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Cartersville, Georgia is located in Bartow County. Zip codes in Cartersville, GA include 30121, and 30120. The median home price in Cartersville is $158,500 which is roughly $72/per square foot. More Cartersville information.

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5 hrs ago | Patch.com

Cartersville Receives Downtown Development Program of the Year Award

The Cartersville Downtown Development Authority & Main Street Program received the Downtown Development Program of the Year award at the annual Georgia Downtown Conference held in Decatur.

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11 hrs ago | Patch.com

Two Charged In String of Cartersville Burglaries, Thefts

The Cartersville Police Department have charged Marvin Anthony Edwards, 36, of Taylorsville and Tracy Darlene Lowe, 36, of Cartersville after a "lengthy investigation," Chief Thomas Culpepper said on Tuesday.

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12 hrs ago | Daily Tribune News

Kiddie Day Parade returns to Cartersville Saturday, Sept. 20

Over the years, Gretchen Denham's children have had the opportunity to transform into a spaceship, Humpty Dumpty, Darth Vader, Audrey Hepburn and a snow girl, courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Cartersville's Kiddie Day Parade.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

Daily Tribune News

McAllister translates love of books to dedicated FOL - Sservice

Lori McAllister is the Workforce Investment Act Career Coordinator at Chattahoochee Technical College, North Metro Campus, and a Friends of the Library board member and vice president.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Daily Tribune News

Empty Bowls uses art to fight hunger

On Sept. 28, the fourth-annual Empty Bowls will showcase local potters and restaurants while raising money for a local feeding program for school-aged children.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Daily Tribune News

Public Servants Luncheon marks 15 years

For Mitchell Bagley, public service means double duty. The Cartersville Fire Department captain stepped outside his emergency response role to tackle the Taylorsville mayor job, and on Sept.

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Daily Tribune News

Cartersville drummer named Entertainer of Year

On Sunday, Aug. 24, Cartersville resident Donna Robinson captured the Entertainer of the Year accolade during the Atlanta Society of Entertainers' 40th annual awards show.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Daily Tribune News

Cloverleaf introduces new reading tradition

Carrying their class banner during the Reading Celebration Day parade at Cloverleaf Elementary School are, from left, Sariya Ray, teacher Susan Smith and Ella Cate Rogers.

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Daily Tribune News

Schirmer pens 'Never a Dull Moment'

Cartersville author Ralph Schirmer is pictured with his book, "Never a Dull Moment: From Fukuoka 1936 and thereabouts to Cartersville 2014 and thereabouts ..." SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News For Cartersville resident Ralph Schirmer, life is an adventure, full of experiences to treasure and remember.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Daily Tribune News

Home lost, firefighters treated in blaze

Three Cartersville Fire Department engines, one tower and one rescue squad for nearly three hours Wednesday fought a residental fire at 13 Galway Drive in the Waterford subdivision.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Atlanta Parent

Celebrate Labor Day!Our Top Picks for Your Holiday Weekend

Watch the skies light up with hot air balloons, experience a lasershow at Stone Mountain Park, enjoy fireworks on Lake Lanier, cheer for your favorite football team or race car driver and watch a sci-fi parade in Downtown Atlanta.

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Daily Tribune News

Cartersville DDA named Program of the Year

In recognition of its efforts to improve the city's center, the Georgia Downtown Association dubbed the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority the Development Program of the Year during its annual conference Aug. 20-22.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Patch.com

Grady Sanford Appointed to Commander of GSP Troop A Operations

Grady David Sanford, Jr. from Gordon County has been appointed as commander of Georgia State Patrol Troop A. Troop A is comprised of patrol posts located in Cartersville, Dalton, Jasper, Paulding, Rome, LaFayette, and Calhoun which cover 20 counties in northwest Georgia.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

MyFoxAtlanta

Fireball spotted over north Georgia's night sky

A lot of people across north Georgia and metro Atlanta messaged the FOX 5 newsroom this weekend about a bright flash across the night sky on Saturday.

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Sun Aug 24, 2014

Daily Tribune News

Fall staple highlights historical venues

Aeson Camp seems in awe as he rides the merry-go-round at Pioneer Days. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News, File In spite of sweltering 90-degree temperatures, Bartow's fall festival season is quickly approaching.

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Daily Tribune News

Primrose Schools to hold annual meeting in Cartersville

After being gone for 15 years, corporate members of Primrose Schools are returning to Cartersville for two days.

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Sat Aug 23, 2014

Daily Tribune News

Sen. Isakson speaks to Rotary Club gathering

While taking a statewide trip during the August recess, Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson addressed a combined meeting of the Bartow County, Cartersville and Etowah Rotary clubs Thursday.

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Daily Tribune News

Hope Center to offer free cancer screenings

Dr. William Thoms demonstrates an oral cancer screening with the assistance of Nila Thomas at The Hope Center where free oral, head and neck cancer screenings will be offered Sept.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Daily Tribune News

Cartersville council OKs restaurant expansion

Two weeks of searching failed to produce a satisfactory compromise in the debate over a proposed parking lot at Moore's Gourmet Market at 221 Fite St. Cortney Hultman, owner of the popular restaurant, applied in June for a special use permit to demolish a house bordering his business and create a lot for overflow parking.

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Daily Tribune News

Cut-a-Thon for Autism offers Cartersville sites

For the fourth year, The Association of Stylists and Barbers will be "transforming looks and transforming lives" during its Cut-a-Thon for Autism Saturday and Sunday.

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