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CPD's Camp considered 'Renaissance man'
In a recent training course, Cartersville Police Capt. Mark Camp offers a blatantly honest assessment of those in his profession, using humor to soften the critique. The humor, which Camp said he g...
May 05, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 39 39 recommendations | email to a friend
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Wakeboarding season begins at Terminus
Wakeboarders of varying ages and skill levels lined up Saturday to experience the first full-size cable wake park in Georgia. Located in Emerson, Terminus Wake Park held its grand opening under a c...
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Read Through the Bible initiative draws more than 3,000 believers
Feeling led to partake in the historic theological initiative, Renee Andrews proclaimed her faith Tuesday as she publicly read eight chapters in 1 Chronicles. Standing on the 1903 Bartow County Cou...
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Job fair, networking event highlight Goodwill Week
Goodwill of North Georgia will recognize Goodwill Week this week with several events, including a networking event and a job fair in Cartersville. Held Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at the Goodwill Career ...
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Three vie for Adairsville mayoral post
Three candidates, Kenneth J. “J.C.” Carson, Ronald “Ronnie” Everett and Adena Harper, are running to fill the remaining term of Mayor Evan King who resigned in March. The special election will be h...
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Bartow EMA responds to EF3 tornado drill
A massive EF3 tornado slammed into an academic building at Georgia Highlands College’s Cartersville campus Friday morning killing six students and injuring 14. First responders attempting to reach ...
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Family of man shot on 'illegal' warrants sues city, APD officials
Almost two years after the death of William Burton, his family is seeking unspecified monetary compensation after Burton was shot and killed by Floyd County police on “illegal” warrants taken by Ad...
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Noise complaints result in drug bust
Cartersville police responded to a loud music complaint at the Bartow Motel at 803 Joe Frank Harris Parkway on Friday. Another officer said he had observed suspicious activity coming from that room...
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Tellus to celebrate National Astronomy Day May 10
Through Tellus Science Museum’s National Astronomy Day celebration, Executive Director Jose Santamaria seeks to provide an immersive experience for visitors May 10. “National Astronomy Day, of cour...
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National Day of Prayer observance emphasizes unity
Following the national observance’s call to worship in “One Voice, United in Prayer,” more than 1,000 believers across generational, denominational and racial lines participated in Bartow’s Day of ...
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Armed robber pistol-whips store clerk
A masked man entered a Taylorsville business late Tuesday night brandishing a weapon and demanding money. Shortly before 10:30 p.m. the suspect walked into Harris Five Forks Grocery on Lowery Road ...
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Trinity Rail to return to Cartersville
A little more than five years after Trinity Rail announced layoffs at its Cartersville facility, the company is seemingly working to reactivate the plant. Trinity Rail OEM, a subsidiary of Trinity ...
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Empowerment seminar aims to reach young women
Aimed at empowering young women ages 10 to 19, the Girls Run the World Empowerment Seminar this weekend will reach out to local youths, offering education, resources and encouragement. “Our overall...
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May Market at Rose Lawn debuts Saturday
To highlight the property’s more than 200 rose varieties, Rose Lawn Museum and its grounds will play host to a new spring festival Saturday. Titled May Market at Rose Lawn, the event will be held f...
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Alcohol by-the-drink sales on May 20 ballot for county
Bartow County residents voting in the May 20 primary will find two questions concerning alcohol sales on the ballot. The referendums would permit Sunday sales of distilled spirits or alcoholic beve...
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