Chatterbox: Cobb ranks high on healthiest counties...
04:00 AM, Monday, March 30
Cobb was named the fourth healthiest county in the state, according to a study done by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a national philanthropy dedicated to health. In the 2015 rankings, Cobb was behind No. 1 Forsyth, No. 2 Gwinnett and No. 3 F...

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Reduced-cost clinic marks decade
One of Cobb County’s reduced-cost health clinics celebrated 10 years of service Thursday with its annual Innkeeper’s ...
04:00 AM, Saturday, March 21
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Mayor Tumlin: Refinancing will save residents $1.275 million
MARIETTA — The city of Marietta completed the refinancing of part of its 2009 parks and recreation bond Thursday, whi...
04:00 AM, Saturday, March 21
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DA’s Cold Case Unit reviews mom’s death
Nancy Ambrozik’s body was found inside her Marietta bedroom 20 years ago, and while her case remains unsolved, a spec...
04:00 AM, Saturday, March 21
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Mayor names finalist for city manager post
POWDER SPRINGS — Powder Springs Mayor Pat Vaughn announced this week that interim city manager Pam Conner is the sole...
04:00 AM, Friday, March 20
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Chatterbox: Facebook group opposes development authority bill
JoEllen Smith of Marietta has created a Change.org petition and a Facebook page called “Save Cobb Schools” to oppose ...
04:00 AM, Friday, March 20
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Cobb police searching for sexual assault suspect
The Cobb County Police Department is searching for a suspect involved in a sexual assault that took place in January ...
04:00 AM, Friday, March 20
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Marietta man sentenced to life for rape
MARIETTA — A Marietta man was sentenced to life in prison Thursday after being convicted of a 2013 rape. David Martin...
04:00 AM, Friday, March 20
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Lee touts success of Braves: Residents voice concerns for ...
EAST COBB — Commission Chairman Tim Lee shared a message with the residents who attended his town hall meeting Thursd...
04:00 AM, Friday, March 20
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Kelly talks term limits, renovations during town hall
City Councilwoman Michelle Cooper Kelly discussed the issue of term limits and its impact on Marietta’s City Council ...
04:00 AM, Friday, March 20
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Leadership Cobb co-founder talks about its beginning
MARIETTA — Some of Cobb’s top business leaders and elected officials gathered at The Georgian Club on Thursday to hea...
04:00 AM, Friday, March 20
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Cobb students, parents defend AP History class: Resolution...
MARIETTA — A Georgia Senate resolution which criticizes the Advanced Placement U.S. History course has drawn its own ...
04:00 AM, Friday, March 20
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Foreclosures increasing slightly; Realtor organization pre...
MARIETTA — The number of foreclosed Cobb properties set to be sold at auction in April is slightly higher than the nu...
04:00 AM, Friday, March 20
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Curbside bus service to start running March 23 in South Cobb
MARIETTA — The county unveiled a new curb-to-curb bus service Wednesday that will be the first of its kind in the sta...
04:00 AM, Thursday, March 19
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MUST to have employment conference
MARIETTA — Cobb County-based MUST Ministries will host Step Up Your Game, a free conference to help people get back t...
04:00 AM, Thursday, March 19
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Bank’s eBus returning to provide financial services
Fifth Third Bank, which has several locations in the Marietta and Kennesaw area, is bringing the Financial Empowermen...
04:00 AM, Thursday, March 19
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