Smyrna to vote on health benefits for spouses of g...
by Aimee Sachs
04:00 AM, Thursday, October 23
SMYRNA — Smyrna City Councilman Wade Lnenicka is urging the council to decide Nov. 3 whether to extend health benefits to spouses of gay city employees who are legally married. The revision would add to the retirement benefits the city already pro...

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JE Dunn Atlanta office moves to Cobb
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Police look for suspects in Austell robbery
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Austell man to serve 27 years for shooting
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Local men sentenced in drug trafficking case
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Florida man gets life in prison in loud music killing
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Sweetwater Valley library displaying WWII exhibit
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Marietta City Schools Superintendent honored by Boy Scouts...
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Cobb students to receive letters on Ebola plans
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