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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
Members of the Emerson City Council voted June 13 to officially adopt the municipality’s 2023 fiscal year budget.“There’s minimal changes to it from the draft copy,” said Emerson City Manager … more
Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Rosemary Greene accepted a recommendation from prosecutors on June 14 and sentenced a Cartersville man to 20 years after he entered a negotiated plea of guilty to one … more
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