MARIETTA — City Councilman Reginald “Reggie” Copeland has had his criminal case in the Cobb County State Court sealed from public view.
MARIETTA — A special court hearing in the criminal case against Marietta City Council member Reginald “Reggie” Maurice Copeland did not proceed as scheduled in the State Court of Cobb County Monday morning.
MARIETTA — Greater Community Church of God in Christ will kick off its Sunday Night Worship experience known as “Sunday Night COGIC” on Sunday, Jan. 26 at 6 p.m. and, following the first service, each fourth Sunday night for the rest of the year.
Charges are pending against a driver who collided with a Marietta school bus while traveling in a turn lane on Powder Springs Street near Oregon Trail on Thursday afternoon, according to Marietta police.
MARIETTA — While Americans of all stripes were paying tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, the city was also honoring a local civil rights pioneer.
MARIETTA — A centuries-old tree with cultural significance is at the center of a new residential development in Marietta, but no plans exist to cut it down, according to city officials.
A Marietta man has been indicted by a Cobb County grand jury on 11 felony counts of child molestation after two boys were allegedly molested over a period of at least six years.
A 64-year-old Marietta man is accused of molesting a 13-year-old girl at a Smyrna church where he was a Sunday school teacher, according to authorities.
A south Marietta bakery was robbed 10 minutes before closing by two suspects armed with a handgun and a knife, who made off with around $2,400 in cash, according to a Cobb County arrest warrant.
A man was shot in the neck while shielding a 1-year-old from a bullet during a shooting at an apartment complex in south Marietta on Monday, authorities say.
A good portion of Marietta’s first City Council meeting of 2020, scheduled for Wednesday night, will be spent appointing officials to leadership positions in city government.
Some of Marietta’s bravest and finest got their due Monday when the Marietta Metro Rotary Club held its annual Hometown Heroes event, honoring members of the Marietta police and fire departments who went beyond the call of duty.
A person was stabbed, robbed and left for dead, locked inside a Marietta apartment on Christmas Day without their cellphone or car keys, a Cobb arrest warrant states.
A couple of teenage girls were kept as prostitutes to work out of a Marietta motel room during the summer of 2018, new arrest warrants allege.
The Marietta City Council is set to bring on a new Municipal Court prosecutor following the retirement of Robert Donovan, who held the title for 34 years. The sole nominee listed on the draft agenda for the council’s Jan. 8 meeting was Ben F. Smith, who previously served as Cobb County’s sol…
A 72-year-old Marietta woman died while driving her car on South Marietta Parkway on New Year's Day, ultimately crashing into a concrete wall, police say.
There’s never a dull moment covering Cobb County. From celebrity sightings to restaurant openings, civic happenings and police activity, it seems like there is always something going on.
MARIETTA — While the holidays are a happy time for many, they can be especially difficult for recovering addicts and those who have lost loved ones, according to staff at The Zone, a Marietta support center that kept its doors open for around 36 hours over Christmas.
MARIETTA — A warm festive meal and companionship boosted dozens of people’s spirits as they gathered at MUST Ministries’ complex for the homeless in Marietta on Christmas Day.
A Cobb man led police on a dangerous early morning pursuit through central Marietta, running several red lights and stop signs, colliding head-on with another vehicle and jumping from his moving car, an arrest warrant alleges.
CUMBERLAND — Forty-nine Marietta elementary schoolers, some sitting in shopping carts or holding the hands of their bulletproof vest-clad escorts, scoured the shelves of Target this week, looking for their favorite toys and books or gifts for their families.
The old Marietta Flea Market could be gone early next year if the City Council votes to accept a bid to demolish the building at the corner of Franklin Gateway and South Marietta Parkway.
A North Carolina-based planning and engineering firm representing Home Depot has proposed plans for an 18,000-square-foot building and 64,815-square-foot outdoor storage space for rental equipment near WellStar Kennestone Hospital.
Thursday’s retirement party for Smyrna Mayor Max Bacon was a night of laughter and tears as community movers and shakers paid homage to (and lampooned) a mayor who broke the mold.
The Marietta City Council voted 6-1 Wednesday night to sign a new contract with the Cobb County Sheriff’s Department, despite the reservations of Councilman Reggie Copeland, who cast the sole dissenting vote.
MARIETTA — Justin Michael Crandall was home alone looking after his partner’s pet dog when he poured boiling water from an electric kettle onto the animal’s back and sides, causing severe burns and loss of skin and fur.
Marietta City Councilman Reggie Copeland is continuing to question whether it’s right to keep sending the city’s inmates to the Cobb County Adult Detention Center for another seven years.
A Marietta man has been indicted on aggravated child molestation and other charges after police said he assaulted a juvenile girl several years ago at an Austell property.
MARIETTA — For over 35 years Smyrna resident Jeri Barr has dedicated her life to serving the community, heading one of Cobb’s largest and oldest family-oriented nonprofits, and now the community is giving back.