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With Georgia Department of Transportation awarding 38 contracts across the state Aug. 5, two projects in Bartow County will receive funding and tentatively be complete by May 2018. “Bartow County claimed nearly $7 million out of ... the Georgia … more
Charged with memorizing more than 600 lines in less than two weeks, Will Brooks is thrilled to be portraying Jack in The Pumphouse Players’ production of “Dead Accounts.” Opening Friday at 8 p.m., the adult comedy will be presented at The … more
In a year filled with political voting, the Georgia State Patrol is asking residents for a different kind of vote. GSP is participating in this year’s Best Looking Cruiser contest, conducted by the American Association of State Troopers, for a … more
A Woodland High School student was taken into custody Friday morning for allegedly bringing a gun to school. Bartow County School District spokeswoman Cheree Dye said a student “did bring a firearm” into the school on Old Alabama Road in … more
After conducting the mandatory three public hearings, the Adairsville City Council voted unanimously to reduce the city’s millage rate by 2.63 percent from 3.631 to 3.4 mills Thursday. “We are going to continue to work toward the goal of … more
Calling the affiliate “an essential partner,” Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter Executive Director Jessica Mitcham is grateful for the continued support of the Community Foundation of Northwest Georgia’s Cartersville-Bartow Community … more
While the second annual Latino Health Fair is nearly two months away, Ginger Tyra already is looking forward to Cartersville Medical Center being a repeat vendor. “It’s important for all individuals in our community — regardless of language … more
A tiny manikin is helping nursing students at Chattahoochee Technical College learn how to properly care for premature babies. Premature Anne, which was developed by Laerdal in collaboration with the American Academy of Pediatrics, is a … more
Fall festival time is just around the corner, and the Friends of the Library is looking for vendors for its Indoor Arts and Craft Fair. The annual event, which is a fundraiser for the Bartow County Library System, is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. … more
JEFF GAMMONS/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS11th District Representative Barry Loudermilk, pictured above, talks to attendees at a visit Wednesday to Georgia Highlands Medical Services in Cartersville. Right, Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini signs a new … more
On Aug. 20, The Pettit Environmental Preserve’s quarterly education outreach will take flight with its Monarch Mania program. “Nature is a big subject, and there is so much we can learn to benefit both ourselves and the environment,” … more
Kicking off Sept. 7, Adult Social-Ballroom Dance classes will take center stage at the Goodyear Clubhouse, 3 Goodyear Ave. in Cartersville. Presented by Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department, the offering spotlighting the nightclub slow dance … more
Following the first of three public hearings regarding a reduction of the city millage rate from 3.631 to 3.4 mills, the Adairsville City Council began its monthly work session Tuesday. City Manager Pam Madison told the council that the city … more
For the fourth time in less than two months, authorities have recovered the body of a drowning victim from the Bartow County waters of Lake Allatoona. On Wednesday afternoon, at approximately 12:45, deputies and investigators with the Bartow … more
A Bartow County woman and her newborn are resting comfortably at Cartersville Medical Center after the baby was delivered in the parking lot of a local McDonald's restaurant in the overnight hours between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. At 2 … more
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