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Find last minute Father’s Day gifts locally
When time is of the essence, shopping close to home has its benefits. In the Cartersville-Bartow area there are many options for finding a last minute Father’s Day gift. Fathers who are more advent...
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Cartersville speaker stirs emotions at CTC’s 50th graduation anniversary
Chattahoochee Technical College’s commencement ceremony on June 3 marked the institution’s 50th year of conferring degrees, diplomas and certificates. In 1964, the Marietta-Cobb Area Vocational Tec...
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‘Wipeout’ kicks off Grand’s Summer Music Theatre Camps production schedule
In her second year directing one of The Grand Theatre’s Summer Music Theatre Camps, Kaye Compton is cherishing the opportunity to help young thespians develop their acting skills. Along with her fe...
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Cartersville Water Dept. eyes long-term repairs
When Cartersville Water Department Director Bob Jones dropped an $80 million price tag on various repairs and maintenance his department requires at a June 5 city council meeting, he emphasized the...
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Taylor paves way to future growth
Anticipating future growth in Bartow County, Commissioner Steve Taylor approved $17 million in tax exempt revenue bonds for the planned expansion of VISTA Metals in Adairsville and approved a memor...
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14-year-old driver involved in hit-and-run accident
A 14-year-old was arrested Tuesday night when she struck another vehicle and fled the scene while driving under the influence of marijuana. Several men and women were standing around a Ford Explore...
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@White=[C] 'Wipeout' kicks off Grand's Summer Music Theatre Camps production schedule
@White=[C] In her second year directing one of The Grand Theatre’s Summer Music Theatre Camps, Kaye Compton is cherishing the opportunity to help young thespians develop their acting skills. Along ...
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@White=[C] Cartersville speaker stirs emotions at CTC's 50th graduation anniversary
@White=[C] Chattahoochee Technical College’s commencement ceremony on June 3 marked the institution’s 50th year of conferring degrees, diplomas and certificates. In 1964, the Marietta-Cobb Area Voc...
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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 a ...
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@White=[C] 14-year-old driver involved in hit-and-run accident
@White=[C] A 14-year-old was arrested Tuesday night when she struck another vehicle and fled the scene while driving under the influence of marijuana. Several men and women were standing around a F...
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@White=[C] Cartersville Water Dept. eyes long-term repairs
@White=[C] When Cartersville Water Department Director Bob Jones dropped an $80 million price tag on various repairs and maintenance his department requires at a June 5 city council meeting, he emp...
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@White=[C] Taylor paves way to future growth
@White=[C] Anticipating future growth in Bartow County, Commissioner Steve Taylor approved $17 million in tax exempt revenue bonds for the planned expansion of VISTA Metals in Adairsville and appro...
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Adairsville council debates ways to preserve city hall
More than 35 people jammed into the Adairsville City Council’s planned work session, all with opinions on ways to preserve the marble facade of the old Bank of Adairsville. The bank, chartered in 1...
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Stoner ‘lived to serve’
Less than a week after his passing, the Rev. Roy Stoner is being remembered for his generous, giving spirit. The Adairsville resident, who touched countless lives through his work with nonprofits, ...
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Cartersville designer to host Alzheimer’s benefit
To help raise funds for the American Alzheimer’s Association, Cartersville fashion designer Storm Dorris is hosting a black-tie gala at the Booth Western Art Museum Saturday. Featuring his original...
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