Development Authority of Cobb County OKs Home Depo...
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Wednesday, March 04
MARIETTA — The Development Authority of Cobb County voted unanimously Tuesday to approve tax breaks for The Home Depot in exchange for $200 million in bond revenue the company promises to spend in the county. At a special called meeting, the devel...

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After triple bypass, east Cobb man warns others to be aware
04:00 AM, Monday, February 23
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KSU’s new analytics, data Ph.D. program one of first in co...
KENNESAW — A new Ph.D. program at Kennesaw State University will teach students how to analyze and understand the “ts...
04:00 AM, Monday, February 23
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Chatterbox: Interim city manager set to stay in Cobb
Only a week after being approved by the City Council as Kennesaw’s interim city manager, Jeff Drobney was chosen as a...
04:00 AM, Monday, February 23
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Braves, Hawks players coming to recreation center
MARIETTA — Marietta kids will have the chance to meet some of their favorite Atlanta athletes Tuesday. The Marietta P...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 22
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Former tea party leader claims intimidation in 6th complaint
A former tea party leader preparing to face her sixth state ethics complaint is now claiming she was the victim of in...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 22
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Bill would alter driver’s license provision in Georgia
ATLANTA — Supporters of a bill in the Georgia Senate say it would prevent those who have entered the country illegall...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 22
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Rewriting history?: AP U.S. History course draws fire from...
MARIETTA — Some Georgia lawmakers, including one from Cobb, claim the Advanced Placement United States History course...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 22
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Another Dimension: Cobb students learn how to use 3D printer
MARIETTA — Shoes, hand tools, prosthetic limbs, car parts, clothes and even human cartilage — all of these can be fab...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 22
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From Selma to Salvation: East Cobb man pens civil rights e...
Rev. Junnus Clay can still remember the most frightening day of his life. The 64-year-old east Cobb resident remember...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 22
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31 seniors to shine at STAR Student banquet
MARIETTA — Thirty-one high school seniors will be honored Monday night at the 48th annual STAR Student and Teacher ba...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 22
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Police: Man arrested on heroin trafficking charge
A Woodstock man was arrested Thursday on charges of trafficking heroin, drug agents said. Joseph Dejesus Centeno, 23,...
04:00 AM, Saturday, February 21
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Bill seeks to give judges, district attorneys raises
MARIETTA — A bill in the State House aims to give high-level judges and district attorneys a $12,000 raise. House Bil...
04:00 AM, Saturday, February 21
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Firefighters battle second Cobb fire in two days
A Marietta man was charged with arson after a fire damaged 10 units at a condominium complex near Terrell Mill Road o...
04:00 AM, Saturday, February 21
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Developer changes park plan in response to negative comments
KENNESAW — After facing opposition from a group of north Cobb residents, the developer of a park near the Bells Ferry...
04:00 AM, Saturday, February 21
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Cobb BoC set to review bridge project: List of firms for I...
MARIETTA — Cobb County has narrowed the list of companies to design a pedestrian bridge planned to connect the Cobb G...
04:00 AM, Saturday, February 21
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