Phoenix Air to transport Ebola-infected aid workers
Phoenix Air, a Cartersville-based private contractor, is transporting two Ebola-infected American aid workers back to the United States for treatment. The Phoenix Air flight, carrying the number PH...
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Relay for Life fundraising underway
With 35 days remaining until Bartow’s Relay for Life, the event’s teams are busy generating funds for the American Cancer Society. “Everybody’s getting really excited. ... The response has been won...
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Cartersville Wi-Fi goes live downtown
Downtown Cartersville became a little more connected July 24 when the city flipped the switch on its free Wi-Fi network. Covering an area roughly from Church Street to Main Street and Public Square...
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J.P. Vidour training helps promote local tennis
2014 was another fine tennis season in Bartow County as four girls and three boys teams made it to the state tournament. Both the Cartersville boys and girls tennis teams reached the second round o...
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Pumphouse Players to open 40th season with ‘Harvey’
As The Pumphouse Players prepares to launch its 40th season, the theater group’s president, Will Brooks, is paying tribute to the organization’s formative years. Sifting through the troupe’s archiv...
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Emerson Elementary ready for first day of school
by Cheree Dye
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Students, teachers, residents and Bartow County school board members gathered on Wednesday to unveil the new Emerson Elementary School to the public. Superintendent Dr. John Harper concluded the ce...