A home of their own: Jewish synagogue, religious s...
by Emily Boorstein
04:00 AM, Monday, July 28
MARIETTA — For the first time in its eight-year existence, a west Cobb synagogue isn’t using borrowed space to conduct its religious services or teach its youth. Earlier this month, Congregation Ner Tamid began having bi-weekly worship services at...

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Attorney, Lee at odds over Cobb Police problems
MARIETTA — A former police officer and attorney for the Cobb County Fraternal Order of Police recently spoke out agai...
04:00 AM, Monday, July 28
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Smyrna church gives back, helps kids get ready for new sch...
SMYRNA — A local church canceled its normal Sunday service and instead held an event to help get children ready for t...
12:03 AM, Monday, July 28
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Author to give talk on history of Rich’s Department Store ...
Author Jeff Clemmons will give a talk on “Rich’s: A Southern Institution,” his first book on the recently published h...
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Play Family Food at Freeman Poole Thur.
The Freeman Poole Senior Center, 4025 S. Hurt road SW in Smyrna, will have Family Food for seniors, ages 55 and up, a...
12:02 AM, Monday, July 28
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Program Palooza in Kennesaw on Aug. 9
The City of Kennesaw Parks & Recreation Department’s 10th annual Program Palooza, a safari-themed open house party, s...
12:01 AM, Monday, July 28
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Tritt Elementary gets new principal
MARIETTA — Tritt Elementary School’s newest principal has been a fixture at the Marietta school for 11 years. Tricia ...
12:01 AM, Monday, July 28
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Cobb EMC to send first wave of lawsuit checks to customers
MARIETTA — After four years battling in court, many customers in a class-action lawsuit who claim Cobb Electric Membe...
04:00 AM, Sunday, July 27
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Kennesaw ethics board to discuss bullying, intimidation
KENNESAW — A specially-called ethics meeting to “discuss enhancements on ‘bullying’ and ‘intimidation’” will fall jus...
04:00 AM, Sunday, July 27
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Riverwalk development moving forward without office building
CUMBERLAND — Atlanta real estate magnate John Williams is moving forward with a scaled-back version of his developmen...
04:00 AM, Sunday, July 27
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Cobb’s chief medical examiner to step down
MARIETTA — Cobb’s chief medical examiner resigned Friday, four months after an audit critical of his office caused a ...
04:00 AM, Sunday, July 27
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Road closures for railroad work next week
The following roads will be closed in Marietta in the next week for railroad maintenance. From Monday until Wednesday...
12:00 AM, Sunday, July 27
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Catapult Workshop at library on Wednesday
The East Marietta Library, 2051 Lower Roswell Road in Marietta, will have a Catapult Workshop for ages 6 to 12 from 3...
12:00 AM, Sunday, July 27
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Presentation on ‘unusual’ food on Wednesday
The North Cobb Senior Center, 4100 Highway 293 in Acworth, will have Unusual Vegetables, Fruits and Grains — Part 2 f...
12:00 AM, Sunday, July 27
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City to have public meeting about taxes
On Monday, the City of Marietta will hold a public meeting to hear from residents about its announcement to raise pro...
12:00 AM, Sunday, July 27
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Cobb teenager aspiring to be police officer nominated for ...
MARIETTA — Members of the Cobb Police Department are proud of a teen they hope to one day see on its force. Oscar Esc...
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