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The Curious Case of Kermit Gosnell
Murder. Exploitation. Blood money. Intrigue. The story of Kermit Gosnell has all of this and more, a story which is filled with horrifying and sensational details, a story of such heartless depravi...
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Remembering the Past: Civil War-related events highlight Confederate History and Heritage Month
In the midst of Confederate History and Heritage Month, a bevy of Civil War-related events are taking shape across the county. Referred to as living history offerings, the programs will help attend...
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National Crime Victims' Rights Week focuses on child abuse
The smallest and most helpless victims of crime will be the focus next week of local events honoring National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Held April 21-27, the national effort promotes victims’ rig...
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Earth Day celebrations set for Saturday
Last year, Earth Day cleanups brought nearly 1,000 volunteers to sites across Bartow County to lend a hand in the annual beautification efforts. Organizers are preparing now for another strong turn...
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Bartow Village spotlights community at 48th Atlanta Steeplechase
By Carly Grady Staff Writer The 48th annual Atlanta Steeplechase saw a brand-new addition this year in the form of Bartow Villiage, a pavillion featuring the best of Bartow County and what it has t...
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@White=[C] Bartow Village spotlights community at 48th Steeplechase
@White=[C] The 48th annual Atlanta Steeplechase saw a brand-new addition this year in the form of Bartow Villiage, a pavillion featuring the best of Bartow County and what it has to offer. Organize...
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Manufacturing Appreciation Week puts focus on producers
Each April, Georgia celebrates the economic impact of businesses in the manufacturing arena. The creation of components or end-use products has historically been a major employer and tax base for B...
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'Play On!' opens Friday at The Legion Theatre
With four decades of community theater experience, Teresa Harris can easily relate to the characters in Rick Abbot’s “Play On!” Opening Friday, The Pumphouse Players’ production is a comedy about a...
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Euharlee students stack up against the competition
Euharlee Elementary School students Bailey Hynes, Dylan Ferguson and Leah Stantz in recent months have traveled to Maryland and Orlando to compete in sport cup stacking championship competitions. A...
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DTF busts business behind drug sales
Behind the pool tables and video gambling machines, officials say a local business was operating a trade of a different sort. In an operation stemming from a three-month investigation, 12 agents fr...
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Dinner dispute leads to assault with a fork
Hide the silverware. An Acworth woman on Wednesday wielded a fork after an argument over dinner went awry. Lisa Mills allegedly began arguing with a family member over the meal about 7:15 p.m. when...
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Test prep includes positive thinking
Next week, third- through eighth-grade students will begin taking their annual Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests. In an effort to encourage Cartersville Elementary School students to meet their...
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Adairsville council OKs McDonald's expansion
Despite previous objections from a neighboring church, the Adairsville City Council voted unanimously Thursday to allow a McDonald’s restaurant to reduce the buffer between the two properties from ...
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Leadership Bartow looks inside Ga.'s largest industry
As the Leadership Bartow class of 2013 wraps up with the final of eight program days held each month since September, the leadership development program finished the year with a look at the state’s...
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Prom campaign focuses on positive 'Decisions'
Sixteen years ago, Eric Krug went from being a college athlete at Oglethorpe University to being confined to a wheelchair or walker without the use of his voice and much of his right hand, due to a...
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