location
With a passion for art, creativity and customer service, Mike Alexander and Janice Gravley expanded their screen printing business out of their home and into much more. Now in a retail location aft...
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Students learn lessons of King
Students across the country are out of school today in commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, and on Friday, Jan. 13, students at Taylorsville Elementary School learned about the c...
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Cartersville High graduate garners national recognition for interior design work
Known for her "updated traditional" style, Lindsey Coral Harper is acquiring a national following for her interior design work. Originally from Cartersville, the Manhattan resident and her designs ...
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Child custody interference results in two arrests
Grandfather arrested for aggravated assault on law enforcement officer
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Two local leaders make Georgia Trend magazine annual list
Georgia Trend, a magazine of state business, politics and economic development, recently published in its January issue, a list of "Notable Georgians," including a few familiar faces. The year's fi...
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BARTOW BLOTTER — 1.15
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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Gang activity remains low in Bartow County
Gang activity was blamed for a 2010 death during a Bartow County Superior Court trial in late 2011. Though witnesses during the trial confessed to hearing of the gang and knowing of its existence, ...
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Cartersville woman celebrates 100th birthday
Friends, family and fellow church members gathered together Saturday afternoon to celebrate Pauline Canty's 100th birthday at the Ryan's in Cartersville. "Age ain't got nothing to do with it, you g...
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BARTOW BIO — Preserving the Past: Jerri Holloway
Come April, Adairsville will celebrate the anniversary of the city's claim to historical fame. The Great Locomotive Chase turns 150 this spring, but Jerri Holloway keeps the memory alive year round...
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Authorities continue to see homeless repeat offenders
Since the economic downturn almost five years ago, more and more people have found themselves homeless. While their individual reasons and situations are unknown, some of them begin to commit petty...
Jan 13, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend
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Adairsville flea market ordinance raises concerns
A group of concerned citizens attended Adairsville's city council meeting Thursday to voice disapproval of a proposed ordinance to regulate flea markets. The ordinance, which received its first rea...
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Euharlee Presbyterian Church closes its doors
With Sunday having marked Euharlee Presbyterian Church's final worship service, its congregation and the Cherokee Presbytery are turning their focus to the future of the historical sanctuary. "[Our...
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