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It looks as if Cartersville High School’s efforts to cultivate some home-grown educators are paying off.The Teaching as a Profession program, which began during the 2018-19 school year, celebrated … more
Cartersville City school board members have a number of items to consider, including the fiscal year 2022 tentative budget and several bids, and a lot of people to recognize Monday night.At the … more
An interim president has been named to take over at Georgia Highlands College when the current president steps down this summer.University System of Georgia Chancellor Steve Wrigley has appointed Dr. … more
As “Little Women: The Broadway Musical” takes the stage tonight, Pumphouse Players' officials are delighted to welcome back live performances to The Legion Theatre. The limited in-person offering … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor approved a grant application for the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) at a public meeting on Wednesday morning.“This is a $39,000 federal grant, … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Jeffrey A. Watkins accepted a negotiated plea in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday afternoon from a Cartersville man initially charged with rape.Prosecutors agreed to … more
Due to the inability to contract enough motor route carriers to ensure dependable home delivery, The Daily Tribune News is converting to USPS delivery effective Wednesday, May 19.“The decision to … more
Members of the Bartow County Planning Commission voted unanimously Monday evening to table a decision on a proposed subdivision off Adams Chapel Road until next month. Applicant Wayne Isaac … more
More than 10 years after his passing, Matthew Hill’s legacy of serving is still the standard-bearer for many Bartow residents. In recognition of the late educator, Love Travels Beyond Inc. is … more
After COVID-19 paused the Duck Dash in 2020, Matt Terry is delighted to see the Advocates for Children fundraiser return with a revamped look.“My ties to the Duck Dash run deep and actually, in … more
Carrying on the legacy of the nonprofit’s founder, Stephanie Bass and Dwight Holcomb are thrilled to see New Beginnings Food Outreach Inc. broaden its reach. After a six-year absence, the … more
As the president of Denim Marketing, Carol Morgan is busy with a bevy of projects. In addition to serving its clients, her Cartersville-based marketing company is associated with metro Atlanta’s … more
Documents obtained by The Daily Tribune News indicate Nashville-based HCA Healthcare has signed a binding agreement to sell Cartersville Medical Center (CMC) to Atlanta-based Piedmont Health Care, … more
The Pine Log community is throwing its support behind a brave little girl who’s battling bone cancer.Addaley Sutton, a fourth-grader at Pine Log Elementary School, was diagnosed with Ewing’s … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith heard arguments for several hours in Bartow Superior Court Wednesday, but she did not make a ruling on whether or not two homeowners associations had … more
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