Former Governor Barnes recounts funeral snafu
by MDJ staff
04:00 AM, Monday, November 24
Former governor Roy Barnes had his famous storytelling abilities at full form during the Marietta Area Council of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce meeting Nov. 19. “I always like to tell a little story when I begin” a speech, he told the crowd at the ...

Latest Headlines

Lee: No jobs yet from sister city partnership with South K...
MARIETTA — Cobb Chairman Tim Lee said the county’s relationship with its South Korean sister city, the Seongdong-Gu d...
04:00 AM, Wednesday, November 19
full story
Greenway Health to bring 150 jobs to Cobb
Cobb County will be home to a new technology development center, an expansion of Greenway Health LLC, a health care t...
04:00 AM, Wednesday, November 19
full story
Powder Springs votes to add recycling
Residents will see $1.50 per month added to sanitation rate
04:00 AM, Wednesday, November 19
full story
Chatterbox: Sen. Hill loses bid for Senate majority leader
The Georgia State Senate Majority Caucus had its leadership elections Monday, and state Sen. Judson Hill (R-east Cobb...
04:00 AM, Wednesday, November 19
full story
School board OKs firm to test construction materials for N...
MARIETTA – During its meeting Tuesday night, the Marietta Board of Education voted 6-0, with Tom Cheater absent, to a...
04:00 AM, Wednesday, November 19
full story
NBA star Dwight Howard probed for child abuse
Cobb police reopen case on alleged summer 2014 incident after receiving new information
04:00 AM, Wednesday, November 19
full story
Police arrest 3 in Smyrna apartment complex fatal shooting
SMYRNA — Police have released the names of the three men arrested in connection with a Nov. 12 shooting which left a ...
11:00 PM, Tuesday, November 18
full story
Soldiers’ salute: Cobb honors World War II veterans at mil...
MARIETTA — World War II veteran and Marietta resident Don Scott recalled a mission that forever changed his life in 1...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, November 18
full story
Chatterbox: Lady Greyhounds win first state title in schoo...
The Pope High School Lady Greyhounds softball team secured the school’s first state Fastpitch title after finishing t...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, November 18
full story
Sen. Isakson to run for re-election in 2016; Commentators ...
ATLANTA — It’s the political circle of life: One election season ends, another one begins. This cycle was typified Mo...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, November 18
full story
Walker School spends $4.6M on 18 acres to grow campus in M...
MARIETTA — The Walker School, a private school in Marietta for pre-K through 12th grades, has announced the purchase ...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, November 18
full story
Kennesaw tables Islamic center vote
Amid heated discussions, council delays decision until Dec. 1 meeting
04:00 AM, Tuesday, November 18
full story
Lee Attorney, Cheek seek recusal: Ethics Board’s lawyer sa...
Both the attorney for County Chairman Tim Lee and the west Cobb resident who filed an ethics complaint against Lee ha...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, November 18
full story
Chatterbox: How Commissioner-elect Weatherford handles per...
In a recent interview about his campaign and future plans, Commissioner-elect Bob Weatherford shared with the MDJ how...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, November 18
full story
Tumlin: Well done on 150th Civil War anniversary
Marietta Mayor Steve Tumlin lauded the city’s manager Bill Bruton Thursday for his “leadership, stewardship, commitme...
04:00 AM, Monday, November 17
full story

Popular Stories

Recent Comments

« Mr. Roosevelt wrote on Monday, Nov 24 at 02:25 PM »
« Kevin Foley wrote on Monday, Nov 24 at 02:03 PM »
« Obola Never wrote on Monday, Nov 24 at 01:22 PM »
« BigBlueCaddy wrote on Monday, Nov 24 at 01:20 PM »