Challenger Antron Johnson runs for ‘people’s campa...
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Monday, October 20
Antron Johnson believes lawmakers in the Georgia Senate are ignoring the people they should be serving, and he is on a mission to personally fix that. Johnson, a Democrat, is running against state Sen. Hunter Hill (R-Smyrna) to represent District ...

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Sewer overflow reported in Marietta Saturday
A wastewater manhole overflow, resulting in about 290 gallons discharging into a tributary of Sope Creek, occurred at...
12:20 AM, Wednesday, October 01
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Ellijay cattle rancher wrangles $150K in Marietta lottery win
Nalis Mooney Jr., 73, a cattle rancher from Ellijay matched all five numbers from the Sept. 17 Fantasy 5 drawing, win...
12:18 AM, Wednesday, October 01
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Closing arguments begin in loud music killing case
UPDATE: Closing arguments have begun in the first-degree murder case of a man who fatally shot a Marietta teenager af...
02:45 PM, Tuesday, September 30
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Marietta Board of Education OKs $11.3M for Northcutt Stadi...
MARIETTA — The Marietta Board of Education agreed to spend about $11.3 million to renovate Marietta High School’s Nor...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, September 30
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KSU goes smoke-free; students unhappy
KENNESAW — The days of Kennesaw State students smoking on campus are numbered, and that number is one. Starting Wedne...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, September 30
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Cobb Board of Commission member Cupid removes SPLOST oppos...
MARIETTA — With a little more than two months remaining before county voters decide whether to extend a 1 percent spe...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, September 30
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Prosecution rests in loud music killing case
UPDATE: Prosecutors have rested in the first-degree murder retrial of a white Florida man who fatally shot a black Ma...
03:45 PM, Monday, September 29
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Schools partner to offer new business degree
Georgia Highlands College and Kennesaw State University have teamed up offer a second 4-year degree through a parters...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 29
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YELLS after school program: Mentoring group looks to new home
Forced to move from its home on Franklin Road in the Woodlands Park Apartments, which the city now owns and plans to ...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 29
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Hillgrove High Wind Symphony wins national award
POWDER SPRINGS — The Hillgrove Wind Symphony is the top ensemble at Hillgrove High School. The band can now say it is...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 29
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Former city workers sentenced for fraud
MARIETTA — Three people, including two former employees of the city of Marietta, were sentenced in district court for...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 29
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For the love of music: Twenty high school programs meet at...
Twenty high school marching bands from five states were put through their paces Saturday during a competition at McEa...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 29
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$1.1M expansion now underway for Southern Museum
KENNESAW — During a groundbreaking Friday, Mayor Mark Mathews said the city of Kennesaw is seeing another of its drea...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 29
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Leo Frank lynch marker removed for road project
The plaque near the Big Chicken that marked the spot where Jewish businessman Leo Frank was lynched in 1915 has been ...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 29
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Kick off Relay for Life season on Tuesday
The American Cancer Society will launch the Relay For Life season in Cobb County on Tuesday at 6 p.m. Along with regi...
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