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Attorney Lance LoRusso at the Cobb police facility at South Marietta Parkway and Cherokee Street.
The following roads will be closed in Marietta in the next week for railroad maintenance.
The East Marietta Library, 2051 Lower Roswell Road in Marietta, will have a Catapult Workshop for ages 6 to 12 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Marietta City Councilman Anthony Coleman, left, along with James and Dorothy Richards, looks over the progress inside the Lawrence Street Recreation Center on Thursday.
Covenant Presbyterian Church pastor the Rev. Zeta T. Lamberson is ready to deliver the message Sunday for the church's 50th anniversary celebration in the Marietta community.
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.
The Cumberland Community Improvement District spent much of its Thursday meeting allocating money to beautify the area.
The American Flyers will perform Saturday at the Glover Park Concert series at Glover Park on the Marietta Square at 50 North Park Square.
Marietta, Georgia-based wholesale building supply company Robert Bowden announced this week that it would begin using Epicor's BizTrack software.
Kendra Cosner, whose son dances with Zack Everhart at his family's Kennesaw studio, checks in on his grandmother, Karen Everhart, minutes before Zack performs live on national television on 'So You Think You Can Dance?" Staff/Sarah Westwood KENNESAW - A 20-year-old from Kennesaw thinks he can dance, and his fans, including the city's mayor, agree.
The park is hosting 4 casting calls for actors, singers, and dancers in Marietta and Austell.
Police are searching for a suspect accused of robbing a Marietta bank Tuesday evening.
Friday, The Georgia Flood comes to Darwin's with their exceptional young blues energy and talent.
Staff / Samantha M. Shal / From left, Michael Willis, 19, who graduated from Westminster and will attend the University of Georgia in the fall, talks with volunteer Andrew Aiken, a member of Northside United Methodist Church, about the Metro Atlanta Project in which the group is building a wheelchair ramp at the home of a disabled military veteran.
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