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BARTOW COUNTY NEWS

A traffic stop in Bartow County lead to an officer-involved shooting on Exit 293. Traffic is still slow moving from the incident. At last report, the violator was pronounced dead.
The 52,000-square foot building will be focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math areas of study and will have a full slate of classes starting in January.
Georgia Power has released information stating that they have restored power to 99% of customers affected by Hurrican Michael.
Investigators say the two people pictured scanned lower price tags in place of the actual tag on the items they took from the Cartersville Walmart.
The Paulding County Coroner has identified the pilot as Paul Deep of Middleburg, Florida, who died when his plane went down Saturday near the Bartow County Line.
Georgia Highlands College will host a Ribbon Cutting and Open House for the new Academic Building in Cartersville Tuesday from 4 PM to 6 PM.
Gas prices declined over the weekend and that trend should continue this week.
A plane flying from Gainesville Regional Airport in Florida to the Tom B. David Field in Calhoun crashed Saturday near the Paulding-Bartow County Line, killing the pilot.
One person has been pronounced dead after a small plane crash near the Bartow and Paulding county line.
Kurtis Harrison from Cartersville has been highlighted in the US Navy Helicopter Squadron in San Diego.
Weyland Billingsley of Bartow County and Julie Maloney of Cherokee County have been tapped to aid in administering Red Cross disaster services to those affected by the storm.
Man arrested for alleged strangulation in Bartow County.
The Bartow County Sheriff's Office has released the county's statics in Operation Watchful Eye III, a statewide residence check for sex offenders.
The Cartersville Police Department is looking for two men who reportedly stomped out the two sidewalk pothole lights located in front of 34 Main Street.
Preliminary forecasts call for impact in the Florida Panhandle, then a diagonal path of tropical wind and rain through Georgia, from Bainbridge to Augusta.