Marietta Middle lockdown lifted, student with knif...
by Hilary Butschek
02:30 PM, Monday, September 15
A report of a student stabbed at Marietta Middle School put the school on lockdown for one hour this afternoon, but Marietta police officers found no one injured.

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Study: Georgia 8th worst state to give birth
Georgia is one of the worst states in the U.S. to have a baby, according to a report by financial website WalletHub.c...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 15
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Cobb infrastructure upgrades: Five traffic signals to cost...
MARIETTA — Cobb County will be receiving bids for rebuilding five traffic signals until Sept. 25. Lights at the inter...
04:00 AM, Monday, September 15
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Kennesaw Charter Elementary up for reaccreditation; vote t...
It’s not unusual to find a dog or pig when you walk the halls of Kennesaw Charter Science and Math Academy. “They’re ...
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Canoe music series set to return on Sept. 24
Canoe, a restaurant in the Cumberland area, announced the return of its seasonal outdoor music series, Song of the So...
12:17 AM, Monday, September 15
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Shreiner Academy kicks off yearlong speaker series
Shreiner Academy, a private K-8 school at 1340 Terrell Mill Road in Marietta, will host a yearlong, free speaker seri...
12:16 AM, Monday, September 15
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Atria Mableton honors Sept. 11th terrorism victims
Residents of Atria Mableton, a senior community, took time to memorialize those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrori...
12:14 AM, Monday, September 15
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2 found dead after 12-hour standoff in Smyrna
SMYRNA — A man and a woman were found dead in a Smyrna townhome Sunday afternoon after a 12-hour standoff, Smyrna pol...
07:48 PM, Sunday, September 14
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Cobb’s kids get moving: Local schools among top in nation ...
MARIETTA — Schools in Cobb County are doing their part to fight childhood obesity and enhance their physical educatio...
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Leaders peg transportation funding key issue: Keeping Dobb...
Cobb leaders this week took part in an annual trip to Washington, D.C., organized by the Cobb Chamber, to present the...
04:00 AM, Sunday, September 14
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Workshop bridges the gap between educators, parents
Grant Rivera, leadership and learning officer for the Cobb school district, wants dinner tables to be an extension of...
04:00 AM, Sunday, September 14
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Forclosure numbers rise for second month: 325 homes set fo...
For the second straight month, the number of homes scheduled for foreclosure in Cobb has risen. Legal notices must be...
04:00 AM, Sunday, September 14
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Upsetting the coffee cart: Federal regulations limit curri...
MARIETTA — Federal food regulations going into effect this school year are affecting certain teachers’ lesson plans a...
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Bad guys, beware: Austell mayor touts tag readers as ‘big ...
Car thieves, beware: You may not want to drive through Austell, or any of Cobb’s cities that own car tag readers. Aus...
04:00 AM, Sunday, September 14
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Deal touts school funding, while Carter decries changes
Republican Gov. Nathan Deal and Democratic challenger Jason Carter presented conflicting descriptions of the state of...
04:00 AM, Saturday, September 13
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WellStar's local, state impact tops $2B: $153 million spen...
WellStar Health System announced this week it generated an economic impact of $2 billion in revenue for the local and...
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