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The Cartersville-Bartow County Exchange Club has refused to allow a float made by the Stop the Dump movement to participate in the Dec. 12 Christmas parade.
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Gov. Nathan Deal announced today at the Toyo Tire North America Manufacturing Inc. facility in White near Cartersville in Bartow County that the company will expand its current facility, creating a total of 650 new jobs and $371 million investment into the project over the next four years.
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor approved 10 appointments to various county, city-county and inter-county commissions Wednesday.
As Christmas draws near, numerous organizations are busy trying to fill the wish lists of thousands of children.
Toyo Tires, its employees and community volunteers will once again band together Saturday, Dec. 21, for the annual Community Christmas Luncheon that provides a Christmas meal to those in need.
After coming out ahead in the November special election to fill the District 14 State Senate seat vacated by Barry Loudermilk, Bartow County resident Bruce Thompson has secured the post with more than double the votes of his runoff opponent, Matt Laughridge of Cartersville.
Tuesday night's Mega Millions jackpot reached $4257 million! Here are the winning numbers: 12, 41, 7, 44, 59 Mega Ball - 3 The tragic shooting of a 72-year-old man in North Georgia has re-ignited a nationwide debate over "Stand Your Ground" laws.
Bartow County officials say a Cartersville man walked into the county courthouse just after noon Tuesday, pulled out a knife and cut his own neck.
Declaring that the city wasn't ready yet, the Taylorsville City Council on Monday night voted unanimously to deny a proposal to allow alcohol sales in the city.
Update Georgia State Patrol officials tell Patch the crash appears to have been a head-on collision that resulted in one fatality.
A Cartersville man who said he knew he wasn't allowed on the property of a Rolling Hills Drive home went there anyway and allegedly pointed a gun at four people and threatened to kill them.
Cartersville this week will be host to the largest Christmas parade in northwest Georgia as the annual Cartersville Exchange Club Christmas Parade winds through its streets on Dec. 5. More than 100 floats, marching bands, fire trucks, horses and antique cars will be featured and a special appearance by Santa Claus is guaranteed.