Attorney, Lee at odds over Cobb Police problems
Attorney Lance LoRusso at the Cobb police facility at South Marietta Parkway and Cherokee Street.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Profiler, doctor analyze Harris
More than a month after the death of 22-month-old Cooper Harris shocked Marietta and the nation, Cobb police continue to investigate his father after charging him with murder.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Off-Duty Officer Charged With DUI
An off-duty Cobb County officer is facing legal troubles of his own. Cobb County Police on Saturday arrested Woodstock resident Austin Reese Chadwick, 23, and charged him with driving under the influence, failure to maintain lane and failure to report an accident.
Loudermilk sets his bar high; He's headed to Washington after one-sided win over Barr
Once a relatively unknown name outside of his home in Cassville, Barry Loudermilk emerged victorious from Tuesday's congressional runoff, edging out former U.S. Rep. Bob Barr to fill outgoing U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey's seat.
Bob for Cobb
Bob Weatherford celebrates with supporters Tuesday night as he claimed a rousing victory over Bill Byrne for the Cobb Board of Commissioners District 1 seat.
Ann Harris wins Cobb Superior Court judgeship
Ann Harris, second from right, is seen through the window of The Local, a restaurant on Marietta Square on Tuesday night as she views results of her lead widening over opponent Juanita Stedman.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Elections Georgia runoff liveblog #2
Georgia is holding its primary runoff tonight, and our guide to the key races can be found here.
One Team. One Goal. Student Success.
Retired educator Betty Gray fires up an auditorium full of current principals and assistant principals as one of several guest speakers Tuesday morning at Kennesaw Mountain High School at the 2014 Cobb County School District Leadership Kickoff.
County condemnations under fire at Mableton town hall meeting
Denise Barton holds up a copy of the Marietta Daily Journal at the First Baptist Church of Mableton on Monday as she complains about her house being put up for condemnation.
Cobb DOT: SPLOST reduces accidents
Cobb County roads have become significantly safer in the years since a series of SPLOST improvements were completed, according to a new study from the county's transportation department.
Cobb sheriff's deputy booked on DUI charge
A Cobb County sheriff's deputy was arrested by Cobb police Saturday on charges of DUI, failure to maintain lane and failure to report an accident - all misdemeanors.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
New principals of Cobb
Three of the newest principals taking over leadership duties in Cobb County Schools include, Lisa Williams at Lindley Middle School, Shea Thomas at Kemp Elementary School and Kimberly Jackson at Garret Middle School.
Byrne, Weatherford speak out on Cobb's 1993 anti-gay resolution
Bill Byrne should have found a way to avoid an "anti-gay" resolution the county passed during his time as chairman, Bob Weatherford believes.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Sandy Springs company may be offered a grant by Cobb Development Authority
The Development Authority of Cobb County will offer money to an unnamed business if it agrees to move to the county.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
SPLOST favored in west Cobb ... excluding BRT
West Cobb Commissioner Helen Goreham said she will be voting for the SPLOST next Tuesday, but she emphasized the project list still isn't complete.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
This property is condemned: Family plans to fight losing cherished land
Keith and Denise Barton of Mableton are puzzled about how Cobb County can come in and condemn their homestead in Mableton.
Cobb Judge Mary Staley to preside over Justin Ross Harris case
Cobb Superior Court Judge Mary Staley was assigned Tuesday to hear all future court proceedings involving Justin Ross Harris, said Tom Charron, court administrator.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Yes' for road upgrades, - no' for BRT
Transportation projects drove the discussion at a public meeting Monday for residents of the southeast Cobb district represented by Commissioner Bob Ott.
Embattled Bacon: Mayor pulls back (a bit) from - Polack' comment
"I'VE BEEN IN OFFICE so long my filter's just about come off," said Smyrna Mayor Max Bacon at the outset of his "State of the City" speech last week.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
It gets hot, but it doesn't get old': Sheriff touts Corn Boilin' as another success
After 25 years, Cobb officials and politicians continue to enjoy socializing and campaigning while snacking on boiled corn on the cob, fried pig fatback and hoecakes.