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Continuing a recent trend seen across Bartow County, the Taylorsville City Council considered and passed a fire hydrant flow testing ordinance Tuesday night in order to help with the county's ISO rating. Scheduled to undergo a rating revision, the county government has asked all municipalities to pass a hydrant testing ordinance, said Mayor Mitch Bagley.
In an effort to help "bring families back together," New Beginning Resource Center is hosting a job expo Saturday that will offer training and services for job seekers. The job expo will be the first event New Beginning has hosted since it opened in March, said founder Jackie Carswell.
The application package may be obtained at the agency's headquarters at 195 Cassville Road, on the agency's website or by emailing Captain Mark Camp at email@example.com. Candidates must be at least 21 years of age and a U.S. citizen in order to apply.
Students and teachers have found their stride in the first few weeks of the new school year, but both superintendents for the school systems in Bartow County understand that there are still adjustments to be made, given new policies, new faces and new procedures. John Harper, superintendent for the Bartow County School System, said adjustments during the beginning of a school year are a part of matriculation for students and teachers.
The route will start on Main Street at Bartow Street and will continue towards Main Street. The procession will take a left onto Tennessee Street, a left onto Cherokee Street and march towards the parking lot of Cartersville City Hall where the parade will end.
Born January 3, 1931, in Bartow County, a son of the late Leon Green and Clifford Naomi Black Green, he was a well-known citizen of Cartersville. Green was an active member of the Sam Jones United Methodist Church and United States Air Force veteran of the Korean Conflict.
According to Gov. Nathan Deal's office, two Bartow County sites are among the top job-creating investments the state saw during its 2014 fiscal year. Toyo Tire's expansion ranked second in the state's projects of regional significance, with Shaw's Adairsville plant ranking fourth.
Having asked all the necessary questions at Tuesday's work session, the Adairsville City Council breezed through the regular meeting - approving, authorizing, adopting, directing and rescinding more than 35 resolutions. The council authorized City Manager Pam Madison to negotiate and execute all contracts necessary to insure the completion of the renovation of City Hall.
The fourth annual Flower Ceremony to commemorate the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims will be held Thursday, September 25, 2014 at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville. The ceremony will start at 7 p.m., and the event will coincide with others across the country that will celebrate the lives lost to murder.
As a stop on the Keeper Books Tour, Cartersville Public Library will feature five best-selling authors Sept. 20. From noon to 3 p.m., Mary Buckham, Tracey Devlyn, Adrienne Giordano, Dianna Love and Hildie McQueen will read excerpts of their books, engage in a Q&A chat and conduct book signings.
Less than a year after launching, the Firefighter H.O.P.E. Foundation kicks up fundraising efforts with the Hope for Our Heroes 5K & Fun Run. Scheduled for Saturday, Sept.
The Bartow History Museum and Booth Western Art Museum are just two of hundreds of institutions across the country participating in Smithsonian magazine's Museum Day Live! An annual event, Museum Day Live! involves participating museums across the country opening their doors to anyone who presents an official Museum Day Live! ticket for free. This year's event will occur on Saturday, Sept.
To raise money and awareness for the nervous system disorder, the Neurofibromatosis Network will present the Great Steps Walk4NF benefit Saturday. The second annual walk will be held at Dellinger Park, 100 Pine Grove Road in Cartersville.
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Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 10:40 am
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