Buffalo's Cafe Opens New Location in Acworth-Kennesaw Area
A new Buffalo's Cafe opened this week in the Acworth-Kennesaw area on Cobb Parkway.
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Kennesaw's Unemployment Rate Rises to 7.3% in January
Patch Staff Report The Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday that Metro Atlanta's unemployment rate increased to 7.2 percent in January, up four-tenths of a percentage point from 6.8 percent in December.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Women's study reveals new facts about female-owned businesses
It is not too late to sign up for the 14th Annual Phenomenal Women's Conference at KSU Siegel Institute if you do so by March 14. It is not too late to sign up for the 14th Annual Phenomenal Women's Conference at KSU Siegel Institute if you do so by March 14. Women seeking to start their own businesses or advance their careers in 2014 just received ... (more)
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Metro Atlanta man gets 10 years for $5.5M tax fraud scheme
Acworth, Ga., resident Bradford Thomas was sentenced to 10 years and one month in prison for using stolen identities of prisoners to file false federal income tax returns that claimed more than $5.5 million in fraudulent refunds.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Whole Foods to open store in Kennesaw, Georgia in 2016
Whole Foods announced in a press release on February 12, 2014 that it would be opening a new store in Kennesaw, Georgia in 2016.
Nunn talks guns, immigration at KSU
U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn takes a few moments to discuss her views with the MDJ before addressing Cobb County residents who gathered Saturday at the Kennesaw State University Student Center to learn about the processes of the upcoming campaign for which they are volunteering.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Congrats Fit City Kennesaw
After a great day of fun and family fitness surrounded by like minded organizations and individuals, Fit City Kennesaw earned a $1500 grant for the best participation.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Sentenced: Duo Tried to Take Forsyth Homes They Did Not Own
The Kennesaw woman who was found guilty of racketeering and mortgage fraud last week has been sentenced to 40 years, with 20 years to serve in prison and the rest on probation.
Man convicted of molesting Marietta girl; faces up to 40 years in prison
A Lawrenceville man was found guilty in Cobb Superior Court Thursday of molesting a young girl at a Marietta apartment.
KSU in talks with artist after removing her work
KENNESAW, Ga. - Kennesaw State University officials say they're considering the idea of displaying artwork that school officials ordered removed from the opening of a new museum on campus.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Residents decry proposals for gas station, used-car lot
Tom and Michelle Rath stand near the site of a proposed QuikTrip convenience store they say will bring additional congestion to an already busy intersection at Hickory Grove and Wade Green roads in Kennesaw.
Kennesaw Super Hero 5K to Benefit Schools, Special Olympics
By Patch Staff The inaugural Super Hero 5K race benefiting the Kennesaw Big Shanty Foundation and the Law Enforcement Torch Run will be held Sunday, March 23 at 7 a.m. on Cobb International Boulevard in Kennesaw.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Kennesaw! $1500 Grant Slipping Through Our Hands
We have until Thursday to register for this Free Event at the Capitol. Healthy kids Georgia day is brought to you by Lt Governor Casey Cagle.
Undeveloped land stirs up controversy in Cobb
The rebounding economy is spurring new construction projects, which has housing developers and Cobb residents going toe-to-toe over slivers of undeveloped land.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
State of Georgia
John Albert Amandolia stands in front of a wall outside the Georgia Senate.
When John Albert Amandolia heard about the Georgia Senate Page Program , he knew that this was the job for him.
Lecture: March 8, 2014 - The Atlanta Campaign
On March 8, 2014, the Kennesaw Historical Society and the Southern Museum are sponsoring a lecture entitled The Atlanta Campaign, with author Michael Shaffer.
Kennesaw City Council approves jail remodeling
The renovation plans for the Kennesaw City Jail took a $100,000 dip when the estimates by a Decatur-based contractor came in over budget.
Residents asked to voice opinions on improvements to Swift-Cantrell Park
Tonight, city staff and citizens of the 'Fit City' will discuss large projects and minor tweaks needed for the 42-acre Swift-Cantrell Park, off Old Highway 41 near the corner of Jiles Road in Kennesaw.
City of Smyrna considering a smoking ban
Elected officials are eyeing a ban on smoking in Smyrna's city parks. City Council heard a draft ordinance that would prohibit smoking in city parks for the first time Monday night at a work session prior to its regular meeting.