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The Development Authority of Cobb County's attorney on Tuesday tried to quash a discussion of that agency's controversial practice of handing out tax breaks that slash future school revenue to developers.
Police investigators gather at the rear of a home at 211 Aviation Road SE in Marietta where a suspicious death of an elderly female is being investigated.
Need to find a new home for old computers or phones or books you no longer read? Here is our guide to getting stuff out of your basement and into all the right places-that is, everywhere but the landfill.
The Marietta Police Department is investigating a serious injury pedestrian crash that occurred on Delk Road, at the intersection with Franklin Road.
Marietta City Schools will host a reception on Dec. 17 at 5:30 p.m. honoring two retiring members of the Board of Education of the City of Marietta : Tony Fasola and Stuart Fleming.
Michelle Wexler, 28, died Dec. 6 from a brain aneurysm after a six-month battle with cancer.
Cobb County's average public high school graduation rate for 2013 rose by 1 percentage point, topping the state average by 5 percent and the city of Marietta by 10 percent.
The 61st Airlift Squadron at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., received another C-130J Super Hercules that was ferried from the Lockheed Martin plant in Marietta, Ga., by a U.S. Air Force crew, Dec. 12, 2013.
Christmas and New Year's are getting closer and closer and the blues are bubbling all over town to help you celebrate! Here are the big blues shows around town during the coming week: Monday, it's Truett Lollis and friends at Darwin's in Marietta.
U.S. Rep. Dr. Phil Gingrey , with his wife, Billie, announces his bid for the U.S. Senate.
Hickory Hills Elementary School student Mary Emmalyn-MacPherson uses an oil can to improvise into a pop singer as her classmates Kaylee Vincente and Amy Morales watch Wednesday during drama class.
City Council voted 6-1 on Wednesday to raise water rates by 40 cents a month, or $4.80 a year, effective Jan. 1. The vote ratified the decision of the Board of Lights and Water, the city's utility.