Cobb school board approves $1B budget: Employees t...
by Philip Clements
12:24 AM, Friday, May 29
MARIETTA — The Cobb school board on Thursday unanimously adopted Superintendent Chris Ragsdale’s $1 billion budget, which includes a 4 percent raise for all employees, funding for at least 100 new teachers and no furlough days or tax hikes. The bo...

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Each year, the top two — or sometimes three — students in a high school’s graduating class are honored for their dedi...
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The Class of 2015: Marietta High graduates its second larg...
MARIETTA — Dressed in white and navy blue gowns, the graduating seniors of Marietta High School walked one by one acr...
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Cobb events salute veterans
Staff reports County residents will have the opportunity to celebrate Memorial Day in three of Cobb’s cities Monday. ...
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School system releases initial grad numbers
MARIETTA — Thousands of high school seniors walked across the stage and became graduates over the past week, with cel...
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School opens special needs playground
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While many seniors are leaving behind legacies of high test scores and scholarship awards when they graduate this wee...
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Monkey Joe’s rasies funds for cancer
Monkey Joe’s, a children’s entertainment center filled with indoor jumps, slides and obstacle courses, announced its ...
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Businesses team up to raise money for Special Olympics
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Making a splash: County debuts $3 million Wild Horse Creek...
Cobb residents have a new place to cool off this summer as the county debuted $3 million water park on Macedonia Road...
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Six Flags debuts new attractions
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Head of the class: Cobb schools starting new summer progra...
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Six Flags debuts new attractions
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Former Lockheed employees share stories of plant’s history
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