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Tina Brush brings education to the workplace
Currently working with the Georgia Highlands College Department of Continuing Education, Dr. Tina Brush continues a career of education focused on improving the way we work. Leading seminars, works...
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Budget breakdown: County general fund down, total funds up
Thank goodness for an odd year. With the 2012 election year past, Bartow County’s budget looks a little lighter. Commissioner Steve Taylor, who advocated for “getting the budget under control,” app...
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Cartersville entrepreneur finds strength in faith, success in business
In 1999, Damaris Waters earned her massage license, which would lead to a new career and a successful business, but earlier that same year she was diagnosed with a rare disease against which she ha...
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Woodland High School band's Enchanted Evening this month
The Woodland High School Jazz Band will host its annual Enchanted Evening at Trinity United Methodist Church Family Life Center on Saturday, March 23, at 6 p.m. The annual event will feature dinner...
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Bartow breast cancer care receives assistance from It's The Journey grants
Bartow Health Access and Northwest Georgia Regional Cancer Coalition Inc. recently were awarded grants from It’s The Journey Inc. The organizations were among 19 groups in Georgia that received fin...
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LifeSong Montessori expands offerings, adds vision for future
In 1907, Maria Montessori, an Italian physician and educator, opened the doors of Casa dei Bambini, or Children’s House, in a distressed area of Rome, Italy. Her innovative technique found success ...
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Winshape community making plans for summer
Excel Christian Academy this June will host a four-daylong Winshape Camps for Communities event where first through sixth graders will have the opportunity to engage in Bible study, worship, recrea...
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Cartersville mayor latest New Frontier roastee
For Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini, taking the hot seat at the New Frontier of Bartow County’s 40th annual Walter A. Johnson Sr. Celebrity Roast will be an honor. “There’s a 40-year history with t...
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Speeding stop yields distribution amount of pot
A Cartersville man on Thursday sped his way to jail after officers located pot in his SUV. According to the Cartersville police report, Michael James Scott, 40, was speeding through Cartersville wh...
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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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Kingston Public Works director jailed
A Kingston employee was arrested Wednesday after being caught on camera attempting to steal from the city. According to Police Chief Clay Patterson, after an investigation regarding a check missing...
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Former Kingston mayor leaves memory of vision for city with his passing
Remembered as an athlete and for his time in politics, former Kingston Mayor Dexter Jones passed away Thursday morning after a battle with esophageal cancer. Taking office in January 2009, Jones be...
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Adairsville chamber breakfast hosts state, international officials
The Adairsville Council Eggs & Issues Breakfast played host to state and international guests Thursday morning speaking to issues of workforce development and community reconstruction. Consulate Ge...
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Cartersville council revises municipal court fine schedule
Last July, the Cartersville City Council approved a revised municipal court fine schedule. However, after following the schedule for several months, Municipal Court Judge Harry White asked that the...
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School boards develop split revenue agreement
The Cartersville City Board of Education and the Bartow County Board of Education on Monday are each expected to approve a car title fee split agreement with one another. Beginning in April, local ...
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