Who turned out the lights? Power outage affects mo...
by Philip Clements
12:20 AM, Tuesday, June 30
MARIETTA — More than 33,000 Marietta and Smyrna residents lost power late Sunday night because of a broken transmission line that supplied the three main electrical providers in the area, officials say. Customers of Georgia Power, Marietta Power a...

Latest Headlines

Events planned for 151st anniversary of Battle of Kennesaw...
This weekend the 151st anniversary of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain will be commemorated at Kennesaw Mountain Natio...
11:55 PM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
Man accused of putting weed killer in co-worker's water
An Acworth man has been arrested after police say he put weed killer in his co-worker's water bottle.
08:00 AM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
Deja vu: Current and former Georgia lawmakers look back on...
MARIETTA — Former Gov. Roy Barnes, who led the charge to remove the Confederate battle emblem from Georgia’s official...
12:36 AM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
Resolution commits to referendum on BRT
MARIETTA — Commissioners voted 4-0 Tuesday to approve a resolution that restates their previous promises to hold a pu...
12:30 AM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
Police: Kennesaw man dies in Sunday car collision
ACWORTH — Cobb Police is investigating an automobile collision they said happened in Acworth and resulted in the deat...
12:26 AM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
EDGE wants Town Center CID funding
TOWN CENTER — The Town Center Community Improvement District is considering a $35,000 funding request from EDGE offic...
12:24 AM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
County extends contract with financing company
MARIETTA — The county commission voted 4-0 on Tuesday to extend a contract with Public Financial Management Group in ...
12:22 AM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
Genuine Parts to give details on abatement to Cobb school ...
MARIETTA — The Cobb school board is expected to hear from Genuine Parts on a tax abatement project in an effort to im...
12:19 AM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
City considers spending $19K to raze two homes
MARIETTA — The City Council is considering razing two dilapidated homes on Hedges Street and West Dixie Avenue at the...
12:19 AM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
Chatterbox: Lawmakers duck flag questions
On Tuesday, the MDJ sent emails to the offices of the five federal lawmakers that represent Cobb County — two senator...
12:17 AM, Wednesday, June 24
full story
Free HIV testing offered at health centers
Cobb & Douglas Public Health will provide free, rapid HIV testing and counseling in honor of National HIV Testing Day...
11:59 PM, Tuesday, June 23
full story
Powder Springs man dies in collision
POWDER SPRINGS — A Saturday collision resulting in the death of a Powder Springs man is under investigation by the Co...
11:59 PM, Tuesday, June 23
full story
KSU student reports sex assault on campus
A Kennesaw State University student said she was sexually assaulted on campus Sunday night, according to a release fr...
11:58 PM, Tuesday, June 23
full story
Making strides: Cherokee County commissioners focus in on ...
Cherokee County has now decided to include a Trails Master Plan within its Comprehensive Transportation Plan update. ...
11:53 PM, Tuesday, June 23
full story
KSU student reports sexual assault on campus
A Kennesaw State University student said she was sexually assaulted on campus Sunday night, according to a release fr...
05:28 PM, Tuesday, June 23
full story

Popular Stories

Recent Comments

« wonderin wrote on Monday, Jun 29 at 06:19 PM »
« anonymous wrote on Monday, Jun 29 at 06:13 PM »
« Good Ole Boy wrote on Monday, Jun 29 at 06:10 PM »
« Move On wrote on Monday, Jun 29 at 06:07 PM »