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For Chad Cone, a lifelong interest in ham radio is finally taking to the airwaves. After passing a necessary test in September 2021, the Adairsville resident started communicating from his amateur … more
Gearing up to assist around 2,500 students, Supplies 4 Success is holding sign-ups through the second week of July. Previously known as Bartow Give a Kid a Chance, the offering provides youth in need … more
City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart presented data from April at a public meeting on June 16. As for the local government’s general fund, Rhinehart told members of the Cartersville … more
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted June 16 to adopt the local government’s fiscal year 2023 budget.The balanced budget comes in about $22 million larger than in FY ’22, representing a … more
Referred to as a proven leader, Billy Henson is thrilled to serve as Bartow County School System’s campus police chief starting July 1. The Rydal resident, who has served as the campus school … more
Members of the Emerson City Council spent the bulk of a public meeting on June 13 discussing a possible moratorium on multifamily developments within the municipality.“Multifamily includes … more
Members of the Cartersville-Bartow Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) discussed a deluge of major transportation projects throughout the community at a June 15 meeting.“Locally, we are moving … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Rosemary Greene denied a motion to reduce bond for a Cartersville man facing charges of aggravated assault and aggravated battery on June 14.Bartow County Sheriff’s … more
Cartersville Fire Department personnel weren’t just battling a fire at an incident off Highway 113 on June 15.They were also battling the weather.“There were no civilian injuries, there were four … more
Described as a “servant leader,” Doug Belisle will officially take the reins of the Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter Aug. 1. The Cartersville resident will succeed Jessica Mitcham, who started her … more
The Cartersville School Board unanimously approved the fiscal year 2023 consolidated budget of $117.3 million June 13. The vote was taken during the business meeting, immediately following the second … more
Unlike many fathers of the groom, Dr. Phillip Page experienced his son’s wedding from a unique vantage point, at the very front of the ceremony. At the request of his younger child and his … more
As June’s temperatures continue to soar, Sarah Burnett and her family are embarking on a wide array of cool adventures, courtesy of the Cartersville Public Library. Three of Burnett’s four … more
A longtime employee of Cartersville Newspapers who has successfully navigated her way through multiple departments has been named general manager of the 75-year-old Daily Tribune News and its sister … more
As one of the founders of Black Bartow Events, Trey Benham is delighted to see various Juneteenth-related festivities taking shape in Cartersville.“Cartersville has celebrated Juneteenth for … more
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