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Rolling domestic leads to DUI arrest
A domestic dispute about 6 p.m. Wednesday reportedly taking place in a vehicle ended in the arrest on the driver. According to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office report, after a motorist reported a...
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Rolling domestic leads to DUI arrest
Staff Report A domestic dispute about 6 p.m. Wednesday reportedly taking place in a vehicle ended in the arrest on the driver. According to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office report, after a motori...
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Court orders WYXC owners to cooperate
Playing the role of an inverse Solomon, Bartow County Judge D. Scott Smith ordered the owners of NewsTalk AM 1270-WYXC to temporarily work together for the good of their business until the original...
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Man cuts himself, flees police
A man was tased Tuesday morning after injuring himself, fleeing police and forcing his way inside a home. Deputies were called to the Salacoa Road residence just after 10:30 a.m. where the resident...
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GSP hits field for training
As the instructor calls out orders, Georgia State Patrol troopers armed with batons and equipped with helmets and gas masks walk through the procedure for crowd situations involving tear gas. The g...
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58th annual Kiddie Day Parade set for Saturday
Like many families in Cartersville, the Kiddie Day Parade has become a tradition for Jennifer Matthews’ loved ones. Once a participant, she now will join her 2-year-old son, Knox, on the parade rou...
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Qualifying ends for Senate District 14
Qualifying has ended for the state Senate District 14 special election. The following candidates have qualified to run for the seat, which represents part of Bartow, Cherokee and Cobb counties: • N...
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5K to benefit church ministry, shoe charity
For the second year, Greater New Fellowship Baptist Church in Cassville wil host its Run for the Son 5K and 1 mile walk/run this Saturday at Dellinger Park beginning at 8 a.m. “The Run for the Son ...
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Euharlee festival plans ahead of schedule
Plans for Euharlee’s Covered Bridge Festival are moving along ahead of schedule, festival coordinator Samantha Berry told the Euharlee City Council at its monthly work session. “We are a lot furthe...
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JDA gets preview of new economic development website
Bartow County will soon have a new way to promote itself as the “location of choice” for businesses. The phrase has long been the address for the Bartow-Cartersville Joint Development Association’s...
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Bartow Family Resources presents Night of Life Oct. 3
Through the Bartow Family Resources’ Night of Life, the nonprofit looks to spur funding and awareness. Set for Oct. 3 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., the benefit will be held at Georgia Highlands College, ...
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CFD improves response times
In an emergency, every second counts. Cartersville Fire Department this week released that July 2013’s response times for the agency had improved over those of 2012. “Response times are critical to...
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Institute aims to aid students, families
On Tuesday, Andrew Windham, proprietor of the College Planning Institute, made a visit to the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce to speak on the institute, which aims to help students a...
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Entertainment industry yields exposure, economic gains
As a member of Cartersville’s arts community, Angie Alexandersen was thrilled to serve as an extra in “Hamlet and Hutch.” While her family joined about 225 people in an audience scene at The Grand ...
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Garren guides EMS as new director
Kevin Garren is a soft-spoken man, preferring to talk about his department — Bartow County Emergency Medical Services — instead of himself. That modest and team-driven approach certainly were facto...
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