Vending machine vengeance: Marietta students say s...
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Sunday, August 31
MARIETTA — Students may now be more likely to ask parents for a granola bar from the pantry than a few dollar bills before leaving for school as a result of new federal regulations for school vending machines. As a result of the 2010 Healthy Hunge...

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City owed $92K for property upkeep
MARIETTA — Councilman Philip Goldstein suggested this week the city foreclose on properties that haven’t paid the cit...
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Ethics complaint against Kennesaw Mayor Mathews over publi...
KENNESAW — A recent ethics complaint against Kennesaw Mayor Mark Mathews was dismissed by the city’s ethics board at ...
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A stroll through the art: Marietta celebrates culture on t...
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City Council votes 5-0 on one-year moratorium: Ban only af...
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Surly electorate still looks to ‘keep the bums in’
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28th Art in the Park to feature 175 contributors
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04:00 AM, Saturday, August 30
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Goldstein questions legality of exchanges
Councilman Philip Goldstein, concerned about the legality of his colleagues exchanging emails about city business, di...
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Man gets six years: Violated ex-fiancee’s order with 600 c...
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State super interested in Cobb position
Board vice chairman says the job is Ragsdale’s to lose
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4 indicted in tax fraud: Each are charged with 3,736 counts
Four people were indicted Thursday in connection to a tax fraud scheme Cobb deputies spent more than a year investiga...
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SPSU professor to speak at National Archives event
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Councilman optimistic after arrest: Coleman at town hall a...
MARIETTA — Not once during Councilman Anthony Coleman’s town hall meeting on Thursday did he or the residents who att...
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Daredevil thrills: Six Flags offers sneak peek into upcomi...
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Cumberland CID board talks zoning, bridge design
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Student population study is criticized
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