Locals chime in on Scottish independence
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Friday, September 19
MARIETTA — Even though they’re 4,000 miles away from Scotland, some Cobb residents are keeping an eye on politics in that country, where citizens voted on whether to secede from the United Kingdom. The results of the vote are expected this morning...

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