Through its inaugural Halloween Pub Crawl, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is presenting “boos and brews” in the heart of Cartersville.
The City of Cartersville Ethics Committee convened Friday afternoon for a called meeting.
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously last week to approve a $98,684 contract with ADS Environmental Services to provide one year of sewer flow monitoring services for the local water department.
The first reading of a proposed pub crawl ordinance inspired spirited discussion at Thursday evening’s Cartersville City Council meeting.
Members of the Cartersville Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to approve an adjustment to the design of a proposed downtown parking deck abutting Main Street and West Cherokee Avenue.
Seven elected officials from throughout Bartow County convened at the Frank Moore Administration and Judicial Center in Cartersville Wednesday morning to sign a proclamation celebrating National Recovery Month.
Members of the Cartersville City Council spent the bulk of Thursday evening’s public meeting mulling an annexation request to allow several lots within the Brook Ridge subdivision into the City’s jurisdiction.
While other municipalities are cancelling festivals and outdoor events en masse in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, City of Cartersville officials aired no objections to the Kiwanis Club of Cartersville's plans to hold its annual Kiddie Day Parade on Sept. 19.
Data presented by City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart last week indicates departmental revenues were down significantly for the month of June compared to last year’s financial figures.
An employee who has been a City of Cartersville mainstay for over 20 years was sworn in as the municipality’s newest city manager at a called council meeting on Thursday afternoon.