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Adairsville council reviews policies, procedures
The Adairsville City Council used its regular meeting Thursday to review city policies and procedures. Article III, Division 2 of the Administration Ordinance, Chapter 2 of the purchasing code was ...
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Fire destroys Acworth residence
A fire Thursday morning gutted one Acworth residence. Bartow County Fire Department stations 1, 4, 6 and 9 were dispatched about 10:45 a.m. to the Bartow Carver Road address to find the structure f...
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HPC awards highlight Cartersville preservation work
Local efforts to renovate and preserve historic buildings in downtown Cartersville were recognized one week ago during a Cartersville City Council meeting when restauranteur Will Sprague and contra...
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Lions Club barbecue to return May 17
After a year’s absence, Cartersville Lions Club’s barbecue will return May 17 from 3 to 5 p.m. Currently sponsoring the Bartow County Lions Club, the organization will have increased manpower to pr...
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Bartow judge sets Boyd's bond at $1M
The mother accused of killing her child in January was granted bond Tuesday afternoon in Bartow County Superior Court. Judge Carey Nelson set cash or property bond at $1 million for Brandy Boyd, ch...
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Adairsville council prepares meeting agenda
The Adairsville City Council work session consisted of preparation for the Thursday regular meeting. After hearing departmental reports, Mayor pro-tem Buddy Bagley read a motion to approve amendmen...
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Library highlights 'Project Keepsake' author
A television special focused on valuables in the White House sparked an idea with Amber Nagle, author of “Project Keepsake.” “The president and first lady stopped in each room and told a reporter a...
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Man arrested for impersonating police
After telling an off duty Bartow County Sheriff’s Office Deputy that he worked part time for Floyd County police, one man was arrested Monday night for impersonating an officer. According to the Ca...
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Phoenix Air reveals participation in U.S. Olympic activities
Though the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, are long over, Cartersville-based Phoenix Air has announced its participation in transporting the presidential delegations for the opening and...
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Man threatened during armed robbery
After accepting a ride home from Wal-Mart, one man ended up having a gun having a gun placed to his head and ordered to hand over his money. According to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office incident...
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CPD's Camp considered 'Renaissance man'
In a recent training course, Cartersville Police Capt. Mark Camp offers a blatantly honest assessment of those in his profession, using humor to soften the critique. The humor, which Camp said he g...
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Wakeboarding season begins at Terminus
Wakeboarders of varying ages and skill levels lined up Saturday to experience the first full-size cable wake park in Georgia. Located in Emerson, Terminus Wake Park held its grand opening under a c...
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Read Through the Bible initiative draws more than 3,000 believers
Feeling led to partake in the historic theological initiative, Renee Andrews proclaimed her faith Tuesday as she publicly read eight chapters in 1 Chronicles. Standing on the 1903 Bartow County Cou...
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Job fair, networking event highlight Goodwill Week
Goodwill of North Georgia will recognize Goodwill Week this week with several events, including a networking event and a job fair in Cartersville. Held Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at the Goodwill Career ...
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Three vie for Adairsville mayoral post
Three candidates, Kenneth J. “J.C.” Carson, Ronald “Ronnie” Everett and Adena Harper, are running to fill the remaining term of Mayor Evan King who resigned in March. The special election will be h...
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