Realtor anticipates fewer foreclosed homes in 2015
by Emily Boorstein
04:00 AM, Friday, December 26
KENNESAW — With a shrinking inventory of both foreclosures and available homes on the market, the outgoing president of the Cobb Association of Realtors says the county remains a desirable place to put down roots. In Cobb, the foreclosure process ...

Latest Headlines

Woman in July Silver Comet Trail attack leaves hospital
Authorities say a woman badly injured in a July attack while walking a popular trail in Paulding County has been disc...
12:29 AM, Wednesday, September 03
full story
Taste of Kennesaw event to be Saturday
KENNESAW — Football may be king this season, but the Taste of Kennesaw only comes once a year. The annual event, whic...
12:26 AM, Wednesday, September 03
full story
Acworth fatal wreck: 25-year-old killed, three others hurt
An Acworth woman died from injuries she sustained in a wreck on Interstate 75 Sunday night, Marietta police said. Ric...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, September 02
full story
Acworth family stars in HGTV home makeover show
ACWORTH — A local family won the reality TV lottery when they were chosen to be featured on the Property Brothers’ HG...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, September 02
full story
Labor Day labor: Workers thankful for rush of weekend shop...
MARIETTA — Not everyone received a three-day weekend this Labor Day, but those who had to work around the Square said...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, September 02
full story
‘Hunger does not take time off’: MUST Ministries gives out...
MARIETTA — MUST Ministries just wrapped up its Summer Lunch program, handing out 254,906 sack lunches to low-income f...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, September 02
full story
Born in 1908, Smyrna woman celebrates her 106th birthday
SMYRNA — A Smyrna woman who was born when Theodore Roosevelt was president has just celebrated her 106th birthday. Re...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 01
full story
Cagle’s Farm welcomes the fall season with preview of new ...
The Cagle family welcomed back the fall season with its 14th-annual corn maze design at this year’s ribbon-cutting ev...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 01
full story
Powder Springs City Council chambers getting $200K makeover
The Powder Springs City Council recently voted to spend $214,285 on renovations for its Council Chambers at 4488 Pine...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 01
full story
After loss of son, family starts foundation to prevent mor...
MARIETTA — When two Cobb detectives came to Missy Owen’s door, she already knew why they were there. Her son was dead...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 01
full story
Marietta man killed in skydiving accident
ATLANTA — Authorities are investigating how a Marietta man died skydiving in Polk County. Polk Deputy Coroner Tony Br...
12:19 AM, Monday, September 01
full story
Authorities: Marietta woman found dead in Lake Allatoona
LAKE ALLATOONA ­— A Marietta woman’s body was found in Lake Allatoona, law enforcement officials confirmed Sunday. Sh...
12:00 AM, Monday, September 01
full story
A stroll through the art: Marietta celebrates culture on t...
From wall-hangings to walking sticks, Art in the Park on the Marietta Square has something for everyone to add to the...
04:00 AM, Sunday, August 31
full story
Ethics complaint against Kennesaw Mayor Mathews over publi...
KENNESAW — A recent ethics complaint against Kennesaw Mayor Mark Mathews was dismissed by the city’s ethics board at ...
04:00 AM, Sunday, August 31
full story
City owed $92K for property upkeep
MARIETTA — Councilman Philip Goldstein suggested this week the city foreclose on properties that haven’t paid the cit...
04:00 AM, Sunday, August 31
full story

Popular Stories

Recent Comments

« M SOLLICITO wrote on Friday, Dec 26 at 11:43 AM »
« Noble Butler wrote on Friday, Dec 26 at 11:17 AM »
« XaurreauX wrote on Friday, Dec 26 at 10:29 AM »
« Coop's Fam wrote on Friday, Dec 26 at 10:13 AM »