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United Way celebrates ‘superheroes’ who contributed to $3.5M goal
It’s not as big as Metropolis and it doesn’t have as many problems as Gotham, but Dalton still needs its own “superheroes,” organizers with the United Way of Northwest Georgia say.
Qualifying off to busy start on opening day
Qualifying for the May 20 primaries got off to a busy start on Monday.
Pennington’s final meeting a mix of business and accolades
David Pennington joked that Monday night’s Dalton City Council meeting was “the second longest we’ve ever had.”
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- Agenda for tonight's Dalton City Council meeting
PUI or publicly drunk, or both? That is the question
Show of hands: How many of you know the difference between being publicly intoxicated and being a pedestrian under the influence?
Helping kids stay kids
For Robbie Slocumb, “society at large” has created a “culture” where everything in life is expected to come quick and easy.
Whitfield school board to decide makeup days tonight
Members of the Whitfield County Board of Education are expected to discuss and announce makeup days for the school system tonight, school officials said.
When he first ran for mayor of Dalton in 2007, David Pennington says he didn’t anticipate running for governor seven years later.
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