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High schoolers’ alternative spring break
For Jake Andersen, a junior, and a number of other Cartersville High School students, this week’s spring break meant more than an opportunity for fun in the sun and sleeping in — it meant an opport...
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'Happy Days' to open at The Grand Theatre
A new generation will be introduced to the adventures of the Cunningham family and Arthur "The Fonz" Fonzarelli as Allstars Community Theatre Inc. brings "Happy Days: A New Musical" to the Cartersv...
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New spa brings specialized treatment for patients in need
Nearly 10 years ago, Brooke Hodge happened into the field of massage therapy by chance. Now, she has brought years of experience and a passion for helping others to Cartersville with her own busine...
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Cleaning up Bartow: Solid Waste fights furloughs, maintains safe environment
* Editor’s Note: This is part of an ongoing series that will look at Bartow County’s budget by department. Litter pick-up crews may be seen more frequently as clear skies allow them to retrieve tra...
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Frozen yogurt heats up in Cartersville
Third fro-yo eatery to open this month
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Cherokee Retreat Center nets 2012 Green Leaf Seal
In recognition of its environmental stewardship, the Cherokee Retreat Center recently received the Green Leaf Seal for the second year in a row. "Presbyterian camp and conference centers are the pe...
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Deputy fires, strikes man
A Bartow County Sheriff's Office deputy was involved in a shooting Wednesday night on Hall Station Road. According to reports, the officer fired, striking the 30-year-old male suspect in the left b...
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Bartow observes National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Usually thought of as child's play, pinwheels are taking on a new significance this month on the landscape of NorthSide Bank. With each pinwheel representing one of Bartow County's nearly 900 repor...
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Leadership programs get a dose of local medical resources
Applications now open for 2012-2013 leadership programs
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Legislature shifts focus to education in annual session
The Georgia Legislature last week finished its annual session, with the House and Senate approving a number of education items that focus on areas ranging from home schooling and online education t...
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Search warrants net cocaine, marijuana in Adairsville bust
Adairsville streets are beginning to be cleared of illegal drugs as the city's police department continues investigations. Wednesday, three people were arrested after search warrants were executed ...
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Adairsville civic leadership finds first retreat productive, effective
Adairsville staff and city council members recently attended the city’s first retreat of its kind for a visioning and planning session. The March 24 event was designed to produce goals and objectiv...
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Atlanta Steeplechase races into town April 14
With the 47th annual Atlanta Steeplechase less than two weeks away, Ellen Archer -- executive director for the Cartersville-Bartow County Convention & Visitors Bureau -- is delighted to help introd...
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Adairsville civic leadership finds first retreat productive, effective
By Matt Shinall matt.shinall@daily-tribune.com Adairsville staff and city council members recently attended the city's first retreat of its kind for a visioning and planning session. The March 24 e...
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Llamas at the library
The Emmie Nelson Library in Euharlee beginning at 6 tonight will feature some special guests that aren't regular patrons or instructors for library programs -- several local llamas. "Basically we h...
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