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Serving as Advocates for Children’s president and CEO since July 23, Rachel Castillo is excited to help fulfill the nonprofit’s vision for all youth to be “respected and loved, happy and … more
Referring to his congregation's new home as a "blessing from God," Lead Pastor James Griffin was delighted to celebrate Crosspoint City Church's grand opening Aug. 19."Opening the building for the … more
According to the Georgia Department of Labor, the state last month posted its lowest unemployment rate since July 2001 — 3.9 percent. The local job market fared even better, with GDOL … more
In the tech world, few theorems are as hallowed as Moore's law — the notion that every two years, the number of transistors manufacturers can fit into an integrated … more
An ongoing lawsuit against a Cartersville fitness center looks to be in limbo following a civil non-jury hearing in Bartow Superior Court Wednesday.Legal representation for both the plaintiffs … more
It was a solemn service at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Cartersville Thursday evening.The Holy Hour observance called for "reparation of the damage done by clergy in the … more
Kids Cook started in 2016 with one session a month, but that wasn't enough for the young chefs.  The Cartersville Public Library's cooking program for ages 8 to 12 has grown so much in … more
An official with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) has released new details on an officer-involved shooting that occurred at a truck stop in Emerson Thursday afternoon.GBI spokeswoman … more
With its next training session starting Tuesday, Bartow Court Appointed Special Advocates' representatives are actively seeking additional volunteers to take part in "putting children first." … more
History buffs who want to know details from an event that occurred in Adairsville in 1954 now have an easier way to retrieve the information. The Cartersville Public Library and The Daily … more
A teacher's need for books and a civic organization's mission to help children were the perfect ingredients for a project that was rewarding for both parties. During the BIG Project, the … more
Bartow County Administrator Peter R. Olson was one of 15 Georgians recently appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal to serve on the board of directors of the newly-created Georgia Emergency Communications … more
The Buford City Schools superintendent who was placed on administrative leave Tuesday for allegedly using racist language on two recorded conversations and allegedly discriminating against a black … more
A spokesperson for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation confirmed there was an officer-involved shooting Thursday evening at the Love’s truck stop off Interstate 75, exit 283 in Emerson. As of … more
Bartow's largest employer was recently named one of the top 50 companies to sell for by Selling Power, a magazine often considered the leading trade publication for sales managers and sales … more
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