Cobb schools off to a good start
by Michelle Babcock
12:42 AM, Tuesday, August 04
MARIETTA — With 111,000 students expected in Cobb schools this year, almost everything went according to plan on the first day of school Monday, according to Superintendent Chris Ragsdale. One school had problems connecting to the Internet in the ...

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