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Category Archives: Politics
By NOELLE HUNTER Past and Present, City of Kennesaw Has Much to Offer Residents Marietta City Manager: Community Building Prevents Crime The Cities of Cobb County Cobb County is one of the five counties that share the Atlanta metropolitan area … Continue reading
KENNESAW, Ga. ― Pamela Davis, media and marketing specialist for the city of Kennesaw, recently spoke to Kennesaw State University seniors about the history and new developments happening in the city of Kennesaw. Davis has worked as the media marketing … Continue reading
By RICHARD CHASE BROWN The Georgia county of Cobb continues to grow and the cities of Marietta, Smyrna and Austell, which are all part of the county, are no exception. The continuous growth of these cities can make it difficult … Continue reading
By CHASE BROWN SPLOST – What Is It Good For? Cobb County Hosts Variety of Events, Brings Inexpensive Entertainment and Leisure Opportunities to Its Citizens Created in 1832, Cobb County was named after state senator Thomas Willis Cobb. Cobb County … Continue reading
Cobb County Hosts Variety of Events, Brings Inexpensive Entertainment and Leisure Opportunities to Its Citizens
By KATHRYN BENNETT Some of the best-kept secrets in Cobb County are right under the noses of the general population in the metro-Atlanta community, where the county government employees take pride in the standard of living they are able to … Continue reading
By KATHRYN BENNETT With nationwide economic hardship, different entities have seen how much they rely on a steady economy to provide their service to the general public. This reigns true for all government agencies
By GREG BIEGER Cobb County school officials are predicting a deficit of at least $79.5 million for the budget of fiscal year 2014. Cobb County School District Chief Financial Officer Brad Johnson presented the projected fiscal year 2014 budget to … Continue reading
By ROBAEL ENYEW When the polls opened up for early voting in Georgia on Oct. 15, the ballot for the Cobb County Sheriff included the names Neil Warren and Gregory Gilstrap for the third consecutive time.
By LAUREN SHANTHA ATLANTA – On November 6, voters of Georgia will not only be voting for the country’s next president; they will also vote for their choice of Public Service Commissioner of District 3.