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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