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Authorities continue to see homeless repeat offenders
Since the economic downturn almost five years ago, more and more people have found themselves homeless. While their individual reasons and situations are unknown, some of them begin to commit petty...
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Adairsville flea market ordinance raises concerns
A group of concerned citizens attended Adairsville's city council meeting Thursday to voice disapproval of a proposed ordinance to regulate flea markets. The ordinance, which received its first rea...
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Euharlee Presbyterian Church closes its doors
With Sunday having marked Euharlee Presbyterian Church's final worship service, its congregation and the Cherokee Presbytery are turning their focus to the future of the historical sanctuary. "[Our...
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Students at Chatt Tech make the cut
For Cartersville residents Teandria Winters and Haley Hogan, beginning their first cosmetology classes at Chattahoochee Technical College's North Metro Campus is just another step in their separate...
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'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)' to open Jan. 27
By performing in "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)," Morgan McCrary will have a once in a lifetime opportunity -- a chance to portray Hamlet and about 20 of the playwright's oth...
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Wakeboard park proposed for LakePoint
Wake Park Atlanta, has announced plans to open one of the United States' largest and most unique cable wakeboard parks. Scheduled to open in spring 2012, the park will encompass more than 16 acres ...
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Martin Luther King Jr. observances begin Sunday
With two days of activities planned, the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee of Bartow County is encouraging the community to celebrate the life and legacy of the slain Civil Rights leader...
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Kingston meeting brings financial troubles to light
After being sworn in as Kingston's new mayor, Ronald Casey took the opportunity to spell out the city's financial situation Monday evening. Referring to comments made by former Mayor Dexter Jones a...
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Storm drain covers being stolen from subdivision
A recent string of thefts may result in residents of the Carter Grove Plantation subdivision walking more carefully along their streets. Following a city of Cartersville police officer's patrol thr...
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Main Street construction begins
Cartersville residents traveling from Main Street to Interstate 75 may see delays in traffic due to construction that has officially begun on the Main Street Gateway. According to City Engineer Tom...
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Kingston settles matter with former police chief
A dispute over the termination of former Kingston Police Chief Walter Harrell came to a close Monday night at the first city council meeting under the new administration. At the request of Harrell'...
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Salvation Army majors bid farewell
While their last day at the Cartersville Corps will be Jan. 22, Salvation Army Majs. John and Nancy Fuller always will cherish their time in Bartow County. Serving in Cartersville since 2007, the F...
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First phase of LakePoint construction plan passes
Emerson began 2012 with a huge step forward -- the approval of the first phase of the LakePoint Sports complex construction plan. The phase, approved during Monday's city council meeting, covers gr...
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Deserving family moves into Habitat home
Thanks to Bartow Area Habitat for Humanity, Erick and Marsha Ingram are delighted to have the opportunity to enhance their family's quality of life. With their Habitat dedication ceremony held on F...
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Hood invites people to 'fall in love with downtown Cartersville'
For Liz Hood, serving as the executive director for the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is a challenging yet rewarding endeavor. Working for the Cartersville DDA, she helps promote and ...
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