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Cartersville kicks off recycling program
City of Cartersville solid waste customers are doing their part to go "green" as the city's first recycling bins were collected Monday morning. "Going green" is the term coined for environmentally ...
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School board appoints replacement member
The Bartow County Board of Education met Monday evening to hold a public hearing, called meeting and regular work session, during which they appointed Anna Sullivan, of Adairsville, to the District...
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State will REACH for GateKey success
Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday announced the launch of the state's new needs-based college scholarship program, the REACH Scholarship -- Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen -- which has been b...
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Today deadline to register to vote
How do I register to vote? Complete a Voter Registration Application and submit it in person, or through the mail. To obtain a Voter Registration Application, you may either download it from the Ge...
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Testing emphasized for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
As its staff braces for possible cutbacks in state funding, AIDS Alliance of Northwest Georgia is preparing to observe Tuesday's National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. According to the Centers for ...
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The following information -- names
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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Missing Rome woman found dead in vehicle off U.S. Highway 411
Staff Report Early Saturday morning the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office located the body of a missing Rome woman found off the embankment of U.S. Highway 411 in Bartow County. The woman was identifi...
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Seven juniors to vie for title of Bartow’s Distinguished Young Woman
Vying for the title of Bartow's Distinguished Young Woman on Saturday, seven high school juniors are hoping to continue the county's long-standing legacy in the national scholarship organization. T...
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Missing Rome woman found dead in vehicle off U.S. Highway 411
Early Saturday morning the Bartow County Sheriff's Office located the body of a missing Rome woman found off the embankment of U.S. Highway 411 in Bartow County. The woman was identified as Nancy P...
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Betting on the dogs and cats
Saturday night the community gathered together at Red Top Auto Auction to support the Etowah Valley Humane Society's annual Casino Night. The event featured Vegas-style casino games such as blackja...
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Metro Septic takes the spotlight in leading trade mag
"Blessed" and "lucky" were the words used by Kenney Lee, owner of Metro Septic, to explain how his Cartersville-based company landed on the front cover of his industry's largest trade publication, ...
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Euharlee police work to strengthen community
An increased police presence in small communities does not necessarily mean criminal activity is high. At least that's the mindset Euharlee's new chief has in his approach to the idea of officer in...
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Etowah Indian Mounds offers Saturday interpretive programs
During the months of February and March, the Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site will expand its scheduled programming to provide interpretive offerings on Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. "We ...
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Cartersville approves 'pill mill' ordinance
With unanimous approval, the Cartersville City Council accepted Thursday an ordinance defining and restricting "pill mills." The illegal operation of medical clinics for the purpose of dispensing p...
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Fans find options for Super Bowl Sunday
Sunday's matchup will pit two football teams in the year's biggest game while millions of Americans tune in for the action and, of course, the commercials. The New England Patriots will face the Ne...
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