The Gordon County Chamber of Commerce hosted a State of Industry Workforce Summit Thursday at the Calhoun Performing Arts Center, 520 Oothcalooga St., drawing business, education and healthcare leaders from across the area.
Hospitals treating more patients are bracing for even more, and in some parts of Georgia mask requirements are returning. The push for getting vaccinations also has increased with more workers facing mandatory shots.
The Gordon County Chamber of Commerce will present a State of Industry Workforce Summit Event on Thursday, July 29, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Calhoun Performing Arts Center, 520 Oothcalooga St., in downtown Calhoun.
Philip Beamer was recently presented a plaque marking his retirement after 30 years serving on the Calhoun-Gordon County Airport Authority. Beamer began his service in 1991.
Students in Calhoun, Gordon County and surrounding areas can receive free school supplies, clothes, shoes, haircuts and more during an upcoming back-to-school event.
The creators of Cartersville Comic Con and FarleyCon are once again bringing fandom fun to Gordon County with the return of the Calhoun Comic and Toy Expo on Saturday, Oct. 16.
This week marks a quarter century since one of the biggest events in Gordon County history took place, but it’s a day that stays fresh in the minds of a chosen few.
The Northwest Georgia Regional Commission has been asked to complete a Development of Regional Interest report for a proposed e-commerce and manufacturing park in Gordon County.
Discussion of a proposed 577 acre poultry operation on Evergreen Road was tabled by the Gordon County Planning and Zoning Commission at Monday night’s meeting.
DECATUR — The GBI is proud to announce that the Organization of Scientific Area Committees for Forensic Science has recognized the GBI Crime lab for implementing nationally recognized standards for its forensic laboratory system.
The following jurors are requested for criminal trial jury duty on Monday, July 12. All jurors are to refer to the jury summons they were mailed for their summons number.
Three area runners recently marked all 50 states off their marathon/half marathon lists. Calhoun’s George Southgate (left) just marked his third round of 50 state finishes. Rome’s Keon Lee (center) and Dr. Hunter Myers (right) also recently became 50 state finishers. Southgate has also reach…
A Bartow County framing company owner who federal prosecutors said amassed properties, high end cars and firearms by employing and harboring people who were in the country illegally, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court.