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The Emerson City Council voted unanimously to amend a zoning ordinance Monday allowing Tabitha Molina to establish the Stellar Reading Center, a tutoring center for dyslexic children and adults. In September, Molina, a certified dyslexia … more
“This is very encouraging news for Georgia as we work to eliminate HIV/AIDS in the state,” stated J. Patrick O’Neal, M.D., director of Health Protection for DPH, in a news release. “It also reinforces what we’ve said all along that linking … more
“I’m the son of John Lloyd Atkinson, who was the first African-American park superintendent in the state of Georgia,” he said. “My memories of this [park] are varied and numerous. “... This place has some beautiful memories for me. I … more
Brandon Bryson overcame an early deficit to win Tuesday’s runoff election for Chief Magistrate Judge. Early returns showed Bryson trailing Bobby Wilson, but he soon passed Wilson and never looked back, winning 65 percent of the vote (2,666) … more
Two students in Cartersville Schools Foundation’s first GateKey Scholars class are graduating from college this month. Mia Robinson and Ty Downer, both 22, were among the 16 students — five fifth-graders, 10 eighth-graders and one … more
Cartersville Medical Center CEO Chris Mosley spoke about several recent hospital developments at a Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce event in Adairsville on Thursday … more
Describing the experience as one of the highlights of her martial arts career, Sara Laterza was thrilled to compete in “Forged in Fire: Knife or Death.” Broadcasting on the History channel, the … more
The Cartersville City Council took action Thursday to correct an error that came down from Atlanta.In February, the Georgia General Assembly passed a law commonly known as the Brunch Bill, which gave … more
Christmas decorations are a fun holiday tradition, but a couple of Grinches recently spoiled the festive custom for some Cartersville residents. Two incidents of stolen Christmas decorations were reported to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office … more
After a three day trial, a Bartow County jury found Roy Verlion Ledford guilty Wednesday of two counts of aggravated child molestation, one count of aggravated sexual battery and five counts of child molestation. Ledford was accused of molesting a … more
According to a Georgia Department of Transportation press release, GDOT recently approved nearly $200,000 in Quick Response Program funding to construct a traffic signal at the intersection of State Route 61 and Shinall Road/Toyo Driveway in Bartow … more
With Food Truck Friday and an egg hunt on tap, the city of Euharlee will wrap up the week with a flurry of activities at Frankie Harris Park, 175 Covered Bridge Road. “I think this is an exciting time of the year for our residents,” said … more
Denson’s fight with the pipeline company was featured in Sunday’s Daily Tribune News. “They said they were going to begin laying pipe,” Denson said. “And I told them, ‘No you aren’t, this is my property, and I won’t let you come … more
When Jesse McClendon closed a long chapter of his life last week, it affected many, many more people than he ever imagined. The head custodian at Mission Road Elementary School retired Tuesday after working 43 years in the Bartow County School … more
Starting with intimate prayer gatherings May 2, four days of National Day of Prayer festivities culminated Thursday in a sea of unity. Regarded as one of the largest National Day of Prayer offerings in the Southeast, the noon event drew an estimated … more
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