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Man arrested after victim records threats on phone
A Bartow County Sheriff’s deputy was called to a Rolling Hills Drive residence after James Stephens allegedly threatened members of the home located at the address. While en route to the address, t...
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@White=[C] Vendors, organizers looking forward to 2014 Bridal Expo
@White=[C] With the 2014 Northwest Georgia Bridal Expo a little more than two months away, vendors and organizers are anticipating another successful showcase of local businesses and upcoming weddi...
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Pine Log UMC lights up season Sunday
Like a scene from a movie, Pine Log United Methodist Church’s congregation found the perfect Christmas tree. When member Dee Ray began looking for a suitable tree for the church’s first-ever outdoo...
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Magnolia Gardens tenants struggle against new management
Tenants of Magnolia Gardens Apartments on Leake Street in Cartersville are alleging a new management company is attempting to illegally run them out of their homes. Marti Vadeboncoeur, who is actin...
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Christmas on the Square to be held Dec. 7
As the city of Adairsville gears up for its annual Christmas on the Square event to be held Saturday, Dec. 7, from 4:30 to 8 p.m., spots are still available for the crowd-pleasing parade. “There’s ...
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'I'll Be Home for Christmas' opens Dec. 6 at The Legion Theatre
With World War II looming, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” highlights a 1940s family preparing for the holidays. Describing its story as “uplifting,” Stacey Bern is excited to bring the musical to the...
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@White=[C] Euharlee kicks of holiday season with Festival of Trees, parade
@White=[C] As families revisit their favorite Thanksgiving recipes, the residents of Euharlee are preparing to usher in Bartow’s holiday season with the 11th annual Festival of Trees. Through the e...
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Cass High pitcher raises donation for homeless shelter
By Jessica Loeding jessica.loeding@daily-tribune.com When Cass High School’s baseball program began its fundraiser, Chris Hill took selling fruit a step further. The junior pitcher decided to sell ...
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Salvation Army seeks bell ringers for Red Kettle campaign
As the holiday season draws near, The Salvation Army’s Cartersville Corps is recruiting volunteers for its Red Kettle campaign that will begin Wednesday, Nov. 27. With bell ringers to man seven ket...
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@White=[C] Participants sought for Cartersville's Christmas parade, Jingle Jog
@White=[C] Runners and parade entrants are being recruited by a pair of organizations to help prevent child abuse and kick off Cartersville’s holiday season Dec. 5. At 4 p.m., participants will dre...
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Defendant to take stand in murder trial
As testimony wrapped up on the third day of Herbert Drews’ trial, the man accused of stabbing his former roommate confirmed he would take the stand. Drews, who will testify today, is charged with e...
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@White=[C] Hightower pleads guilty in stabbing murder
@White=[C] In a hearing before Bartow County Superior Court Judge Scott Smith on Tuesday morning, Deandre Davoughin Hightower pleaded guilty in the 2012 murder of Candice Louise Piper. Hightower wa...
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GBI investigating 'excessive force' incident by police
Two weeks after authorities arrested Michael West at his Emerson business, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday began conducting an investigation into allegations of excessive force by po...
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@Obit Header:Ruth Ann Freeman
Ms. Ruth Ann Freeman, 59, of 59 Old Mill Road, Cartersville, died Tuesday, Nov., 26, 2013. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced at a later date by Mack Eppinger & Sons Funeral ...
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Euharlee's road repair costs soar
By Neil B. McGahee neil.mcgahee@daily-tribune.com At a called meeting Tuesday, the Euharlee City Council learned that repairs currently underway on Euharlee Five Forks Road needed additional work t...
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