MARIETTA — Republican Devan Seabaugh has officially been sworn in as Georgia’s representative of the state House District 34.
Cobb’s property tax revenues are expected to bring in over $25 million more than last year, allowing the county to avoid spending cuts or a millage rate increase as was feared during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A five-day search came to an end Thursday when law enforcement arrested Bryan Anthony Rhoden, 23, who, they believe, is responsible for the deaths of three people whose bodies were found on a Kennesaw golf course Saturday.
Bryan Anthony Rhoden, the suspect in the weekend triple-homicide at Kennesaw's Pinetree Country Club, was charged with three counts of murder, three counts of aggravated assault and two counts of kidnapping, Cobb County Police Department Chief Tim Cox told reporters at an evening news conference.
The suspect in the weekend triple-homicide at Kennesaw’s Pinetree Country Club has been arrested, the Cobb County Police Department announced Thursday evening.
A man linked to the death of three people whose bodies were found in Kennesaw over the weekend does not pose an “active threat to the public at large,” Cobb police said Tuesday.
KENNESAW — Cobb police are investigating a fatal weekend shooting at Pinetree Country Club, near Kennesaw State University.
Cobb’s commissioners began sketching plans this week for a historic overhaul of the county’s transportation policy, plans which, if enacted, could reshape transit in the Atlanta metro.
KENNESAW — Sidewalk surfers rolled over to Swift-Cantrell’s skatepark Monday for Go Skateboarding Day, an international celebration of skateboarding on the longest day of the year.
As of Friday morning, fewer than 2,500 people had cast a ballot in Tuesday’s special election for the Georgia House seat formerly held by Republican Bert Reeves.
KENNESAW — Sarah Hammond says the best part about giving blood comes after the fact, when she gets a note telling her of the hospital where her blood was used.
When President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act was signed into law in March, Cobb’s cities looked as if they would be flush with cash, receiving tens of millions in direct federal aid. The only question was how they planned to spend it.
CUMBERLAND — Croft & Associates, the Kennesaw-based architecture and engineering firm founded in 2004, was named the Cobb Chamber’s 2021 Small Business of the Year at its monthly Marquee Monday event.
If the last three candidates Democrats fielded against now-former Republican state Rep. Bert Reeves left politicos wondering how serious Dems were about winning, that question is unlikely to arise this time around.
A Kennesaw man faces multiple charges after North Georgia police say he robbed a bank before leading them on a high-speed chase through two counties Thursday morning.Authorities say Kennesaw's Brandon David Nunnelly, who allegedly robbed a Fannin County bank, will be charged with "multiple t…
Like several other Sandy Springs residents, Glenn Wasser said he believes the city’s plan to partner with the Georgia Commission for the Holocaust to open an arts and culture center that will house the “Anne Frank and the World: 1929-1945” exhibit, plus other art or museum exhibitions and ot…
A Sunday night special on “60 Minutes” spotlighted Marietta City Schools as a model for educating students in a pandemic.
Robert Aaron Long frequented the two Atlanta spas where he allegedly shot and killed four women Tuesday, Atlanta Police Department Deputy Chief Charles Hampton Jr. said at a news conference Thursday afternoon.
The arrest in an alleged kickback scheme in Florida has heightened questions raised by a parent watchdog group over recent big-ticket purchases made by the Cobb County School District.
KENNESAW — In the 1800s, an enslaved man in Virginia named William Harvey Carney fled his captor, taking the Underground Railroad to Massachusetts. He found work on a whaling ship, but eventually returned south — this time, as a member of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment during the C…
Choices for dining are increasing in Cobb County with three new restaurants opening soon: an eatery on Marietta Square, a gastropub in Austell and a Neapolitan-style pizzeria in Kennesaw.
KENNESAW — Steve Miller’s watch shop at Town Center Mall, It’s About Time, has gone weeks at a time recently without making a sale. Foot traffic has dried up and businesses are hurting. But he was counting on an uptick in business for Valentine’s Day to turn things around.
As the Georgia General Assembly proceeds through the 2021 legislative session, marquee issues such as voting laws and the state budget are expected to dominate the debate under the Gold Dome. But state Sen. Kay Kirkpatrick, R-east Cobb, is working on some unfinished business from last year’s…
Cobb’s Cumberland and Town Center community improvement districts relaunched their bike share programs earlier this month, with an eye on eventually offering a regional program “with additional community partners.”
As thousands of Cobb Countians prepare for an unprecedented holiday season, many are still trying to enjoy the beloved traditions that they associate with the holidays.
KENNESAW — Black Friday saw fewer shoppers in-person than normal at Cobb County malls, due to the coronavirus pandemic and more people buying gifts online this season.
“What we’re really talking about is a wonderful day set aside on the fourth Thursday of November when no one diets. I mean, why else would they call it Thanksgiving,” Erma Bombeck quipped.
Arrest warrants issued in connection with a shooting in Kennesaw shed new light on the altercation that ended with the death of 23-year-old Severe Blake.
After cutting his teeth at restaurants in Naples, Miami and Atlanta, “pizzaiolo” Massimo Andreozzi will soon open his own pizzeria Napoletana in downtown Kennesaw.
Andrew Qualley was among the Union soldiers who fought in the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain and survived. A little over a century later, the same battlefield is nearly in his granddaughter’s backyard.
MARIETTA — John Falk, 70, can be found most mornings directing traffic around Marietta Middle School when the school is open for classes. As an employee of the Marietta Police Department, he writes police incident reports, takes photos and other evidence at crime scenes and helps reroute tra…
As of midnight, Democrat Monique Sheffield and Republican Fitz Johnson led in their races to succeed outgoing members of Cobb County’s governing board.
KENNESAW — The Grey Muzzle Organization announced that Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue & Adoption in Kennesaw was selected to receive a grant to support local senior dogs.
ATLANTA — Both environmental groups and businesses are hailing congressional passage this week of legislation aimed at preserving the scenic beauty of America’s public parklands into perpetuity.
One of the more extraordinary things seen in a week of extraordinary things occurred on Sunday in Kennesaw when more than 100 protesters, outraged by police misconduct, marched from Kennesaw State University to the city of Kennesaw.