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White PD confiscates pot, stolen credit cards
A White residence was the target of a drug bust over the weekend. According to a news release from White Police Chief David King, an officer with the department located almost 40 marijuana plants a...
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Friday's SBDC seminar to focus on common business mistakes
Grab a brown bag, pack a lunch and join the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce as the Small Business Council hosts experts from the University of Georgia Small Business Development Cent...
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Emerson Elementary art show explores the world
Tahiti, Morocco and Thailand likely don’t seem like far-away lands to the students of Emerson Elementary School anymore. On Tuesday, the school held its annual student art show, during which the sc...
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Robber snatches cash, flees
A woman counting cash to pay for a hotel room was robbed by a so-called friend Friday. The woman said the suspect, who was not named in the Cartersville police report, had called her Friday when sh...
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Teachers to keep jobs in Bartow
Bartow County schools will maintain 100 percent of teachers who are seeking to remain employed in Fiscal Year 2014, says Human Resources Executive Director Macy Defnall. “In April, we had a goal of...
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New boating laws go into effect tomorrow
A number of new laws affecting outdoor recreation will go into effect this week. On Wednesday, May 15, regulations regarding boating under the influence, hunting under the influence, life jacket us...
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Duck Derby: Ducks of the Etowah sets sail Saturday
With the 12th annual Duck Derby Festival: Ducks of the Etowah set for Saturday, Advocates for Children is encouraging area residents to participate in its largest fundraiser of the year. Supporters...
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Increasing budget woes limit Kingston expenditures
In an effort to hold onto a diminishing cash flow in the face of increasing expenses, the Kingston City Council voted to table four expenditures at its Monday, May 13, meeting. “We installed a 36-i...
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Robin Hooker helps Habitat turn houses into homes
For Robin Hooker, the home dedication service is one of the highlights of being the president of Bartow Area Habitat for Humanity. “It is probably the most amazing moment because the families have ...
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Man threatens complainant with Glock 22
Staff Report A Bartow County Sheriff’s Office Deputy was dispatched to 138 Hamilton Crossing Road, Cartersville, after a man, using vulgar language toward a female, produced a handgun, threatening ...
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KBB highlights efforts of Adopt-A-Road volunteers
At least once a quarter, Bartow County residents concerned about the welfare of their neighborhoods and communities take to the streets to care for a place they proudly call their own. Through the ...
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Cartersville's districts maintain historic charm
Between relocating his business to downtown Cartersville and renovating its new home, 2012 proved to be an exciting adventure for Andy Bowen. In addition to meeting his approval, the preservation w...
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Education officials weigh in on Deal's budget
Gov. Nathan Deal’s nearly $37.1 billion Fiscal Year 2014 budget signed Tuesday, May 7, shows increases in areas of education spending, including more than $320 million in combined lottery and budge...
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Bartow TRIAD to host GALA Friday at senior center
With senior citizens often the victims of crime, the Bartow TRIAD hopes the annual GALA Friday will provide information to area residents. Hosted in conjunction with Older American’s Month, the GAL...
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Cartersville mother-daughter duo now schoolmates at Medtech College
Even though they are 20 years apart, Tracie Hardy-Banks and her daughter, Ebony Banks, find themselves schoolmates at Medtech College’s Marietta campus. This turn of events happened at the encourag...
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