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Rotary clubs create loop trail for The Pettit Preserve
Known for its serenity, The Pettit Environmental Preserve was bustling with activity Thursday as community leaders celebrated the opening of the site’s Rotary Loop Trail. Along with the Cartersvill...
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Bartow County projects win pair of GTIB grants
An improvement project for Cass-White Road and road construction in the Red Top Community Improvement District are among the projects that recently received funding from the Georgia Transportation ...
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Parents: System failed defendant in molestation case
* Editor’s note: Names have been changed to protect the identities of the parties involved. For more than four hours Friday, May 9, John and Jane Smith* talked to The Daily Tribune News about their...
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Glenn celebrates 104th birthday, remarks 'God is good'
Stating that “God is good,” Beulah Mae Corine Glenn sang a spirited rendition of her favorite hymn, “Amazing Grace,” on Wednesday. A resident of Maple Ridge Health Care Center in Cartersville, Glen...
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Cartersville DDA awards business leaders, members
More than 150 people packed into the Mellow Mushroom in Cartersville Friday night for a Downtown Development Association award ceremony and an exclusive sneak peak at the area’s newest restaurant. ...
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Police charge student in gun case
The 12-year-old Cartersville Middle School student who had a gun in his backpack at school on April 21 is charged with bringing a gun onto a school campus. No charges were filed against the school ...
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ATF announces reward for gang-related violence
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Atlanta Field Division on Friday announced a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the successful prosecution of persons involve...
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Hinesley admits error, defines future action
Cartersville police released an incident report on May 22 regarding a situation in which a 12-year-old Cartersville Middle School student brought a gun to school in his back pack on April 21. The g...
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$30,000 to $40,000 stolen from Bartow Health Access
Between December 2012 and December 2013 approximately $30,000 to $40,000 was stolen from Bartow Health Access. An audit revealed the theft, according to a report filed Tuesday with the Cartersville...
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Resident taken to CMC after house fire
A blaze that began in the kitchen of a Stoners Chapel Road residence Wednesday afternoon left the home heavily damaged and the occupant with smoke inhalation. According to reports, a disabled resid...
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Georgia Highlands offers new bachelor's degree
Georgia Highlands College introduced dental hygiene as the second bachelor’s degree program instituted by the college and approved by the Board of Regents within the past year. The new bridge progr...
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Noble Hill's Summer Heritage Program kicks off Wednesday
Through its Summer Heritage Program, Noble Hill-Wheeler Memorial Center will emphasize tolerance as youth explore China, Mexico and Africa next month. “We [present this program] to inform the kids....
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Officers tase man holding hammer
Cartersville police tased an “irate” man holding a hammer Tuesday night after he made suicidal threats. While en route to the Parr Wade Road residence, officers were told the suspect, later identif...
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Carson sworn in as new Adairsville mayor
Once the Adairsville City Council adopted results from the May 20 special election, Kenneth Carson Sr. became the city’s newest mayor. Taking his official seat during the Tuesday night called meeti...
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Equine-assisted therapeutic program garners smiles at The Cove Apartments
At 27 inches tall, Tess is proof that remarkable creatures sometimes come in small packages. As part of Greener Ways Inc., the miniature horse brought a multitude of smiles to the senior tenants of...
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