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'Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids' to feature Cartersville ties tonight
Tonight's back-to-back episodes of "Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids," will feature a pair of Bartow connections. Two Cartersville brides will be featured on the TLC show, which is filmed at brida...
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Bartow, city schools art show under way at Booth
Through May 13, the annual Bartow County and Cartersville City Schools Art Show is enabling budding young artists to showcase their work in a Smithsonian Affiliate. On display in the Booth Western ...
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Great American Cleanup aims to reduce litter
Volunteers still sought for Saturday cleanups
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Chamber kicks off Manufacturer Appreciation Week
With 137 industries employing 9,342 people, manufacturers make a significant contribution to Bartow County's economy. For one week a year, Bartow County in coordination with the state of Georgia, c...
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Pettit Environmental Preserve to observe Earth Day
To promote the reduce, recycle and reuse mantra, the Bag Monster will visit the Pettit Environmental Preserve's Earth Day Hike event on Saturday, courtesy of Keep Bartow Beautiful. Donning a costum...
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Career academy seeks businesses' input
The Needs Assessment Committee of the Bartow County College and Career Academy will be sending out a survey to local business and industry this week to gather input on the areas in which they would...
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EVHS' Hoggs for Dogs benefit on tap Saturday
On Saturday, the Etowah Valley Humane Society is hoping a motorcycle poker run will draw needed awareness and funds for its Cartersville operation. Titled Hoggs for Dogs, the seventh annual benefit...
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Adairsville celebrates 150th anniversary of the Great Locomotive Chase
Adairsville celebrated the 150th anniversary of The Great Locomotive Chase in a three day event called Heritage Day, held in downtown Adairsville, Thursday through Saturday afternoon. "It was a lot...
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Rydal grandmother becomes black belt in Choi Kwang Do
Being promoted to a first degree black belt at 69, Annie Carter is proof that age is just a number. For the past three years, the Rydal resident has trained at Choi Kwang Do Martial Art in Cartersv...
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BARTOW BLOTTER — 4.15
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 ...
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Murder suspect captured in high speed chase
The Bartow County Sheriff's Office assisted in the conclusion of a multi-state high-speed chase that occurred on U.S. Interstate 75 southbound early Saturday morning. According to Sheriff Clark Mil...
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Largest fluctuation in decade of crime coincides with economic downturn
In criminology, there are theories about the factors that affect a location's crime rate - the "broken windows" theory, changes in the economy, population increases and even demographic shifts. Las...
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Drivers ed gains A Better Choice
After 30 years of teaching, Gayle Bailey-Blake returned to her passion for education by opening A Better Choice Driving School. She's no longer at the head of a traditional classroom but her passio...
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Commission says workforce act could limit representation
Sarah Harrison, a workforce representative for the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission, spoke to Georgia Highlands College Continuing Education Advisory Council Friday regarding the Workforce Inv...
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Red Top events to highlight pioneer life, Great Locomotive Chase next weekend
Through a pair of events next weekend, Red Top Mountain State Park will invite history buffs to turn back the clock to the 1800s. While Springtime at the Homestead will be under way at the Cartersv...
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