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Those who love the programs at the Cartersville Public Library have a variety of options this month. Financial adviser Susan Simonton, owner of Simonton Financial Associates in Cartersville, will present a much-requested program on 25 Documents … more
The Cartersville High School literary team ended a seven-year absence from the region literary meet by going 12-for-12. The 16-member team made a strong comeback in the Georgia High School Association Region 7AAAA Literary Meet last month at … more
With the fifth annual Georgia Legal Food Frenzy quickly approaching, Erik Pirozzi is reaching out to the local legal community to partake in the competition. The Food Frenzy contest, which is a partnership between the Office of the Attorney General, … more
Referred to as an exemplary employee of The Daily Tribune News, Lawrence “Larry” Dale Williams is being remembered by his family and colleagues for his professionalism and friendly nature. The Cartersville resident, who was a carrier for the … more
With the Cartersville Farmer’s Market kicking off May 21, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority currently is accepting applications from prospective vendors. “Our fiscal year ended in July, so we still were getting a number of … more
Tamika Phillips didn’t let obstacles prevent her from achieving the career goals she set for herself. As a result of her determination, the executive director for adult education at Chattahoochee Technical College was named runner-up for … more
Two Cartersville men on trial for killing a Bartow County man last April have been convicted. A Bartow County jury found defendants Arrick Deandrae Camps and Bernard Mario Dixon guilty of felony murder in the shooting death of Robert Ashley Carr of … more
On Saturday, Bartow County Emergency Medical Services were called to Shaw plant No. 15 on Highway 411 regarding a man trapped in a machine. According to Bartow County EMS Pubilc Information Officer Brad Cothran, the man identified as 56-year-old … more
Generally regarded as a kid’s toy, the pinwheel currently is taking on a more poignant meaning as Advocates for Children observes Child Abuse Prevention Month. Blue pinwheels dotting the lawn of Sam Jones Memorial United Methodist Church’s Youth … more
Cobb Electric Membership Corp. employees do more in the community than just keep the lights on. In 1998, the electric cooperative chose Allatoona Elementary School to be its third Partner in Education and began a mentoring program there to give … more
Through Friday, Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter will accept surveys for the first Georgia Balance of State Homeless Veterans Registry. The Cartersville nonprofit is one of 25 partnering agencies that are assisting the Georgia Department of Community … more
Through its First-Time Camper Program, Georgia State Parks is encouraging more guests to experience the adventure of sleeping outdoors. Bartow residents, who have never camped in one of the state’s parks before, will not have to travel far to … more
The electricity in the air indicated that Thursday was no ordinary day at Clear Creek Elementary School. The reason for the excitement was a visit from Atlanta Falcons defensive end Vic Beasley to kick off the Cartersville school’s second … more
Students at Clear Creek Elementary School discovered last week that math and science can be fun and delicious. The Cartersville school marked its fifth annual Pi Day celebration Friday with hands-on science activities and demonstrations and all … more
Through “Memories of the Mansion: The Story of Georgia’s Governor’s Mansion,” readers will gain a glimpse into where eight first families have called home. “The impetus came from Mrs. Deal,” said Catherine Lewis, who coauthored the … more
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