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BCCCA gears up for new school year, pathways
Bartow County College and Career Academy instructors, Donna Mathias and Rhonda Hendrix, worked to set up their new health care classrooms before the first day of school. Hendrix, who previously tau...
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Tomato Festival returns to Cartersville Farmer's Market July 26
To help broaden the appeal of the Cartersville Farmer’s Market, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority will present the second annual Tomato Festival July 26. “It is really just a fun way ...
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APD arrests man on 78 child porn counts
An Adairsville Police Department investigation that began more than a month ago ended Friday with the arrest of a local man on child pornography charges. On June 7, Adairsville detectives following...
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Site work begins for Adairsville Shaw plant
Almost 11 months after Shaw announced its intention to build a brand new plant in Adairsville, work has started at the site. Graders have started clearing and smoothing out the 117 acres where the ...
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Officer's shoulder dislodged in struggle
As he attempted to intervene in a domestic dispute Thursday afternoon, an officer’s shoulder was dislodged as he fought with the suspect. The Cartersville officer was conducting traffic enforcement...
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Summer campers explore STEM at CTC
This week at Chattahoochee Technical College children from the surrounding area participated in Engineering for Kids Summer Camp. The camp, which divided into morning and afternoon sessions, explor...
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Bartow County schools show areas of achievement
More than 14,000 students attend classes in the Bartow County School District. Every day students are reaching higher levels of learning and paving the way for a successful future. Over the past ye...
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Battles named to Ten Commandments monument committee
State Rep. Paul Battles, R-Cartersville, has been named to a committee charged with constructing a monument in front of the State Capitol with an inscription of the Ten Commandments. Announced Wedn...
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Rezoning paves way for new retail complex
A spate of zoning and rezoning requests before the Cartersville City Council Thursday night was the first step toward building a new 200,000-square-foot shopping center in Cartersville. The center,...
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Intoxicated man punches woman, flees to train tracks
After punching a woman in the mouth Wednesday night, an intoxicated man attempted to flee the area by climbing up a railroad track embankment. According to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office incide...
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Lowry Mill project expected to conclude late 2015
Once bustling with activity, Euharlee’s Lowry Mill is being rekindled for future generations to utilize and admire. Located near the town’s covered bridge, the structure’s restoration and rebuildin...
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Grand jury no bills Euharlee police shooting
The Euharlee Police Department officer involved in a fatal February shooting of a teenager was no billed Wednesday by a Bartow County grand jury. “Following a thorough presentation of evidence, the...
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7th grade vaccine requirements take effect
With new rules requiring Georgia students entering the seventh grade to receive vaccine booster shots going into effect July 1, area health officials are reminding parents to get their children vac...
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Book launch for 'Extraordinary Comfort' set for Friday
Through his book, “Extraordinary Comfort,” David Asay looks to bring hope and reassurance to those who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss. Detailing his mother’s near-death incident, the Car...
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From chalkboard to SMART Board, TRC resources meet variety of instructional needs
On Tuesday Fredda Rogers, a paraprofessional at Woodland High School, helped her daughter, Breanna Rogers, prepare for the upcoming school year at The Resource Center in Cartersville. As the new Cl...
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