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Parents and students involved in the nationally recognized band program at Lassiter High School are upset with their new band director and say the district hasn't been responsive to their complaints.
Retired Addison Elementary School Principal Genie Byrd, right, and retired teacher Margaret Caudle, finish their presentation Friday of their book 'Santa's 911 Meeting,' with students at the school.
Those opposed to offering tax breaks on a developer's $103 million apartment and office project will get a chance to weigh in at a bond validation hearing Tuesday.
A significant investment is needed for The Weather Channel to remain at its current headquarters in suburban Atlanta, an executive said Tuesday.
Mega Millions has a massive jackpot tonight with $344 million waiting to be won.
In this November 2013 file photo, employment opportunity banners stand in the foreground as retired U.S. Navy Chief Jerome Porter, of Atlanta, talks with a recruiter during a job fair for veterans at the VFW Post 2681, in Marietta, Ga.
A witness found the body and called police at around 10:30 a.m., according to Marietta police spokesman David Baldwin.
Eldan Recycling A/S has commissioned a model E2500C cable recycling plant at Marietta Recycling's scrap metal facility in Marietta, Ga.
Six months after the Cobb County district attorney dropped racketeering, theft and other charges against a former federal prosecutor, an Atlanta attorney and a Marietta businessman, the three former defendants - all with ties to gun manufacturer Glock Inc. - have notified the city of Smyrna that they intend to sue the city for malicious ... (more)
Director Pete Borden of east Cobb speaks to the cast for his upcoming play 'Christmas at Sweet Apple,' which opens on Friday at the Art Place, Mountainview.
Dorothy Lee Crosby Coleman, 88, of Tifton died Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, at Cypress Pond Assisted Living.
Especially during the holiday season, community contributions-whether it's sharing photos with Santa, family rituals or reflections of thanks-is a hugely important part of Marietta.
The superintendent, school board and state lawmakers agree on one thing: The financial future for Cobb County schools is bleak.
In this Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013, file photo, employment opportunity banners stand in the foreground as retired U.S. Navy Chief Jerome Porter, of Atlanta, talks with a recruiter during a job fair for veterans at the VFW Post 2681, in Marietta, Ga.