Bartow County Tax Commissioner Steve Stewart is encouraging all new homeowners and anyone who has moved or had a name change regarding ownership to apply at the Tax Commissioner's Office for Homestead Exemption before the deadline.
Sunday, March 17, 2013
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Real estate available in Cartersville include homes with several bedrooms and bathrooms, game rooms and natural water features.
See the photos above for descriptions of the homes for sale, then click an address below for a direct link to complete information from AOL Real Estate or the broker.
Friday, December 14, 2012
Here are 10 ways to have fun and spread holiday cheer in Cartersville without breaking the bank.
This year’s holiday season can be special for you and your family regardless of your budget. Here are some fun tips for creating new holiday traditions while saving money. 1) Make your cards from recycled materials. Cards can be made from paper grocery bags, cereal boxes, used file folders and even last year’s holiday cards. Feature your family’s artwork and use recycled wrapping paper or paper from catalogs and magazines for backgrounds. A great resource for making cards from recycled materials is "Creative Correspondence" by Michael and Judy Jacobs, available on Amazon.com. 2) Have fun together and create a festive decoration by making a gingerbread house. You can bake the gingerbread yourself and use royal icing to construct the …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Need a quick holiday cookie recipe? Make one of these for your parties this season.
One of the most important holiday questions to ask yourself is: What kind of cookies will you be baking for your get-togethers this season? Not into baking? Agan's Bakery in downtown Cartersville offers great, festive cookies and other sweet treats all year, such as macaroons. Although the Christmas cookies are coming, according to an Agan's Facebook post today, its most popular cookie is the Chocolate Drop. From sweet to savory, holiday cookies come in all shapes and sizes. And what’s better than to top off a tray of cookies than a glass of homemade eggnog? Check out the recipes below and myrecipes.com to learn how to host a successful cookie swap and view more holiday cookie recipes. Eggnog In a saucepan over low heat combine milk, …
Monday, December 10, 2012
Capturing holiday lights on your camera can be a challenge. Get some tips. Photograph your lights. You could win $100,000.
We put up holiday lights to see how pretty they look when it gets dark. You want to capture those lights on your camera, but getting those lights to look right in your pictures can be more of a challenge than you bargained for. Professional photographers have lot of experience and cameras with all sorts of settings that most of us wouldn’t know what to do with. Here are three tips for the amateur photographers out there: Use these tips to take a photograph of your holiday lights. Post the picture to Cartersville Patch’s Deck the Halls contest page and you could win $100,000 for your school district. Want to get more technical than that? Here are some other resources for taking holiday photographs.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Looking for an old friend turned dangerous Monday for two men and a woman on Akin Road in Cartersville.
A local woman said she was robbed at gunpoint Monday night when she knocked on an old friend's door in Cartersville. About 9:30, the woman and her companion, both 27, knocked on the door of the Akin Road home and reported hearing a man say, "Put that [expletive] up," and "Who is it?," according to the Bartow County Sheriff's Office report. The man who answered the door said the friend no longer lived there and produced a gun, demanding the victim empty her pockets. She handed over $100 and said the man threatened to shoot her if the couple didn't leave. The companion said he emptied his pockets, too, and a third person said he saw the incident from the couple's car. Deputies got no answer when they knocked on the door about 20 minutes …
Bring your cameras for the event Saturday, Dec. 8, from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville.
Booth Western Art Museum is offering photographs with Cowboy Santa this Saturday, Dec. 8. Held in the holiday-adorned Booth Store, children will have their pictures taken with Cowboy Santa and Mrs. Claus. In conjunction with Cowboy Santa, an ornament decorating activity will be ongoing in the Booth Sculpture Court, and a 10 percent discount will be offered in the Booth Store throughout the day. Members and guests are encouraged to bring their own cameras for photographs with Cowboy Santa and Mrs. Claus in the Booth Store from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. From 10:30 a.m. to noon, children can make their own holiday ornament in the Booth Sculpture Court. Continue the fun by checking out a Saddle Bag or picking up a Native Hands Guide to enjoy …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
How to pick out the best tree for your home, preference and price point.
There are plenty of places in Cartersville to pick out this year's Christmas tree, including: Pre-cut and Packaged Buy pre-cut and packaged Christmas trees at local stores, including Kroger, Walmart, Home Depot and Lowe's or at stands, such as the one at Pettit Creek Farms, which also offers a Christmas lights show, live nativity and more. Pick and/or Cut Your Own We know of two local Christmas tree farms, where you can either pick and cut your own tree or just pick out a tree and have it cut for you. They are: • Noel Forest Christmas Tree Farm, which is located on Highway 20 near Interstate 75 between Cracker Barrel and the Shell station. Call 404-966-3599 for more information. • Young Road Christmas Tree Farm at 139 Young Road in …
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Real estate available in and around Cartersville include several houses with cozy rooms for winter and holiday gatherings.
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Sunday, November 18, 2012
Agents and employees in Cartersville gathered up their arts and crafts supplies and carving tools to decorated a pumpkin for a good cause.