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With Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's personalized care serving as a lifeline to Stacie Baggett's family over the past three years, the Cartersville resident is excited to promote Scottish Rite and the Aflac Cancer Center during the 14th annual 95.5 FM and AM 750 News/Talk WSB Care-a-Thon.
Through "Night at the Museum," Tellus employees aim to provide patrons an entertaining encounter with science.
With an extensive family business history, Georgia Supreme Court Justice and Bartow native Robert Benham brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise as the guest speaker for the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce's Quarterly Luncheon.
Will Brooks, president of The Pumphouse Players, and Leslie McCrary look through some of the theater group's memorabilia, dating back to 1978.
As the beginning of the school year approaches, the Bartow County College and Career Academy is moving toward its second full year of operation.
Members of the Big Chicken Chorus sing to visitors at the Booth Western Art Museum on Valentine's Day.
Newly elected Congressman Barry Loudermilk, second from right, checks early returns Tuesday night at his election headquarters in Acworth.
Here's an inside look of a home in Cartersville listed for sale on Zillow. This home has a fenced-in yard and a four car garage.
Angela Griffin found she had plenty of sweet choices at the Bartow History Museum's Old Fashioned Bake Sale last year.
Staff Report One man has been charged in connection with an alleged rape July 17. According to the Cartersville police reports, the 21-year-old victim's mother told police the victim had gone to a friend's house to "hang out" on July 17. When the mother got home about 6:30 p.m., she said she decided to take a walk around Fairview Circle with her ... (more)
The people listed on the Bartow County Jail's intake report were arrested and booked into the jail but are not convicted, therefore are presumed innocent until the court system settles their cases.
Three people, including a Dalton business owner, have been arrested, and more than 22 pounds of synthetic marijuana seized, following an investigation that began in June, police said.
To help fulfill the holiday wishes of its Angel Tree recipients, The Salvation Army's program will be reinforced by the "Christmas in July" concert Saturday.
Gary Floyd, from left, Mary Abernathy, Kenneth Carson, Evan King, Glenda Duvall and John Worley pose beside the original director's room door, circa 1899, from the downtown Bank of Adairsville.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 12:07 pm
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