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Crowe Springs church set to rebuild five months after tornado
After months of agonizing wait, the Crowe Springs Baptist Church family and friends broke ground for the foundation of a new building Saturday morning. "In the storm, you see what's around you," As...
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Free grant writing workshop set for Wednesday
The current economic climate has taken a toll on individuals, businesses and organizations alike. Those trying to help others are now searching for new sources of funding and organizers hosting a w...
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Campaign emphasizes importance of Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites
In hopes of spurring volunteerism and visitation, Friends of Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites is organizing Save My State Parks Day on Saturday. Area residents will have ample opportunity to su...
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BARTOW BIO — Linda Bass: A lifetime of learning and serving
She can be seen walking oak-lined streets or on the square in historic downtown, either way Linda Bass is at home in Adairsville. Currently serving as director of the Downtown Development Authority...
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Sears shows interest in local Hometown store
Sears, Roebuck and Co. has served rural customers through its Authorized Hometown Store program since the early 1990s. As part of its strategy to provide more convenient shopping for customers, Sea...
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Foundation awards grants; fall deadline approaching
The Cartersville-Bartow Community Foundation recently announced $22,740 in grants was awarded to 11 nonprofit organizations and programs, targeting an array of causes throughout Bartow County. "Thi...
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Evidence seen locally of poverty rate increase
More Americans are now living in poverty than they have in the 52 years of record keeping by the U.S. Census Bureau. Although the percentage is 7.3 points lower than that of when the study began in...
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Cartersville processing center makes list of USPS sites under review
Faced with a massive nationwide infrastructure that is no longer financially sustainable, the U.S. Postal Service Thursday proposed sweeping changes designed to save the organization up to $3 billi...
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Splash Celebration set for Sunday
To highlight those blessed by the local church community's mission work, SPLASH Celebration will be presented Sunday evening. Starting at 6 p.m., SPLASH Celebration will be held at the Clarence Bro...
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Museum Day to offer free look at local venues Sept. 24
Two of Georgia Museum Inc.'s venues will join hundreds of cultural sites next week for the seventh annual Museum Day. On Sept. 24, the participating venues, which will include Cartersville's Booth ...
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Cartersville Medical lands on list of top performing hospitals
"Honored" is the reaction heard from officials at Cartersville Medical Center after being named to the Joint Commission's inaugural list of top performing hospitals across the nation. The Joint Com...
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Local schools celebrate grandparents
While the nation reflected this week on 9/11, schools across Bartow County also recognized Sunday as National Grandparents Day, giving grandparents opportunities to visit their grandchildren at sch...
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Weathering the storm: War changed life for former Marine, U.S. military
When Daniel Weathers left for Parris Island, S.C., in July 2001, his future as a United States Marine was one of any 18-year-old’s dreams — foreign ports, women, alcohol. But Sept. 11 changed that ...
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Come Rain or Shine
Photo by SKIP BUTLER, The Daily Tribune News
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'Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming' to open Friday at The Grand Theatre
Through "Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming," theater patrons will be able to revisit Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church and catch up with the happenings of the Sanders Family Singers. Penned by Connie Ray,...
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