Cobb Superior Court candidate Stedman: court needs experienced judge
Juanita Stedman says experience on both sides of the bench has given her the knowledge to preside over Cobb's Superior Court with more skill than her runoff opponent.
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Wed Jul 09, 2014
2016 SPLOST Meetings Begin Today
Cobb County residents who want to discuss the tentative project list for the proposed 2016 SPLOST will get a chance to speak their minds during a series of informal meetings which begin on July 9. Cobb County government has posted the project list for the 2016 SPLOST , a proposed extension of the one cent sales tax which would allow for funding of ... (more)
Head to head
Bob Weatherford, left, answers a question about his views on county issues during a candidate forum with Bill Byrne, right, Tuesday evening at NorthStar Church in Kennesaw.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
The US state where guns are now allowed inside schools, churches and shops
The law allows for guns in churches and parts of airports, and authorises school districts to allow teachers to carry weapons in the classroom.
Marietta veteran takes to the skies to fulfill longtime desire
Russell Mathuss waves to family members watching from a distance as he prepares to embark on his first helicopter ride Saturday morning.
Commissioners express support for 6-year tax
A poll of Cobb's four district commissioners reveals they are leaning in favor of a six-year term for a proposed 1 percent special purpose local option sales tax.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Banner yet waves
Twenty-one-month-old Caleb Cuff, of Marietta, runs around with his American flag during the Marietta Freedom Parade on Friday.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Young Marine receives top statewide honors
The rigor of the Boy Scouts was not enough for a younger Nathan James Baker. At 12 years old, the Kennesaw native said he "wanted the structure and discipline" associated with the military, so he switched from Scouts to the Young Marines in 2008.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Kennesaw to have public meetings on SPLOST, Dallas-Watts project
The City of Kennesaw will have two public meetings in the next two weeks at the Ben Robertson Community Center, 2753 Watts Drive in Kennesaw.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Kennesaw sets SPLOST wish list
If the voters of Cobb County pass the 2016 SPLOST in November, Kennesaw Mayor Mark Mathews, left, and his team, including City Manager Steve Kennedy, right, are looking at closing the intersection of Cherokee Street and Big Shanty Road.
Long awaited 150th for Kennesaw battle is finally here
As much or more as any other event in local history, Sherman's invasion and the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain during the Civil War put this part of northwest Georgia "on the map" of the nation's consciousness.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Early Voting Underway for Alderman Runoff
A runoff election to determine the City of Acworth's new Post 3 Alderman will be held on July 22, but you can cast your vote early.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Allegood's aims: Rec center anchors Acworth SPLOST wish list
Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood, right, chats with James Albright, director of parks and recreation and community resources for the city of Acworth, Friday evening at the corner of Old Cherokee Street and Logan Road.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Consensus builder wants to move county forward
'I had a number of people that came to me. Lot of friends with the chamber, some with Leadership Cobb that said, 'We need a strong candidate to run against Bill.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Johnston defeats Sherman at Kennesaw Mountain
TIM ISBELLBenjamin Cheatham and Patrick Cleburne's Confederate defended against repeated attacks by Jefferson C. Davis and John Newton's Federals at Kennesaw Mountain.
Letter Describes Battle of Kennesaw Mountain
A letter recently donated to the libraries at the University of Georgia gives an eyewitness account of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain during the Civil War.
Kennesaw councilman charged with child molestation released on bond
Kennesaw City Councilman Leonard Church, charged with child molestation, was released from the Cobb County Jail on bond Saturday morning.
Momentous occasion: Active duty soldiers honor - those who've gone before'
Members of the United States Army Color Guard from the 1-19 Infantry Battalion from Fort Benning present the colors during the dedication of the Regular Army Monument off Burnt Hickory Road.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Kennesaw City Councilman, former mayor, arrested on child molestation charges
Leonard Leroy Church, 66, a former mayor of Kennesaw and current city councilman, has been arrested on child molestation charges according to a release from Cobb police.