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Bartow County political leaders speak at public forum
Mayors from around the county made the rounds Wednesday along with representatives of county government. First speaking in front of the Bartow Business Association, the panel of mayors then present...
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Adairsville man attacks Floyd County deputy
An Adairsville man remains in the Floyd County Jail after an arrest Sunday night. According to Lt. Mark Blanton with the Floyd County Sheriff's Office, Todd Alan McBurnett, 37, was initially arrest...
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Child Support debit cards faster, money saver
Bartow County parents help in saving the state an estimated $6 million per year, according to Department of Human Resource spokesperson Dena Smith. The Cherokee Judicial Circuit is comprised of Bar...
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Bartow Blotter - 1.19
The following information -- names, photos, addresses, charges and other details -- was taken directly from Bartow County Sheriff's Office jail records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, and ...
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JDA sets 2011 operating budget
The Cartersville-Bartow County Joint Development Authority met Tuesday for regular business, approving its fiscal year 2011 operating budget at $311,000. Split between the county and the city, each...
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Cass High graduate forms TTAP to preserve the arts, provide positive outlets for youth
By creating Therapy Through Art & Passion, Chantelle Munroe is trying to provide an outlet for individuals 7 to 18 to express themselves in a positive manner. Based on the 19-year-old Cass High Sch...
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Discussion turns heated in Euharlee
A "breakdown in communication" could be to blame for heated a discussion in Euharlee City Council's work session Tuesday. Ron and Nan Thomas, who lease the Covered Bridge Store from the city, and m...
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Small businesses urged to remain vigilant against common scams
As small businesses struggle to maintain operational levels of revenue, scammers have increased their fraudulent activity. The Better Business Bureau hears thousands of complaints every year from c...
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Food service inspection report results
The following food service inspections were issued by the Bartow County Health Department from Jan. 2 to 15: * Appalachian Grill, 14 E. Church St. in Cartersville, inspected Jan. 7, 97/A; * Arby's,...
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'Every Child is a Star' auditions set for Saturday
In his first year directing and producing "Every Child is a Star," Michael Elzey is encouraging students in kindergarten through 12th grade to support youths assisted by Advocates for Children's pr...
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Man injured during fire
A Bartow County deputy responded to 90 Mullinax Road, Taylorsville, Sunday afternoon in reference to a suspicious fire involving an injured person. The deputy spoke to the complainant who said whil...
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Youth urged to step up at King Day celebration
Mayor Matt Santini had a simple question for the youth who participated in Monday's Brotherhood March in honor of the city's King Day Celebrations -- "Who got next?" Santini said if you go to any p...
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Bartow Blotter - 1-18
The following information -- names, photos, addresses, charges and other details -- was taken directly from Bartow County Sheriff's Office jail records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, and ...
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State legislation gets slow start to challenge-laden session
Winter weather put a damper on inauguration services last week at the state Capitol as legislation officially got underway. The real work will begin next week when legislators return. Two local leg...
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'Not About Nightingales' to open at The Grand Theatre Friday
In "Not About Nightingales," Morgan McCrary portrays Eva Crane, an educated, sheltered prison secretary, who eventually finds her voice. Performed by StageWorks, Inc., the Tennessee Williams' play ...
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