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Smyrna Chevron Robbed Friday Night
According to Cobb police, a Smyrna-area convenience store was robbed at gunpoint late Friday night.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Retired Cobb educator eyes Post 2 seat held by Stultz
Retired Cobb School District administrator Susan Thayer of Smyrna has qualified to run for the Post 2 seat on the Cobb Board of Education now held by Tim Stultz.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Atlanta Man Sentenced for Trio of 2013 Armed Robberies
By Kristal Dixon An Atlanta man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for using a firearm while committing armed robbery.
Register Now for the Smyrna Citizen Fire Academy
Patch Staff Report The City of Smyrna announced this week that the Smyrna Fire Department will be conducting its second Citizen Fire Academy scheduled to begin on March 27. This is a nine-week program aimed at providing a behind-the-scenes look into fire and emergency services.
Labor Market Could Be Back to Normal in 2018, CBO Predicts
That's often the disgruntled voter's typical refrain after his candidate loses the presidential election.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Cobb candidates turn out for day two of qualifying
Retired principal Bill Scott signed up at the Cobb GOP headquarters Tuesday to run for the seat being vacated by Cobb Board of Education Chairwoman Kathleen Angelucci.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
A Whirlwind Atlanta Visit for Vice President Biden
Vice President Joe Biden packed a lot into his zigzagging visit to Atlanta on Tuesday jumping from East Lake to Smyrna and points in-between.
Georgia elementary school paraprofessional charged with slapping autistic 5-year-old
A woman working in a Georgia elementary school is charged with misdemeanor battery after being accused of slapping an autistic pre-kindergartner.
Cobb Father, Daughter Arrested; Girl Found Living in Filth
Cobb police have arrested a mother and her father after they discovered a 6-year-old living in deplorable conditions inside a Marietta-area home.
City of Smyrna considering a smoking ban
Elected officials are eyeing a ban on smoking in Smyrna's city parks. City Council heard a draft ordinance that would prohibit smoking in city parks for the first time Monday night at a work session prior to its regular meeting.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Nearby: 'College Credit Now' Summit Tuesday in Smyrna
Patch Staff Report Cobb County students and families can learn how to earn college credit while enrolled in Cobb high schools at the College Credit Now Summit March 4 at Campbell High School.
Smyrna Fire Displaces Residents of Five Apartment Units
A spokesperson with the Cobb County Fire Department said an apartment fire Sunday in Smyrna displaced residents of five apartment units.
LIVE: Smyrna City Council Meets Monday Night
The City of Smyrna is broadcasting Monday evening's city council meeting online.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Test for Smyrna, Emory-Adventist Emergency Operation Center
Patch Staff Report On Friday, March 21, Emory-Adventist Hospital at Smyrna will partner with the City of Smyrna for a citywide tornado drill.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Qualifying opens Monday
Residents who want to challenge their school board member or state senator may have a chance to do so when qualifying opens Monday.
Area student to represent Cobb at oratorical contest
Seventeen-year-old Renee Dodson loves the Constitution. Today, she will be representing Cobb County at the state level of the American Legion Oratorical Contest in Perry.
Plans move forward for Powder Springs St. veterans center
A veterans center is planned for the Cobb County Senior Services Center plaza at 1150 Powder Springs St. In front of the plaza are, front from left: Glen Martin, Disabled American Veterans past state commander Chapter 6; Rich Sestili, DAV adjutant and public relations director Chapter 6; Bill Delamater, DAV Chapter 6; Samuel Perry, American Legion ... (more)
Fri Feb 28, 2014
School workers to be rewarded after snowstorm; 1,500 employees to get bonus checks
Roughly 1,500 Cobb School District employees will be getting larger pay checks in the coming months with the school board's Thursday decision recognizing the bus drivers, teachers and staff who worked through the Jan. 28 snowstorm.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Smyrna top city with 31 building permits
The city of Smyrna leads the way for new residential construction at the beginning of 2014.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Police: Smyrna man had drugs within 1,000 feet of a school
Smyrna Police arrested Kevin Lavaughn Reynolds Feb. 21 on three felony charges of possession and distribution of cocaine and marijuana.