A Customer Service department supervisor is facing charges she stole more than $1,300 worth of cash and merchandise from the supermarket where she worked.
MARIETTA — Mark Hulsey, 68, was a junior when, in the cold and pouring rain, the Marietta Blue Devils won the 1967 state championship game 14-7 against Columbus High School at Georgia Tech’s Grant Field.
CUMBERLAND — Hundreds of community leaders, elected officials and business owners showed up Wednesday to honor Smyrna Mayor Max Bacon for his 40 years of service to the city, 34 of which he served as mayor.
A local couple is frustrated with the city of Atlanta’s new solid waste fee schedule after their annual bill rose by 26 times from 2018 to this year.
The governor and Georgia’s soon-retired U.S. senator were among those who praised U.S. Rep. Tom Graves for his work in Congress following his announcement he will not seek re-election to the congressional seat that represents Paulding County.
Through Dec. 31, Lawrenceville-based Peachtree Packaging & Display and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta are asking metro Atlantans to support the pediatric hospital system by sending it thank-you notes via all social media platforms.
GreyStone Power is giving members a money-back credit of $4 million after record high temperatures lasting into early October brought in more revenue than projected to the electric co-op.
Former Cobb County Chairman Tim Lee will be posthumously honored Monday when the county’s governing board is expected to rename the East Cobb Senior Center the Tim D. Lee Senior Center.
Tears rolled down nearly 84-year-old Alice Medlin's face when she learned she'd been named the North Georgia Outstanding Crossing Guard of the Year by the Georgia Safe Routes to School.
The city of Alpharetta announced it will stop funding the annual Old Soldiers Day Parade, largely due to the controversy surrounding the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Superintendent Chris Ragsdale is expected to ask the Cobb school board to consider borrowing $100 million for construction projects funded by the latest voter-approved special 1% sales tax for education.
A Rockmart man who was paraprofessional at an elementary school in Sandy Springs working with special needs children was sentenced to prison in federal court.
The Sandy Springs Police Department announced the woman who had been missing since Dec. 10 and may have been in danger has been found and is safe.
A man who worked as a paraprofessional at a Sandy Springs elementary school has been sentenced to prison for possessing about 800 images and about 600 videos of child pornography. In his job as a paraprofessional, he worked with special needs children.
The Polk County Police Department seeks the public's help in tracking down a suspect accused in an armed robbery early Tuesday morning, and have provided additional information.
MARIETTA — A new Marietta Square restaurant is being allowed to operate under the name On North, Eatery and Bar, according to the latest court ruling in a case brought by the owner of existing Square restaurant The Marietta Local.
The Atlanta Police Department announced it has identified the teenage boy abandoned at Grady Memorial Hospital downtown a week ago.
MARIETTA — The Marietta school board approved a $75,000 contract with Clearwater Consulting on Tuesday to provide cultural fluency training to Marietta High School and school district leadership, aiming to open a dialogue about equity among students of various cultures and backgrounds.
MARIETTA — All Marietta school district staff, part-time and full-time, will receive a holiday bonus ranging from $600 to $1,200 just before Christmas after the school board’s unanimous approval.
Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, commemorates the Maccabees’ win over the Syrian Greek army and the subsequent miracle of rededicating the holy temple in Jerusalem and restoring its menorah, or lamp.
Marietta City Councilman Reggie Copeland is continuing to question whether it’s right to keep sending the city’s inmates to the Cobb County Adult Detention Center for another seven years.
A Marietta man has been indicted on aggravated child molestation and other charges after police said he assaulted a juvenile girl several years ago at an Austell property.
Oak Grove Elementary School Fine Arts Academy officially opened its school-based food pantry Monday with a ribbon-cutting and reception with partners and volunteers.
WOODSTOCK — A three-story medical office building could soon be built on Rope Mill Road and annexed into Woodstock, after the City Council considers the plans for the building Dec. 16.
An 18-year-old man from Mississippi has been indicted on rape and aggravated sexual battery charges in Cobb County, after police said he broke into a hotel room and attacked a juvenile girl in the middle of the night.
The Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency will be adding a third summer camp location in 2020 following approval of a budget amendment by the board of commissioners Tuesday night.
An Austell teenager has been indicted on felony murder and other charges after crashing a stolen vehicle and killing his 17-year-old brother in the process, according to Cobb authorities.
Polk County Police are seeking help identifying the suspect in the photo attached to this story this morning after they are alleged to have committed an armed robbery at the Cowboys gas station on Highway 278 in the Fish Creek area overnight.
Nadine Turner said she felt nothing but warmth at Christmas Kindness, an outreach program of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church in Buckhead.
Cobb County Police Department staff is hosting a one-day safety academy on Saturday to cover some important topics the community frequently has questions about.
Fulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts is hoping to inspire local faith leaders to take action with a new initiative aimed at tackling the HIV and AIDS crisis in metro-Atlanta.
Some local and state leaders admitted they were surprised by District 14 U.S. Rep. Tom Graves’ announcement Dec. 5 he was not seeking re-election in 2020 to a sixth term.
Marietta, Allatoona and Harrison high schools are calling on fans to help them drum up excitement and school pride ahead of championship games this weekend.
If school board members give a thumbs-up to the chosen consultant on Tuesday, Marietta High School staff can expect to undergo cultural fluency training in the near future at a cost of $75,000.
CUMBERLAND — Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood this week welcomed in the holiday season and ushered out the Cobb Chamber of Commerce’s First Monday Breakfast series with a call to action: give generously.
Christmas could come early in the Marietta City School District, as the school board is set to consider holiday bonuses, ranging from $600 to $1,200 for its staff.