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An Adairsville man was arrested Tuesday morning after he was identified as being in a vacant mobile home when it caught fire, according to Adairsville Police. The incident occured at 10:27 a.m. Tuesday at 105 Sparks St., Adairsville, when … more
A year ago, the Adairsville High football team lost to North Murray in the final regular season game on a controversial call. An apparent fumble return for an Adairsville touchdown was called back because of an inadvertent whistle late in a … more
Following a tough start to the season, last week’s bye gave the Cass Colonels an opportunity to turn their focus inward. “Coming off the off week, we got a chance to heal up a little bit, go back to work on some fundamental stuff that you … more
According to a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office report, a burglar stole lottery tickets and an unknown amount of cash from Cassville Grocery and Tobacco sometime before 6 a.m. Monday morning. The burglar, who had yet to be identified at the time … more
Bartow County EMS stayed busy Friday with two accidents between 9:30 a.m. and noon. The first accident involved a motorcycle driving on Wilderness Camp Road, just off Highway 20. BCEMS arrived to find one male with numerous injuries, and the … more
Georgia Highlands College is expanding its opportunities for students to learn more about other cultures. Fall semester, the college will begin offering its first Latino literature course, ENGL 2135, which is potentially one of the first Latino … more
The GHSA track and field championships draw the best of the best in the sport from across the state. However, even though Class 5A’s top pole vaulters were competing Thursday in Carrollton, no one could come close to Woodland senior Thomas … more
A long day turned into two wins for the Cartersville Hurricanes Friday in the Rawlings Select Classic at LakePoint. The Canes beat Dunwoody 8-1 and Pepperell 10-0 after waking up early and heading to the field for a long practice session before they … more
The grants fund local community development activities such as affordable housing, anti-poverty programs and infrastructure development. CDBG grants are different from grants that are made for specific purposes because they are subject to less … more
With the winter holidays in full swing, American Red Cross officials are urging people to donate blood when possible. “Many of us celebrate this time of year with loved ones, but patients may spend the holidays and ring in the new year from a … more
The Cass High girls basketball team has set three goals in the first two years head coach Burt Jackson has been at the helm—have a winning record, win Bartow County and make the state tournament. The Lady Colonels accomplished each of the first … more
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Vic Beasley is prepping for his second NFL season with the Atlanta Falcons, but the former Adairsville Tiger took some time Saturday to come back home and reconnect with his first sporting love at the second annual Vic Beasley Basketball … more
The Etowah Valley Historical Society is sponsoring an event about the historically famous Mattie Lee Price from Stilesboro Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Stiles Auditorium in the old Cherokee School building at 320 W. Cherokee Ave. in … more
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