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Temperatures are climbing into the upper 60s, but two years ago today, Metro Atlanta was frolicking in the results of a serious winter storm that just wouldn't go away.
Temperatures are climbing into the upper 60s, but two years ago today, Metro Atlanta was frolicking in the results of an serious winter storm that just wouldn't go away.
The Neighborhood Files
Patch is giving away a pair of tickets to Sunday's culinary feast in Midtown Atlanta.
Local municipalities, chambers of commerce and even businesses are mobilizing to get voters to the polls in support of TSLOST on July 31. How to you feel about this effort?
"It is a tax increase that the people themselves will decide about," the Georgia Governor said this week.
The Cobb school board heard budget-cutting options and refused to revisit the school calendar issue this week.
The East Cobb commissioner will make his theatrical debut in The Strand's production of The Odd Couple next week.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
The purpose of the awards is not only to recognize good works in the county, but also to provide a model and inspiration for the rest of the Cobb community.
John Miller finished three votes behind incumbent Smyrna city council member Melleny Pritchett in Tuesday's elections.
Marietta agency in need of canned meats, fruit, dry milk and cereal.
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