Monday Jul 21
Runoff sees candidates' highs, lows
In the two months since a number of primary contests were whittled down to two contenders, candidates for seats from the local school board to the U.S. House have not pulled punches in their efforts to emerge victorious Tuesday.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Entertainment Law Leader Joel A. Katz to Speak at Kennesaw State University Commencement
WHO/WHEN: Commencement schedule: Entertainment & Sports Law Section, Katz is widely recognized as a leader in entertainment law.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
New website offers one-stop-shopping for transit riders
Metro Atlanta transit riders now have a website they can call on to help them transfer more smoothly from one of the region's transit systems to another.
Restoration and transformation': Richmont Graduate University to move campus to Cobb
Cobb residents will soon have another option for higher education. Officials from Chattanooga-based Richmont Graduate University, which offers master's degrees in counseling and ministry fields, recently announced they will relocate their Atlanta campus to Cobb County.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Walking in their footsteps: Locals reenact the deportation of 400 women, children in 1864
In July 1864, under the order of Union General William T. Sherman, over 400 workers at the Roswell Mill, mostly women and children, were brought to the railroad depot in Marietta.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Fighting stress, the Chinese way
An attendee at a recent Qigong/Tai Chi class practices her technique. Coupled with Qigong, Kennesaw State University's Osher Institute is offering two unique classes with the goal of improving students' well-being.
Zuckerman Museum of Art exhibits range of work by American modernist Virginia Dudley
Chattanooga native Virginia Dudley exemplified nearly every major trend in American modernism for almost forty years.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Building Operating Management
Multiple Layers Help Colleges, Universities Maximize Effectiveness Of Mass Notification
Kennesaw State University faced the question of how to handle older infrastructure as it put its overall mass notification system in place, says Bob Lang, chief security officer.
'Tater' the dog survives being impaled while chasing squirrel
Ball Ground, Ga. Tater Blackwell lives a pretty charmed life. Rescued as a puppy, the Australian cattle dog/blue heeler mix goes to work every day at Kennesaw State University's 25-acre farm, with his owner Michael Blackwell.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Daily Tribune News
Soul Sistas Run to host college and career day
On July 19, Soul Sistas Run will host It's a Different World College Fair and Career Day to assist local youth with information on preparing for college or a career after high school.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Free patriotic concert tonight at KSU
The Georgia Symphony orchestra will be performing a free concert at Kennesaw State University tonight on the Campus Green.
Cobb DOT talks bus line to link area universities
A new bus route could ferry Kennesaw State University students to other universities in Atlanta and Cobb as early as fall of next year.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Man charged in threat against KSU student
According to reports, Ryan Berry contacted the victim, a Kennesaw State University student, and threatened to kill him by ripping out his throat and stuffing it down his lungs.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Smyrna Exhibition to Mark Anniversary Of Civil War Battle
Edited from the City of Smyrna Are you a history fan and/or student of history? The City of Smyrna has a three-day exhibit set for July 1 - 3 at Brawner Hall, located at 3180 Atlanta Road, commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War in Georgia and Smyrna.
Last Two Standing For Miss Georgia Title Had Cobb Ties
By Clifton Phillips The new Miss Georgia 2014 is Maggie Bridges, a 21-year-old junior at the Georgia Institute of Technology.