Category Archives: Bartow

Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank: Sunshine all weekend. ‘Gal Talk’ a hit, Cabela’s unique ribbon cutting Aug. 21, Busy weekend with tomatoes and motorcycles. Hardy Open Houses. Crimewatch updates.

Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank: Sunshine all weekend. ‘Gal Talk’ a hit, Cabela’s unique ribbon cutting Aug. 21, Busy weekend with tomatoes and motorcycles. Hardy Open Houses. Crimewatch updates.

Ware Mechanical forecast:  Sunshine all weekend. High of 92 today. Keep an eye on storms headed our way Monday.  Headlines: ‘Gal Talk’ a hit thanks to messages such as this: ‘Change is scary, and scary is risky but risky is when you get the big reward’ (Gretchen Corbin). Talk Cabela’s grand opening on Aug. 21 includesRead more

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Bartow County Jail reports, July 26

Bartow County Jail reports, July 26

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Cartersville Police arrest reports, July 26

Cartersville Police arrest reports, July 26

Here are today’s arrest reports from the Cartersville Police Department. Just click each file to see the report: 3148 / 3150 / 3159

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‘Gal Talk’ a hit thanks to messages such as this: ‘Change is scary, and scary is risky but risky is when you get the big reward’ – Gretchen Corbin

‘Gal Talk’ a hit thanks to messages such as this: ‘Change is scary, and scary is risky but risky is when you get the big reward’ – Gretchen Corbin

We’re hearing stunning reviews from Friday’s first “Gal Talk” sponsored by Harbin Clinic and filled with inspirational — and downright personal in some cases — presentations from speakers ranging from the challenges faced by the commissioner of the state Department of Community Affairs to a former Rome mayor (and current city commissioner) who crunches corporate taxRead more

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Cabela’s grand opening on Aug. 21 includes unique ribbon ‘cutting’

Cabela’s grand opening on Aug. 21 includes unique ribbon ‘cutting’

If you thought the “board cutting” at Lowe’s grand opening was unique, you’ll appreciate the plans Cabela’s has for the premiere of the Acworth store on Aug. 21. Ceremonies will start at 10:45 that morning, concluding with the ribbon being cut by an arrow shot from a bow, according to Earl Johnson, an executive with theRead more

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Ware Mechanical forecast: Sunshine all weekend. Storms ahead on Monday.

Ware Mechanical forecast: Sunshine all weekend. Storms ahead on Monday.

Outlook: Sunshine all weekend with high of 92 today. Continue keeping an eye on Monday’s weather with possible storms ahead.  Expanded weather reports: Rome data / Cartersville data Weather bar: Weather / Radar / Forecast Your forecast:  Hazardous Weather Outlook Today: Patchy fog before 9am. Otherwise, mostly sunny, with a high near 92. Calm wind becoming west around 5 mph in the afternoon.  Tonight: PartlyRead more

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Crimewatch: A 21st Century citizen’s arrest (almost). What’s hot: car battery thefts? Rome Police need your opinions

Crimewatch: A 21st Century citizen’s arrest (almost). What’s hot: car battery thefts? Rome Police need your opinions

  A weekly look at updates from our area’s law enforcement community: Citizen’s photo helps with burglary arrest in Gordon County: Sheriff Mitch Ralston reports that at approximately 12:30 p.m. July 22, deputy sheriffs were dispatched to a private residence off Dews Pond Road near Calhoun in response to a report of a residential burglary-in-progress. A witnessRead more

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Weekend: Busy Saturday with Tomato Festival, motorcycle rally, politics

Weekend: Busy Saturday with Tomato Festival, motorcycle rally, politics

Saturday-Sunday: Rome Braves baseball. Rome vs.  West Virginia at 7 p.m. Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday. Post-game concert Saturday night: The Tams (9:45-10 p.m. start) Saturday: Cave Spring Motorcycle Rally with live music, bike show and poker run. The gates open at 9 a.m. Saturday, off U.S. 411 and Davis Road. Details Saturday: Ridge Ferry Park Farmers Market, 7-10 a.m., fromRead more

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Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports: Rome Braves win 4-2 over Delmarva, Berry Coaching updates

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports: Rome Braves win 4-2 over Delmarva, Berry Coaching updates

TODAY’S SPORTS HEADLINES Rome Braves Rome Braves top Delmarva, 4-2. Media release: The Rome Braves (13-22) defeated Delmarva (17-18) to take the rubber game of their three game series with the Shorebirds on Friday night in front of 3,997 fans. The Braves drew first blood with an RBI double by Sean Godfrey in the bottom of the firstRead more

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Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Floyd, Bartow, Gordon, Polk and Chattooga counties

Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Floyd, Bartow, Gordon, Polk and Chattooga counties

Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Items appearing blue type indicate a superior score of 95 or better. items appearing in red type indicate a failing score of 69 or lower. Floyd County No reports Bartow County RED LOBSTER 375 CHEROKEE PL CARTERSVILLE, GA 30121View inspections:July 25, 2014 Score: 98, Grade: A  Gordon County No reports Polk CountyRead more

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Highway 53 clearing after tractor-trailer fire

Highway 53 clearing after tractor-trailer fire

From WRGA:  A tractor trailer transporting bundles of cardboard caught fire Friday afternoon while travelling south on Highway 53. Both southbound lanes of Hwy. 53 were blocked while the fire was extinguished. There were no injuries reports. More at WRGA

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GNTC’s Graceful Beam completes 2014 Georgia Master Teacher Experience

GNTC’s Graceful Beam completes 2014 Georgia Master Teacher Experience

Media release: Graceful Beam, instructor of Business Management, was the Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) representative for the first annual Georgia Master Teacher Experience; an intensive week of focus on instructional innovations, motivational techniques, situational problem-solving, contextual learning, and information exchange. The event took place at Southwest Georgia Technical College (SWGTC) in Thomasville. It isRead more

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Today’s business headlines from Georgia Trend

Today’s business headlines from Georgia Trend

THE LATEST FROM GEORGIA TREND: CLICK FOR MORE Below are today’s top business and political stories from sources around the state of Georgia. July 25, 2014 | Athens Banner-Herald Worst of recession over, outlook bright, Morris CEO tells UGA audience July 25, 2014 | Atlanta Business Chronicle Report ranks Southern Co. low on clean energy July 25, 2014 | Marietta DailyRead more

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O’Charley’s to open on Aug. 27

O’Charley’s to open on Aug. 27

O’Charley’s is coming together quickly on Turner McCall just over the Oostanaula River bridge with an Aug. 27 opening now set, says developer Wayne Robinson. The restaurant, once home to Santa Fe Cattle and Buenavista, probably will have a soft opening a few days prior to that to give General Manager Jason Watson and staffRead more

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Buck to pursue statewide recount of school superintendent’s race; on Hometown Radio Monday morning

Buck to pursue statewide recount of school superintendent’s race; on Hometown Radio Monday morning

  Longtime Rome educator Mike Buck says he’s asking for a recount in what now stands as a 724-vote loss to Richard Woods for the Republican nomination to be Georgia’s next schools superintendent. Buck, who’s currently the no. 2 official with the state schools department, lost to Woods by a 199,260-198,536 margin, or 50.09 percentRead more

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