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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Chamber celebrates Small Business Week
MARIETTA — The Cobb Chamber of Commerce is hosting events all week in celebration of Gov. Nathan Deal’s proclamation ...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, February 17
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Chatterbox: Conservative documents KSU experience
Laura Armstrong of west Cobb, a former MDJ columnist and conservative commentator, has enrolled in a Kennesaw State U...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, February 17
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Kennesaw City Council to vote on road improvements
The Kennesaw City Council is set to vote on its vision for $2.6 million downtown street improvements which engineers ...
04:00 AM, Tuesday, February 17
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Cobb school district cancels Tuesday classes
According to the Cobb County School district, teachers and students should not report to school because of "potential...
10:15 PM, Monday, February 16
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Oh snow you don’t
Cobb residents say they’re not worried as officials eye ice, roads
03:37 PM, Monday, February 16
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Town Hall meeting gets canceled due to weather
MARIETTA — The town hall meeting schedule by State Sen. Judson Hill (R–Marietta) and State Rep. John Carson (R–Mariet...
04:00 AM, Monday, February 16
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Cobb County School District bus drivers unhappy with new p...
MARIETTA — Cobb school bus drivers have asked the school board to change their pay schedule back to monthly after it ...
04:00 AM, Monday, February 16
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Two local teens dream big
MARIETTA — Two Cobb students are getting a free trip to Disney World in Orlando, Florida, after being selected out of...
04:00 AM, Monday, February 16
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Cobb schools close due to storm
MARIETTA — Late Saturday evening, the Cobb County School District announced it will be closing all schools and facili...
12:23 AM, Monday, February 16
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Officials: Synovus has no plans to relocate
MARIETTA — The head of one of Synovus Financial Corporation’s member banks said Saturday the company has no plans to ...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 15
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Marietta BoE names Student and Employee of Month
Hickory Hills Elementary School first-grader Aileen Betancourt was named the student of the month. “She is one of the...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 15
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Traffic concerns linger about new Brumby Elementary site
MARIETTA — Concerns about traffic at the location of the new Brumby Elementary School in east Cobb persist, and count...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 15
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Mayoral race in Powder Springs starts to simmer: Long-time...
Powder Springs Mayor Patricia Vaughn will face in-house competition when she runs for reelection this fall, as a long...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 15
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Family promise: Shelter offers beds, food, employment aid
Family Promise, a shelter for homeless families in Cobb, has only been open for about a year but is steadily growing ...
04:00 AM, Sunday, February 15
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Officials say Lower Roswell Road project to decrease conge...
MARIETTA — The Cobb school board recently voted to approve two easements that will allow the Cobb Department of Trans...
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