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Cartersville processing center makes list of USPS sites under review
Faced with a massive nationwide infrastructure that is no longer financially sustainable, the U.S. Postal Service Thursday proposed sweeping changes designed to save the organization up to $3 billi...
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Splash Celebration set for Sunday
To highlight those blessed by the local church community's mission work, SPLASH Celebration will be presented Sunday evening. Starting at 6 p.m., SPLASH Celebration will be held at the Clarence Bro...
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Museum Day to offer free look at local venues Sept. 24
Two of Georgia Museum Inc.'s venues will join hundreds of cultural sites next week for the seventh annual Museum Day. On Sept. 24, the participating venues, which will include Cartersville's Booth ...
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Cartersville Medical lands on list of top performing hospitals
"Honored" is the reaction heard from officials at Cartersville Medical Center after being named to the Joint Commission's inaugural list of top performing hospitals across the nation. The Joint Com...
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Local schools celebrate grandparents
While the nation reflected this week on 9/11, schools across Bartow County also recognized Sunday as National Grandparents Day, giving grandparents opportunities to visit their grandchildren at sch...
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Weathering the storm: War changed life for former Marine, U.S. military
When Daniel Weathers left for Parris Island, S.C., in July 2001, his future as a United States Marine was one of any 18-year-old’s dreams — foreign ports, women, alcohol. But Sept. 11 changed that ...
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Come Rain or Shine
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'Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming' to open Friday at The Grand Theatre
Through "Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming," theater patrons will be able to revisit Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church and catch up with the happenings of the Sanders Family Singers. Penned by Connie Ray,...
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Conference center gains LEED Gold certification
Setting out to attain environmental and sustainable building status, those involved in the engineering, design and construction of the Clarence Brown Conference Center exceeded expectations. The U....
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Home invasion offenders get life sentences
Suspects who pleaded guilty in connection with a home invasion that occurred on Jan. 10 were sentenced in Superior Court Tuesday. In January, Cartersville Police Department Capt. Frank Cline said t...
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Barn fire on Sugar Valley Road
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Health department issues food inspection results
The following food service inspections were issued by the Bartow County Health Department from Sept. 4 to 10: * Autumn Years, 60 Massell Drive in Cartersville, inspected Sept. 8, 69/U; * Cartersvil...
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Kingston city council takes no action at regular meeting
With a quorum in attendance and four items on the agenda, no motions were made and no votes were taken in Kingston Monday -- save the tabling of items. Circumstances surrounding the agenda items le...
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Arts Festival at Rose Lawn to feature more than 100 artists this weekend
Like many of her fellow Bartow Countians, the Arts Festival at Rose Lawn has become an annual tradition for Jennifer Wiggins Matthews. First attending the offering as a child when her aunt was a ve...
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Emerson approves two resolutions and readings
Emerson's city council wrapped up a quick regular meeting Monday night with approvals of second readings. Previously, the city had discussed an amendment to a sign ordinance, changing the text on t...
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