In the midst of violence in cities across the country, one group in Cartersville decided to take another path. They gathered on the steps of the old courthouse for a night of worship.
A Georgia WWII veteran is celebrating a major milestone this Sunday - his 100th birthday.
Police have charged the Cartersville man with over a dozen counts of possession of child pornography.
Allen Owens is among several congregation members who contracted COVID-19 at a Cartersville church in early March. He is back home with his wife Mary now, but worries people are not taking the deadly virus seriously as businesses prepare to reopen across the state.
Memorial ride for Cartersville man who was killed when a tree crashed into his home during violent storms
After police located the vehicle, they say the suspect refused to get out of the car, launching the hours-long standoff.
Hundreds gather to circle the Cartersville Medical Center in prayer
The family of a Floyd County woman who died of complications from the coronavirus is asking everyone to take the disease seriously.
Three other patients are still waiting for results from coronavirus testing, officials with the Cartersville Medical Center said.
A Floyd County man who has COVID-19 may have accidentally exposed others after originally being sent home from the hospital without being tested.
The fire was small but extremely dangerous. Police say a man set a backpack on fire and bullets were coming from the flames.
Police said the man wanted in connection to a deadly shooting at a motel in Cartersville on Tuesday night has been arrested.
People pack restaurant for fundraiser for fallen officer's family
Police are asking you to leave flowers, cards, and notes on the fallen officer's patrol car.
Police officer, military veteran, mom of 5 killed in wreck
"I guess something just snapped, and the patient just came down on him and hit him in the back of the neck," Turner described.
Police arrest two people accused of entering dozens of cars in recent months.
Police say the Cartersville man stole laptops, backpacks, phones, and more from cars in the city over months.
Police said 36-year-old Jordan Wynn Bryant told them the knives were going to be Christmas presents for his children.
Cartersville police said 27-year-old Paris Merritt, a supervisor in customer service at the Marketplace Kroger generous in handing out items she never purchased.