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Downtown Cartersville's Historic Wellness Walk takes shape
Placing an educational spin on physical activity, the Community Health Network is creating the Downtown Cartersville’s Historic Wellness Walk in partnership with Bartow History Museum and Cartersvi...
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HR seminar attracts crowd
The Georgia Highlands College Advisory Council held its annual Managing Human Resources Seminar Thursday at the college’s Cartersville campus, providing guests with information on a myriad of topic...
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Schools discuss policies in light of drug arrests
Although county school officials said they had received no outside pressure, Bartow and Cartersville school system representatives and law enforcement officials gathered Tuesday for a press confere...
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Community gathers to celebrate BCCCA
On Monday, dozens of community members filled the cafeteria of the Bartow County College and Career Academy on Grassdale Road to celebrate its ribbon cutting. With school starting back tomorrow and...
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Nelson provides steadfast authority after more than a decade on the bench
Carey Nelson sits overlooking a crowded courtroom Tuesday during bond hearings. He speaks little, but when he does, there is a firmness in his voice — a voice of authority. After more than a decade...
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Chatt Tech aids in BCCCA design
The Bartow County College and Career Academy will hold its ribbon cutting Monday at 4:30 p.m. and the school, which has acquired charter status, plans partnerships with local business, industry and...
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Mellow Mushroom to sprout up in Cartersville
Downtown Cartersville is about to get a little more mellow. The Mellow Mushroom, a chain known as much for its art-filled restaurants tailored to each location as its pizza, is coming to Cartersvil...
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Cartersville releases 2024 draft master plan
At 38 pages, Cartersville’s Downtown Master Plan 2024 covers downtown and citizen surveys, survey and stakeholder comments, and property recommendations. Officials have been in the process of devel...
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Xanax pills stolen from victim's purse during card game
A card game seemed to be just the diversion one thief needed Friday, swiping close to 100 prescription pills. Cartersville police received a complaint at around 11 p.m. Friday evening from a woman ...
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Bartow County Extension seminar to highlight composting benefits
In Venia Etta McJunkin’s kitchen, the garbage disposal is one of the most underused appliances. Instead of discarding vegetative materials, the Bartow County Master Gardener eventually returns them...
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Bartow Health Access hosts open house, WBHF radiothon Thursday
Having transitioned from a referral center to a primary health care home earlier this year, Bartow Health Access hopes to spread awareness about its services through a radiothon and open house Thur...
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Cartersville resident to study abroad in China
Beginning Aug. 31, Erin Culver of Cartersville will leave the U.S. and head to China for an approximate five-month trip, during which she will study Mandarin Chinese at Jiangxi University of Financ...
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Water conservation efforts still ongoing
Even after seven months of rain almost equal to an annual average, water conservation efforts are continuing across the nation with the 40 Gallon Challenge. Started seven years ago in Cherokee Coun...
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Organizers hope march begins 'healing process' after Zimmerman verdict
Co-organizers Robert Glenn and Dylan Patrick are hoping Sunday’s Trayvon Martin march will bring awareness and begin healing in the community. “I wanted to get the community, those of them who are ...
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Second Saturday Shakespeare series wraps up Aug. 10
For Ian Gibson, directing the final production of StageWorks Inc.’s Second Saturday Shakespeare series has been an insightful experience. With its theme titled “Comedy,” the offering will feature s...
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