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In preparation for the Adairsville City Council’s Thursday night meeting, the council met for a work session Tuesday. The Adairsville City Council will hold a regular meeting Thursday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. at city hall. more
Awards and proclamations were the rule of the day at Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor’s public meeting Wednesday. State Rep. Paul Battles, whose district includes Bartow County, was presented the 2016 Legislative Service Award by the … more
Randy Parker/The Daily Tribune NewsNancy and Luis Velez talk with a vendor about decorative items being sold. more
Former White Police Chief David King and police officer Blake Scheff have new jobs with the city after being placed on paid administrative leave in January. King, 58, and Scheff, 26, were arrested March 2, by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation … more
Cartersville school board members are ready to get moving on renovating the front entrance of the primary school. The board voted 7-0 Monday night to approve the preliminary plans from KRH Architects in Dalton for the lobby and front-office … more
For his Eagle Scout project, Kyle Rhodeback wanted to give back to a facility that has given so much to him. From the end of June until the end of August, the Cartersville High sophomore conducted a used-book drive to collect books to raise money … more
Attending the fall staple since she was a child, Jennifer Wiggins Matthews is now working behind the scenes of the Arts Festival at Rose Lawn, serving as a committee member. “I am estimating that I have attended since its inception,” Matthews … more
Described as “positive role models for all children,” the Morgan brothers will serve as grand marshals for the 61st annual Kiddie Day Parade on Saturday. Organized by the Kiwanis Club of Cartersville, the event provides youth up to fifth … more
From lawn furniture to animal skulls, The Great Lake Allatoona Clean Up continues to garner a wide array of discarded items. To be presented by the Lake Allatoona Association, the Sept. 24 effort is expected to draw about 2,750 volunteers from … more
Cloverleaf Elementary School remembered 9/11 by showing its love, appreciation and respect for local first responders. The 750 students at the Cartersville school participated in the third Freedom Walk Monday morning to honor those who put their … more
Chattahoochee Technical College wants its students to have as much information as possible when they begin exploring their future educational options. To that end, CTC’s career services will host the Fall 2016 College Fair Thursday from 11 a.m. … more
The Booth Western Art Museum took center stage at the Southeast Tourism Society’s Shining Example Awards, winning a pair of accolades Thursday. Along the museum’s director of marketing, Tom Shinall, capturing the Rising Star Award, the Booth … more
A police officer killed in the line of duty over the weekend had deep roots in Cartersville, according to those who knew him. Officer Tim Brackeen, of the Shelby (N.C.) Police Department was shot multiple times in the chest while serving a … more
In the name of charity, the Cartersville Service League’s Rummage Sale will provide quality items and unique finds at reduced prices Sept. 15 to 17. “CSL was founded in 1941,” said Tonya Lutjens, who is co-chairing the event with Veronica … more
Greg Ford finally got the chance to work closer to home last year. Ford has lived in Cartersville for the past nine years and had been commuting daily to Atlanta, where he worked at Morehouse School of Medicine and was a faculty member at … more
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