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Describing the retooled event as a "digital celebration and art auction wrapped in a variety show," Seth Hopkins invites area residents to virtually attend the For the Love of Art 2021. Due to … more
Referred to as one of Bartow’s most revered historians, James Barry “J.B.” Tate is being remembered for his kind nature and thirst for knowledge. The Cartersville resident, who battled several … more
One-fourth of the participants in this year’s Cartersville Dances with the Stars will be raising funds for a group of people that’s very special to them.Four dancers — Bruce and Tracy Mulkey, … more
School and district officials took advantage of a chance to have lengthy discussions about several topics at the annual Cartersville City School System School Board Winter Retreat.  … more
Cartersville City Schools has instituted a new program designed to provide a safety net for students who are impacted by traumatic events.Canes and Cops Cares, a partnership formed between CCS and … more
Oshauna Finch knows she needs a lot of money for college so when an opportunity to possibly win a $10,000 scholarship presented itself, she couldn’t pass it up.The Cass High senior found out Jan. … more
Representatives from Amazon Logistics officially announced the opening of a new delivery station in southern Bartow County on Friday morning.The development will be constructed off Third Army Road in … more
Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) documents indicate Atlanta-based TPA Ventures, LLC filed a developments of regional impact (DRI) application last week for a major economic investment in … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge D. Scott Smith sided with Bartow County officials Wednesday morning, ruling that Commissioner Steve Taylor did not err when he denied a rezoning request for a proposed … more
The Bartow County Planning Commission has a stacked agenda for its next public meeting, including a pair of requests to rezone portions of a largely industrial-use area for potential residential … more
A newspaper veteran with nearly 35 years of editorial, advertising and managing experience, Jack McNeely has been tabbed to take the reins as publisher of The Daily Tribune News.McNeely has served … more
Shifting its focus from testing to vaccinating, the Bartow County Health Department is pivoting its resources to best fight COVID-19."The Bartow County Health Department has finite resources, … more
To David Ponder’s delight, a COVID-19-related GoFundMe account for his close friends Bill and April Cline is gaining local and statewide traction. Organized by Ponder, the page is striving to … more
Still proud members of the Bulldog family, Matt and Stephen Womack are delighted their business is receiving acclaim from the University of Georgia Alumni Association.Due to its growth from 2017 to … more
The basketball community took a significant loss Jan. 18 when former Kennesaw State and Dalton State national-championship winning coach Tony Ingle died from complications due to COVID-19.Ingle was a … more
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