Councilman forced out of discussions about changes...
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Thursday, July 31
MARIETTA — Without much discussion, the City Council’s public works committee breezed through a vote allowing city employees to start planning changes to Marietta Square. The committee voted 2-0-1 on Wednesday, with Councilman Philip Goldstein for...

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Enrollment now open at Georgia Connections Academy
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Byrne, Weatherford speak out on Cobb’s 1993 anti-gay resol...
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04:00 AM, Monday, July 21
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Runoff sees candidates’ highs, lows
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New principals of Cobb
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Power of Prayer: Interfaith prayer vigil takes to Franklin...
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Fair Oaks Park to get tennis center from ’11 SPLOST
Fair Oaks Park, located off Booth Road near South Cobb Drive in Marietta, will receive a new tennis center thanks to ...
04:00 AM, Monday, July 21
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Police investigating crash on Interstate 75 exit ramp
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Sandy Springs company may be offered a grant by Cobb Devel...
MARIETTA — The Development Authority of Cobb County will offer money to an unnamed business if it agrees to move to t...
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Down to the wire in local runoff election races
They’ve provided great political theater, but the curtain will drop on one Tuesday
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Election official: Interest pushes more Republicans to pol...
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Chairman backtracks on BRT plan
Lee, Commissioner Ott disagree on whether the project is on SPLOST list
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Looking at 100: Local man marks century with crowd of fami...
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Mayor unveils big plans for the Marietta Square
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Two Kennesaw students receive scholarships for graduate st...
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