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Governor’s race starts to heat up after verdict
Former Dalton mayor David Pennington said Friday that if he’s going to beat Gov. Nathan Deal in the May 20 Republican primary, “We’re going to have to have a little help from Nathan.”
Strut Your Mutt coming up
The Humane Society of Northwest Georgia extends an invitation to “Strut Your Mutt” on Sunday, April 27, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Dalton Green.
Restaurant report card — Whitfield County
Restaurant reports from the Whitfield County Health Department
Dalton-Whitfield celebrates national Week of the Young Child
The Dalton-Whitfield First Five Coalition asks the Dalton-Whitfield community to come together for children during the Week of the Young Child. As part of the national Week of the Young Child celebrated across the country today through April 12, the Dalton-Whitfield community is honoring young children and all those who make a difference in children’s lives.
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Graffiti hits Prater’s Mill, nearby bridge
Ronald Tavares was appalled when he discovered someone had painted graffiti in several locations at Prater’s Mill, the landmark near Varnell that is on the National Register of Historic Places.
‘They’re going to pay it all’
Three men accused of damaging at least 50 windows of area businesses during a joyride last July have raised approximately $30,000 collectively to help pay for repair costs, according to an attorney for one of the men.
Lt. Azbill named Whitfield County Employee of Month for February
A 15-year veteran with the Whitfield County Fire Department was named the county’s Employee of the Month for February.
‘The community has lost one of its finest citizens’
The hallway in James Spence Higgins Jr.’s apartment is lined with hundreds of photos. Some show a young Eagle Scout. Others show an actor in numerous performances at the Dalton Little Theatre. Many show him with his family.
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