Monday, May 6, 2013
With a 20 percent chance of showers Tuesday, mostly sunny skies on tap in Cartersville.
After a weekend filled with flood warnings and event cancellations, Cartersville will start to see some relief from the rain on Tuesday, with mostly sunny skies predicted to move in on Wednesday. According to the National Weather Service's Cartersville forecast, showers are likely to continue Monday, with a high near 61. New rainfall amounts will total a 10th to 1/4th inch, with amounts higher in thunderstorms. A flood warning continues as continued rain will exacerbate high rivers and creeks. A hazardous weather outlook continues for North and Central Georgia, including Cartersville, Monday and Monday night as rain will continue into Tuesday. Tuesday will be mostly sunny, with a 20 percent chance of rain and a high of 69. Things get …
Saturday, May 4, 2013
BBB offers tips on finding safe, rewarding camps for children.
Its time to start looking for the right summer camp for your child and the process can be overwhelming. To help you get started, Cartersville Patch can help you locate a great camp or announce your own camp in the area. Browse our Events Calendar and Announcements sections for camp information. Know of a camp that needs to be listed on Patch? You can upload it here for free. Meanwhile, the Better Business Bureau offers the following tips for parents searching for camps: 1. Always visit the camp before submitting a deposit. Check its location and view the living, eating and recreational facilities. Ask about safey procedures (particularly for water activities, archery and out-of-camp trips), and assess the quality and commitment of the …
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Observance to be held on Thursday.
Cartersville will mark the National Day of Prayer this Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. at the Bartow County Courthouse, 135 W. Cherokee Ave. Ministers will gather at the annex (the old Cartersville First Baptist Church) to gather in prayer at 11 a.m., while the noon service will focus on community leaders. In addition to prayer, the service will include a color guard, choir and drum corps. National Day of Prayer is an annual service held on the first Thursday of May. The occasion invites all faiths to participate, and was created in 1952 by a U.S. Congress joint resolution signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.
Friday, March 22, 2013
More than a dozen friends and colleagues of actor and musician Benji Wilhoite, a Cartersville native who died suddenly at the age of 41, will honor his memory by performing Wilhoite's original music at this free concert.
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Monday, February 11, 2013
Tell us some great spots to mark the day in our town!
Valentine's Day 2013 is fast approaching, and we want you to share where in Cartersville you would like to celebrate the day. Is it one of Cartersville Patch's Readers Choice winners like Armando's Italian Restaurant, Gondolier Pizza or Okinawa? Do local favorites Appalachian Grill or Antonino's Italian Grotto make your list? Do you have other suggestions or know of some great Valentine's Day specials in Cartersville?
Sunday, February 10, 2013
Our weekly list of health-and-safety-check results includes Cartersville restaurants and lodging facilities inspected from Feb. 2 to Feb. 8.
Bartow County Environmental Health conducts inspections of local establishments to give patrons a snapshot of the operations of the businesses. Its goal is to provide consumers information to help protect themselves from the risk factors linked to illness and injury. Items on inspection lists have point values ranging from 1 to 9 points and are deducted from a best possible score of 100. Higher points are deducted for items with higher risks to cause illness. Repeat violations also cost establishments more points. Cartersville restaurants, eateries, food stores and boarding facilities inspected during the last week were: BOOTH WESTERN ART MUSEUM—100-A View Last inspection Last 5 Inspections HAMILTON CROSSING SCHOOL—97-A View Last …
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Our weekly list of health-and-safety-check results includes Cartersville restaurants and lodging facilities inspected from Jan. 26 to Feb. 1.
Bartow County Environmental Health conducts inspections of local establishments to give patrons a snapshot of the operations of the businesses. Its goal is to provide consumers information to help protect themselves from the risk factors linked to illness and injury. Items on inspection lists have point values ranging from 1 to 9 points and are deducted from a best possible score of 100. Higher points are deducted for items with higher risks to cause illness. Repeat violations also cost establishments more points. Cartersville restaurants, eateries, food stores and boarding facilities inspected during the last week were: BURGER KING (Cass White Road)—93-A View Last inspection Last 5 Inspections CARTERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL—100-A View …
Monday, February 13, 2012
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Monday, February 13, 2012
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Friday, August 12, 2011
The donation will help fund the Bartow History Museum's educational programs.
Representatives of the Century Bank of Georgia in Cartersville presented the Bartow History Museum with a check for $5,000 to support the museum's efforts Wednesday morning. “We are very appreciative of the community-mindedness of Century Bank of Georgia and that they are supporting us in this way,” museum Executive Director Trey Gaines said in a news release. “The donation will allow us to expand our exhibitions and future program offerings.” Said Century Bank Chief Executive Officer Rick Drews: “As Cartersville’s only community bank, we find it extremely important to support Bartow County and the organizations like Bartow History Museum that help ensure that the rich history of this community is never forgotten.”