Customs center will make McCollum more attractive
International flights can depart from Cobb County Airport-McCollum Field in Kennesaw.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Kennesaw City Council votes to ban smoking in parks
Kennesaw residents enjoying the city's parks will now be able to "breathe easy."
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Sewer overflow reported in Kennesaw
A wastewater manhole overflow, resulting in an estimated 70 gallons discharged into a storm ditch that contributes to Proctor Creek, occurred at 12:31 p.m. on Aug. 14, at 3110 Moon Station Road in Kennesaw.
Tobacco use banned at Kennesaw city parks
The Kennesaw city council voted Monday night to ban the use of all tobacco products in the city's parks, including the ban on e-cigarettes.
New principal follows family tradition
Alison Broughton, the new principal at Baker Elementary School in Acworth, stands in front of the signage welcoming her arrival.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Cobb County airport to build customs facility
Cobb County officials say upgrades to an airport in Kennesaw are expected to help the facility begin receiving international flights.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
'I'm OK' - Sparkman slowly recovers with help from hard-working Kennestone team
Jamie Sparkman watches her husband, Christopher, the security guard shot during the April FedEx shooting, as he answers a few questions from the media about his condition and recovery.
Coleman to turn self in Monday, bond to be set at $100K
Marietta Councilman Anthony Coleman, who is accused of violating the federal racketeering act, will turn himself in to the county jail Monday, his lawyer Tom Browning said.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Website at center of ethics complaint in Kennesaw
When a doctor told missionary David Writebol that his wife, Nancy, had contracted the Ebola virus while they were serving in Liberia, he says they turned to God for help.
Ethics complaint brought against Kennesaw mayor
A Kennesaw resident and longtime critic of Kennesaw Mayor Mark Mathews filed an ethics complaint against the mayor Tuesday, alleging he improperly used public funds on a personal matter, a charge Mathews rebuts.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
UNITE's Arrive Alive Tour to visit Kennesaw on Aug. 19
Kennesaw State University and the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety will offer UNITE's Arrive Alive Tour, a drunken driving education program for students, on Aug. 19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at KSU's Cobb Avenue, outside the Student Recreation & Wellness Center Building No.
Reversible lanes counter direction and counter congestion
Details are coming into focus about the $834 million reversible express lanes project to be constructed in Cobb and Cherokee counties - and the picture is looking better and better.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Fetch Your News
Kelly Ann Price: Obituary
Kelly Ann Price age 43 of Woodstock passed away August 5, 2014 at North Georgia Medical Center in Ellijay, GA.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Storms bring rain, lightning, fires to Cobb
Cobb firefighters wait on a ladder for their fire hose line to charge at Mountain Park Estates apartment homes at about 3 p.m. Friday.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Smoke free parks? A new ordinance in Kennesaw could come by month's end
Smoking could be banned at all Kennesaw city parks under a possible code change as early as the end of this month.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
On the ball: Swordsman's Ball to help fight cancer in Cobb and beyond
Co-Chairmen for this year's American Cancer Society Swordsman Ball are Tom Heyer and his wife, Wendy Bunch-Heyer, Executive Leadership Council representative Babe Atkins-Byrne and Justin and Jenni O'Dell.
Church attends council meeting: Judge modifies bond to allow attendance
Councilman Leonard Church attended Monday night's Kennesaw City Council meeting, but only after a judge accepted a change to his original bond permitting him to do so.
As Cobb goes, so goes Atlanta: ARC leader encourages Cobb to lead
Cobb needs a strong Atlanta, and Atlanta needs a strong Cobb. This simple phrase was repeated often and in many forms during a presentation made by Doug Hooker, executive director of the Atlanta Regional Commission, during the Cobb Chamber of Commerce's First Monday breakfast event.
Two Cobb cities top list of Georgia's safest
Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood talks with Police Chief Wayne Dennard, who along with Capt.