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Documents released by the City of Adairsville call for an entity-wide fiscal year 2021 general fund budget of $3,988,500. With the proposed budget signaling for total revenues in the amount of … more
Barely a week removed from the completion of a risk-limiting audit of the 2020 presidential election, officials in Bartow County now find themselves conducting a ballot recount.“The goal of the … more
There's nothing unusual about an illustrator creating artwork for a children's book.Unless the illustrator just turned 7 in October. Cartersville Primary first-grader Magnus Smith and his mom, … more
Fresh off being named an AP Scholar, Rachel Guice has another honor to add to her academic resume. The Adairsville High senior has been selected as Bartow County School System's representative … more
As a member of the Bucket Brigade, Jennifer Wiggins Matthews has a unique view of the Cartersville-Bartow County Exchange Club’s Christmas Parade. On Thursday, the Cartersville resident will walk … more
As first responders, three recent graduates of Chattahoochee Technical College never expected they’d be working in the middle of a global pandemic during the early years of their career.Metro … more
Due to COVID-19, the 17th annual “Kids Cowboy Up!” exhibition is being presented virtually by the Booth Western Art Museum.According to the museum’s e-newsletter, the “Booth Western Art … more
For Salvation Army Capt. Tom Kenyon, the holiday season wouldn’t be the same without the Red Kettle campaign’s bells.“If you had to pick one sound that reminds people it’s Christmastime in … more
As reviveGEORGIA’s state chairman, Wesley Morris is embracing the opportunity to help fellow believers “share the love of Jesus.”"reviveGEORGIA exists to equip the saints for the return of … more
Known for entertaining The Grand Theatre’s audiences year after year, holiday ballets are pivoting to virtual formats this season. In the midst of the lingering pandemic, the Cartersville City … more
Gov. Brian Kemp is urging Georgians to keep distanced and consider outdoor or virtual gatherings this Thanksgiving with COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths on the rise in recent … more
Bartow County residents who plan to travel during the long Thanksgiving weekend can expect lighter traffic and lower gas prices than last year.Health concerns created by the COVID-19 pandemic as well … more
In the midst of COVID-19, the Booth Photography Guild is putting a social-distancing twist on a holiday keepsake. The group has created a way for families to continue the time-honored tradition of … more
Georgia Highlands College received a mixed bag of results from three reports recently released by the University System of Georgia.The five-campus college saw increases in the economic impact it has … more
Georgia high school students still have a chance to have the weight of their end-of-course exams lowered.After the U.S. Department of Education announced in early September that it would not consider … more
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