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Euharlee’s road repair costs soar
At a called meeting Tuesday, the Euharlee City Council learned that repairs currently underway on Euharlee Five Forks Road needed additional work that will cost an extra $73,922. “While working at ...
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Dooley speaks at chamber quarterly luncheon
For its third quarterly luncheon, the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce hosted former University of Georgia head football coach Vince Dooley. For more than half an hour, Dooley spoke a...
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Kingston native Barton finds dream on West Coast
Busy in Barbados, Brandon Barton thought of home. The Kingston native who works in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles will return to his Bartow County roots later this month for the holidays...
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TES again named Highest-Performing School
For the second year in a row, Taylorsville Elementary School has been recognized by the Georgia Department of Education as a Highest-Performing School for its academic achievements over the past th...
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Cartersville council ponders alcohol, festival ordinances
The Cartersville City Council met in work session Thursday afternoon to address two issues — festivals and alcohol. “We have had some discussions with the Downtown Development Authority and there h...
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Cartersville hosts state, federal legislators for Hometown Connection
For the second year in a row, Cartersville hosted Thursday a Hometown Connection meeting that allowed state legislators, and representatives of federal legislators, the chance to hear from city off...
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Murder case tops superior court trial list
Criminal trials will begin Monday in Bartow County Superior Court. The office of Cherokee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Rosemary Greene released this week the top cases expected to sound in th...
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Cartersville schools 'blessed' to have mentors
Cartersville City Schools on Friday recognized the efforts of four of its volunteers and mentors during the Parent/Community Volunteer Award Ceremony held at the central office. The volunteers and ...
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Moon rock lands at Cartersville's Tellus Science Museum
On long-term loan from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, a moon rock is finding a new home at Tellus Science Museum. “This is probably among the rarest mineral specimens you’re goi...
Nov 15, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 57 57 recommendations | email to a friend
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Adairsville hires interim city manager
After expressing sympathy for the Filipino victims of Typhoon Hadiyah, Adairsville Mayor Evan King and city council members did a few housekeeping chores. King announced that Billy Beckett was appo...
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Career Academy aims for internship program
The Great Promise Partnership is growing and seeking to collaborate with the Bartow County College and Career Academy, as well as local business and industry, to expand student internships. The GPP...
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County development authority approves Shaw agreement
Adairsville’s new Shaw plant is a little closer to becoming a reality with the second approval of an incentive package for the company. The Development Authority of Bartow County approved the incen...
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@White=[C] Fire depts handle house fires
@White=[C] A kitchen fire damaged a Cartersville residence Thursday afternoon. Cartersville Fire Department Battalion Chief Mark Bagley said the blaze began in the kitchen at 25 Ohio St. about 2:15...
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Cartersville Middle honors veterans
On Wednesday, Cartersville Middle School held its annual Veterans Day Program, which featured guest speaker Capt. Donna Rowe of the Army Nurse Corps. Rowe, who is featured in the film “In the Shado...
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United Way seeks runners for Turkey Trot
With 200 people already signed up for the United Way of Bartow County’s Turkey Trot 5K, the nonprofit’s president, Brenda Morehouse, is looking to see the event grow in its eighth offering. “Last y...
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