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Wannall works for a healthier Bartow
For more than 10 years Mary Wannall has instructed Bartow County residents on how they can drop weight, tone muscle and improve their metabolism on a road to better health. After buying the local G...
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Adairsville residents work to save 1899 bank facade
With a June 25 deadline, the Adairsville Downtown Development Authority and city residents are working to raise funds, or prove funds are available, in order to preserve the marble facade of the ol...
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11-year-old creates crafts for a cause
For most 11-year-old girls, crafting jewelry is a hobby that keeps them bedecked in homemade items. But, to Ashley Hall, her handmade accessories are a way to give back to those in need. The upcomi...
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Atco School Reunion to reconnect former classmates June 14
As a child, Bobby Roberts could name almost everyone who lived in the Atco mill village during the 1940s. With his family working for The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., he lived in three different Atc...
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Eighth graders explore 'Bartow textbook'
Local eighth graders dug deep into the historical roots of Bartow County this past school year as they participated in the Bartow History Scholar program. Middle schools throughout the county and c...
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Superior court criminal trials begin Monday
When Bartow County Superior Court convenes Monday, child molestation and drug cases are among those expected to be heard first in Judge Suzanne Smith and Judge David Smith’s courtroom. District Att...
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EMS part of Scouts' Twilight Camp
When 87 Cub Scouts descended on Adairsville High School this week, Bartow County EMS was there to offer assistance in earning the badge related to first aid. “We were asked by the leader of Pack 24...
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Cartersville-Bartow Community Church Shop continues philanthropic pursuits
Referring to the nonprofit’s customers as her extended family, Kitty Carte has forged countless connections volunteering at the Cartersville-Bartow Community Church Shop for more than four decades....
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Resident interrupts attempted burglary
After running to a nearby gas station Thursday night, two people returned home to find someone inside. The complainant said he and a woman returned to their Bishop Mill Drive residence Thursday nig...
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New GHC president selected
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia named Dr. Donald J. Green the new president of Georgia Highlands College on Friday morning. Green, who is currently the vice president of ex...
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Eggs and Issues tackles 'generational train wrecks'
With four distinct generations now making up the American workforce, the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce’s Adairsville Council hosted a breakfast Thursday morning focusing on how the...
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Surya to bring 200 jobs, build 1 million-square-foot facility
In an action that will diversify Bartow County’s recent spate of industrial recruitments, Surya intends to build a 1 million-square-foot facility that will serve as a warehouse and corporate office...
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NW Georgia named U.S. Department of Commerce manufacturing community
The northwest Georgia region has been named one of 12 areas designated a manufacturing community partner by the U.S. Department of Commerce. The designation will net the area part of a $1.3 billion...
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Summer concert series to benefit Orphan Aid, Liberia
Through its concert series this summer, Orphan Aid, Liberia is seeking to raise awareness and funds for its philanthropic efforts. Starting on Saturday at 7 p.m., the Sounds for Liberia series will...
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Covered bridge home at last
After belonging to Bartow County for years, Commissioner Steve Taylor approved a quit claim deed Wednesday that transfered ownership of the Euharlee Covered Bridge to its logical owner, the city of...
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