Two controversial developments approved by Board o...
by Ricky Leroux
04:00 AM, Wednesday, October 22
MARIETTA — The Board of Commissioners unanimously signed off on two housing developments Tuesday, ignoring an outpour of opposition from nearby residents who said the projects will further burden schools and roads. A 175-home development off Paul ...

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MARIETTA — Police arrested a Marietta man Thursday after a 30-minute standoff at his house. Philip Pass, 56, was arre...
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Kennesaw City Council discusses edits to ethics code
The city of Kennesaw is one step closer to adopting a new code of ethics for members of its government. At a work ses...
04:00 AM, Thursday, October 02
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WellStar doctors aim to increase awareness about breast ca...
MARIETTA — During October, which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, WellStar doctors hope to encourage women ...
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Through birthdays and straight A’s, Jodi drove cancer away
When Jodi Lambert, a mother, WellStar nurse and Acworth resident, was diagnosed with breast cancer, she couldn’t beli...
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Teachers of the Year keep the handprint tradition alive
MARIETTA — With her fifth-grade class looking on, Sawyer Road Elementary teacher Katy Eason’s two-year-old son, Ben, ...
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Awtrey Middle first in Cobb to utilize ‘media scape’
Awtrey Middle School in Kennesaw is putting technology to use. Awtrey is the first school in Cobb to set up a ‘media ...
04:00 AM, Thursday, October 02
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Survey: Most KSU students comfortable on campus
KENNESAW — A survey revealed the majority of the Kennesaw State community is comfortable with being on campus, but bu...
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Romney: Georgia may decide if Senate will see ‘fresh air’
Former presidential hopeful in town to endorse AG Olens’ re-election bid
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Wal-Mart chooses MUST Ministries for $100K grant
Wal-Mart and the Wal-Mart Foundation is giving $100,000 to MUST Ministries. The grant is part of a $54 million donati...
04:00 AM, Thursday, October 02
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‘Zombies’ invited to gather downtown Canton for good cause
CANTON — Downtown Canton will be transformed into a zombie land where the walking dead will linger this weekend, as C...
12:00 AM, Thursday, October 02
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Jury to start deliberating loud music killing case
A jury in Jacksonville will begin deciding the fate of a white man who fatally shot a black Marietta teenager after a...
09:20 AM, Wednesday, October 01
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Braves Foundation to help Cobb nonprofits
The Atlanta Braves Foundation recently awarded more than $300,000 in grants to nonprofit organizations around the met...
04:00 AM, Wednesday, October 01
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Forest Hills historic district status is backed by residents
MARIETTA — About 20 residents of the Forest Hills neighborhood came to a meeting put on by the Historic Preservation ...
04:00 AM, Wednesday, October 01
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Mother gets 30 years in prison for starving daughter
Ebony Berry, a 37-year-old mother whose daughter died of starvation in 2012, has been sentenced to 30 years in prison...
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