Head of the class: Cobb schools starting new summe...
by Philip Clements
12:38 AM, Saturday, May 23
MARIETTA — About 240 fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders in Cobb County will take part in an invitation-only summer program next month, where they will participate in activities to increase critical thinking and research skills. “We’re very excited ...

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Recycling center set to open today
Smyrna’s new recycling center will officially open today. The City of Smyrna and the Keep Smyrna Beautiful Department...
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Police search for bank robbery suspect
Cobb police are searching for a suspect in a Friday armed robbery of a Mableton bank. Police say a man gave a demand ...
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Fire damages Vinings townhomes
A fire at a Vinings townhome complex Friday displaced seven residents, a Cobb Fire Department official said. At about...
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Coyote attacks dog in front of 2 young children
A coyote attacked a family dog in front of two young children in a Marietta neighborhood.
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Proclaiming the past: Marietta celebrates its first histor...
MARIETTA — After a decade-long process, residents of Kennesaw Avenue finally have a marker commemorating their neighb...
11:38 PM, Thursday, May 07
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Former Gov. Barnes’ firm leads suit against Home Depot ove...
MARIETTA — Former Gov. Roy Barnes is taking the lead in a class action lawsuit against the Home Depot over the data b...
11:34 PM, Thursday, May 07
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Former U.S. Rep. Kingston thinks Dobbins is safe, but BRAC...
SMYRNA — Former U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston said Thursday that while he thinks Dobbins Air Reserve Base is safe, a Base R...
11:28 PM, Thursday, May 07
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Celebration of faith: Mayor Vaughn says city honored as re...
POWDER SPRINGS — A record number of people crowded the parking lot of Powder Springs City Hall on Thursday afternoon ...
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WellStar Neonatal nurse receives honor for compassion
AUSTELL — Several nurses were brought to tears Thursday morning as they honored their supervisor, a woman many of the...
11:12 PM, Thursday, May 07
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KSU awarded national arts grant
Kennesaw State University’s Research & Service Foundation will receive a $20,000 federal grant to support an upcoming...
11:11 PM, Thursday, May 07
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Cobb police help to track down 3 robbery suspects
Cobb police helped Douglas County deputies track down three suspects related to a reported unarmed robbery that happe...
11:10 PM, Thursday, May 07
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Teacher retirement benefits bill fails
ATLANTA — A bill seeking to alter the Teachers Retirement System of Georgia failed to make it out of a special joint ...
11:09 PM, Thursday, May 07
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Chatterbox: Former U.S. representative is enjoying his fre...
Former U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, who served in the U.S. House from 1993 to 2014, said at a Smyrna Business Association...
11:06 PM, Thursday, May 07
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Canton man sentenced to life in 2013 murder at now-closed ...
MARIETTA — The Canton man convicted of murdering a man at a now-closed Marietta bar was sentenced to life without par...
08:17 PM, Thursday, May 07
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Officials say WellStar won’t lose identity in merger with ...
Vice president tells South Cobb Business Association companies to remain not-for-profit, split representation
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