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Testing the waters
When teachers and students scan the calendar for the 2014-2015 academic year, they won’t find Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT) or other annual exams of which they’re accustomed.
Perdue rallies supporters ahead of runoff
David Perdue says Republican voters face a clear choice in next Tuesday’s runoff for the party’s nomination for U.S. Senate.
Beaulieu to build international headquarters in Cartersville
A Belgium floorcovering manufacturer plans to build its U.S. headquarters in northwest Georgia.
Whitfield board approves new Civil War markers
When completed the Civil War Heritage Trails Atlanta Campaign trail and March to the Sea trail will stretch from Trenton to Savannah with interpretive markers highlighting some of its most important places.
- Agendas for tonight's Dalton Board of Education meetings
- Agendas for tonight's Whitfield Board of Education meetings
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Georgia ranks in middle in new corruption study
Georgia doesn’t rank among the most corrupt states in the nation, according to a recent study. But it doesn’t rank among the least corrupt either.
Georgia ranks as the 31st least corrupt state in America, according to a study in the May/June issue of Public Administration Review.
Expect night ramp closures on I-75 South at exit 336 in Whitfield County
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is advising motorists on I-75 in Whitfield County of night lane and ramp closures, scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dalton State remains one of the most affordable colleges in the nation
Dalton State College continues to be one of the most affordable four-year colleges in the nation, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
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