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Feds deny reports of Boston suspect in custody
BOSTON (AP) — Federal officials denied a suspect was under arrest Wednesday in the Boston Marathon bombings. A law enforcement official briefed on the investigation told The Associated Press earlie...
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Team Depot lends hand to Kingston club
Volunteers from the Cartersville Home Depot took up their shovels and put on their gloves Tuesday to spruce up the grounds of the Kingston Woman’s History Club in preparation for upcoming events. N...
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Bartow schools aim to maintain teachers for 2014
During Monday’s Bartow County Board of Education work session, Executive Director of Human Resources and Support Services Macy Defnall said the system, at this point, has a 100 percent placement ra...
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Harris guides The Pumphouse Players into 38th performance season
Currently serving as The Pumphouse Players’ president, Mike Harris fell in love with the stage in elementary school. While his first acting experience was “The Case of the Missing Comma,” he now is...
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Bartow County school board expected to discuss budget
Bartow County Superintendent John Harper said a proposed budget for FY14 likely will be presented to the board this month. While the board is meeting Monday at 6 p.m. in the central office boardroo...
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The Curious Case of Kermit Gosnell
Murder. Exploitation. Blood money. Intrigue. The story of Kermit Gosnell has all of this and more, a story which is filled with horrifying and sensational details, a story of such heartless depravi...
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Bartow Village spotlights community at 48th Atlanta Steeplechase
By Carly Grady Staff Writer The 48th annual Atlanta Steeplechase saw a brand-new addition this year in the form of Bartow Villiage, a pavillion featuring the best of Bartow County and what it has t...
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Remembering the Past: Civil War-related events highlight Confederate History and Heritage Month
In the midst of Confederate History and Heritage Month, a bevy of Civil War-related events are taking shape across the county. Referred to as living history offerings, the programs will help attend...
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National Crime Victims' Rights Week focuses on child abuse
The smallest and most helpless victims of crime will be the focus next week of local events honoring National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Held April 21-27, the national effort promotes victims’ rig...
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Earth Day celebrations set for Saturday
Last year, Earth Day cleanups brought nearly 1,000 volunteers to sites across Bartow County to lend a hand in the annual beautification efforts. Organizers are preparing now for another strong turn...
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@White=[C] Bartow Village spotlights community at 48th Steeplechase
@White=[C] The 48th annual Atlanta Steeplechase saw a brand-new addition this year in the form of Bartow Villiage, a pavillion featuring the best of Bartow County and what it has to offer. Organize...
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Manufacturing Appreciation Week puts focus on producers
Each April, Georgia celebrates the economic impact of businesses in the manufacturing arena. The creation of components or end-use products has historically been a major employer and tax base for B...
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'Play On!' opens Friday at The Legion Theatre
With four decades of community theater experience, Teresa Harris can easily relate to the characters in Rick Abbot’s “Play On!” Opening Friday, The Pumphouse Players’ production is a comedy about a...
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Euharlee students stack up against the competition
Euharlee Elementary School students Bailey Hynes, Dylan Ferguson and Leah Stantz in recent months have traveled to Maryland and Orlando to compete in sport cup stacking championship competitions. A...
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DTF busts business behind drug sales
Behind the pool tables and video gambling machines, officials say a local business was operating a trade of a different sort. In an operation stemming from a three-month investigation, 12 agents fr...
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