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Cartersville development authorities honor Tilley
After more than 34 years of involvement with economic development, Gene Tilley stepped down from his positions on both of the Cartersville development authorities, effective Jan. 1. In recognition ...
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Red Top, Etowah Indian Mounds pay homage to Bartow's heritage Saturday
Through a pair of events at Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites’ Cartersville venues, patrons will have the opportunity to revisit Bartow County’s past on Saturday. While Red Top Mountain State Pa...
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Looking the part at Interview Day
Bartow County high schoolers on Wednesday were given the chance to put their interviewing skills to the test during the system’s Image and Interview Day. Held at each high school, as well as at the...
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Man receives 30 years for robbery
A second person on Wednesday was sentenced in a 2011 robbery of an elderly Taylorsville man. Leon Keith Oshande Taylor pled guilty before Superior Court Judge Scott Smith for the June 4, 2011, robb...
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Georgia Legislature calls for convention under Article V
Georgia is now officially calling for a convention of the states to propose an amendment to the U.S. Constitution, under Article V, with the passage of Senate Resolution 736. The resolution passed ...
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First lady reads to Bartow students
First Lady Sandra Deal on Tuesday made a visit to three Bartow County Elementary Schools to read to kindergarteners and pre-K students as part of Read Across Georgia Month. Deal stopped by Taylorsv...
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United Way of Bartow County celebrates successful campaign
As a participant of the Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter’s transitional housing program, Jennifer Mauldin’s five-year outlook now is full of opportunities. Currently studying criminal justice at Chat...
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Adairsville mayoral election tentatively set for May 20
The Adairsville City Council met for a scheduled work session just a day after the small town was shocked by the sudden resignation of its mayor. Evan King’s one sentence letter simply said, “I her...
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Murder suspect found in Bartow
Staff Report A Whitfield County murder suspect attempted to flee federal and local authorities Tuesday after being spotted inside a Bartow County residence, according to a Bartow-Cartersville Drug ...
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Emerson makes fast work of council agenda
In the four minutes required to go from roll call to adjournment, Emerson City Council learned that a police car encountered an errant jack stand on Interstate 75, causing considerable damage to th...
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Women's History Club speaks to Kingston council
Members of the Kingston Women’s History Club made their opinions of a water meter at the club’s museum, and giving a key to the police department, known during the Kingston City Council’s Monday ni...
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Cartersville man shot in Woodstock
A local man looking to collect a debt in Cherokee County was shot over the weekend. The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office said about 4:30 p.m. Sunday Cherokee 911 received a call from a motorist say...
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Borden shares Iditarod experience with Hamilton Crossing students
Participating in a 1,000 mile, 22 dog-driven snow race is not necessarily an endeavor one might consider a Southern activity, but for Kennesaw’s Bill Borden, becoming the only Georgian to complete ...
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Cartersville hires new high school band director
The Cartersville City Board of Education on Monday approved the employment of Robert Steelnack as band director for Cartersville High School. “Our band director is the program director at Pepperell...
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DTF arrests fugitive on child rape warrant
A man wanted out of New England for almost two decades was captured in Euharlee early Monday morning. Just before 6:30 a.m. agents with the Bartow-Cartersville Drug Task Force, U.S. Marshals Fugiti...
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