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Season tickets available for The Grand's entertainment series
Tickets currently are available for the Century Bank Entertainment Series at The Grand Theatre. The series will kick off at 7 p.m. Nov. 12 with "Country Royalty -- The Music of Hank Williams and Pa...
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River monitoring reaches first milestone
Six months of data finds pollution correlation
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Toddler Time

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Chattahoochee Tech introduces technician program
Chattahoochee Technical College's Department of Community and Economic Development will begin its Certified Production Technician Training Program this November. The college is currently the only c...
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Thanksgiving offerings appeal for public support
While their Thanksgiving menus may be finalized, members of New Frontier of Bartow County Inc. and Feed My Sheep Ministries still are seeking monetary and volunteer support for their charitable off...
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Kingston mayoral candidates prepare for November
Kingston city residents will go to the polls in November to cast their vote in the election of the city's next mayor. Three mayoral candidates will grace the ballot next month along with candidates...
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CTC Job Fair
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Vehicles' windows smashed at area park
Four vehicles had their windows broken and items stolen Sunday afternoon at Dellinger Park. According to the Cartersville police reports, between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. a suspect broke a passenger-side...
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County schools undergo bullying workshop
Bartow County school counselors and administrators met at the old Cass High School cafeteria Thursday and Friday to engage in a bullying workshop sponsored by the Shaw Foundation and conducted by a...
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Dive search ends for Oct. 15 Lake Allatoona drowning victim
Bartow County officials have ended the underwater search for a 68-year-old Indiana man who drowned Oct. 15 at Red Top Mountain State Park's Park Marina. Bartow County Fire Department said the Emerg...
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CMC offers discounted mammograms during Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In order to encourage all women to take proactive steps to care for themselves and preserve their health, The Women's Center at Cartersville Medical Center is offering all mammograms -- including d...
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Health department issues food inspection report
The following food service inspections were issued by the Bartow County Health Department from Oct. 9 to 22: * Alisha's Kitchen (Mobile Unit), 16 Rock Crest Circle S.E. in Cartersville, inspected O...
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Solutions Summit seeks suggestions
Legislators representing Bartow County met with State Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers Monday night to hear from constituents about matters affecting them and their families. State Sen. Barry Lou...
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Advocates for Children receives recreation grant from Atlanta Braves Foundation
To help Advocates for Children support the recreational endeavors of its Flowering Branch Children's Shelter residents, the Cartersville nonprofit recently received a grant from the Atlanta Braves ...
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Emerson hears, approves rezoning
By Jessica Loeding jessica.loeding@daily-tribune.com Emerson City Council on Monday approved the rezoning of 56 acres and heard a first reading for a zoning map amendment for a portion of the LakeP...
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