How Carterville’s Cass Street got its name

A.A. Cass Ancestors, Legends & Time How Carterville’s Cass Street got its name Amos Armstrong Cass, a well known Carterville forefather, was born Nov. 20, 1841, in Walker County, Ga. […]

The life of a Daily Sentinel paper boy

Ancestors, Legends & Time The life of a Daily Sentinel paper boy Jerry Meslin, from the Class of ’56, shared a memory with us. Let’s take a trip into the […]

Local lives sacrificed for our country

Ancestors, Legends & Time Local lives sacrificed for our country As Memorial Day approaches, we are often told stories of soldiers and their sacrifices. Some folks remember the big painted […]

If only the Newland Hotel had survived

The Newland Hotel, portions of which remain in a half block on Main Street south of Church Street. Ancestors, Legends & Time If only the Newland Hotel had survived Talking […]

Dr. Barnes held his license for a long time

The E.T. Webb Home, at Broadway and Liberty Street, was the residence and office of Dr. Jesse Barnes from 1945 to 1955. Ancestors, Legends & Time Dr. Barnes held his […]