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Woodland Middle School students write to veterans
This semester, Woodland Middle School Language Arts teacher Cindy Schwartz had her students reach out to veterans by writing letters through the Wounded Warrior Project, which aims to raise awarene...
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Cartersville council approves zoning changes
Cartersville City Council approved a rezoning application from Consolidated Holdings, Inc. of Madison, Ga., to change the zoning from office commercial (OC) to general commercial (GC) for nearly 34...
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Local schools celebrate Pre-K Week
Sept. 30 to Oct. 4 is Pre-K Week and across the state, political, community and business leaders are celebrating Georgia’s pre-K program and its 20th anniversary. “The research is pretty clear as f...
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Bond resolution approved for Burnt Hickory connector
Bartow County is one step closer to connecting Burnt Hickory Road to U.S. Highway 411. The Cartersville Development Authority authorized a bond resolution totalling $5.484 million to finance the co...
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Stolen vehicle breaks down, hallucinating man arrested
A man who may have been hallucinating was arrested Tuesday morning when a stolen vehicle he was driving broke down. According to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office report, two men were driving down...
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Great Locomotive Chase Festival celebrates 45 years
In its 45th year, the Great Locomotive Chase Festival will transform Adairsville’s downtown square into a large-scale community reunion. Presented by the city of Adairsville, the event will be held...
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Battle of Allatoona Pass commemoration Oct. 5-6
With many of its original trenchworks intact, the Allatoona Pass Battlefield still bears reminders of one of the Civil War’s bloodiest conflicts. Through this weekend’s Battle of Allatoona Pass Rem...
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Heritage Baptist Church to offer ESL training workshop
In its continued effort to serve the community, Heritage Baptist Church will offer an English as a Second Language training workshop this month. After volunteers receive this instruction, the Carte...
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Moore a friend to educators and industry
For Wayne Moore, helping assist with the economic development of Bartow County as the current chair for the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce while also serving teachers and students a...
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Kindergarteners learn about community service
On Friday, Sept. 27, Cartersville Primary School kindergarten students learned firsthand the roles of community service members during the school’s annual Trucktacular event, which featured agencie...
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Trail dedication, exhibit opening highlight Leake site's significance
While its last excavation was conducted in December 2006, the Leake site and its former inhabitants will once again take center stage. Propelled by the Georgia Department of Transportation’s need t...
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Holt, Tonsmeire running for Cartersville Ward 3
The only contested city council election in Cartersville this year is in Ward 3. Teacher Valerie Holt is challenging incumbent Louis Tonsmeire Sr., who has been on the council since 2002. Voters in...
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Board member vying to be state school superintendent
Matt Shultz announced his candidacy for state school superintendent at the Bartow County Republican Party monthly meeting on Saturday morning. The thrust of his campaign is focused on opening the w...
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AAMCO owner looks forward to new career
After 13 years as a Phoenix Air pilot, Rodolfo “Rudy” Pena is looking forward to staying on the ground. Pena, who has more than 21,000 hours of flight experience, is the new owner of the AAMCO Tota...
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@White=[C] Man fights back while being stabbed
@White=[C] On Friday around noon a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to 155 Veech Loop, Adairsville, in reference to a fight that later was determined to be aggravated assault an...
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