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About: marietta, georgia

One of Metro Atlanta's largest suburbs, its located 20 miles to the NW of the city in the heart of Cobb County. The city had been destroyed by fire on more than 3 occasions including the Union Army's torching of the city in 1864. In the area, don't miss out on seeing the Big Chicken on US 41 or the Gone with the Wind Museum.

Population: 58748
Local Newspapers: Marietta Daily Journal Atlanta Journal Constitution
Local Sports Teams: Atlanta Braves (MLB) Falcons (NFL) and Hawks (NBA).
Local Colleges: Southern Polytechnic State Uni Chattahoochee Technical College

Zip Codes associated with marietta, georgia: 30008 30060 30062 30064 30066 30067 30068 30349
Towns/Cities near marietta, georgia : Smyrna Kennesaw Sandy Springs

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Icy roads, downed trees causing head aches across metro

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EDITORIAL: Santa brings $3 million for Marietta High college and career academy

It was Christmas come early for Marietta schools on Thursday. That's when Santa Claus, otherwise known as the Technical College System of Georgia, nestled a $3 million gift under the school system's tree.

Up to 10 inches smothers, covers parts of the county

On Friday, Cobb Countians got a taste of what would already be an unusual winter before winter had even officially began.

American Red Cross seeking December blood donations

The best gifts can't be bought in a store. The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give more life by giving blood this December.

Switzer Library to present WWI veteran trial

The Switzer Library, 266 Roswell Street in Marietta, will have on Dec. 12 at 6:30 p.m. "The Notorious Trial of World War I Veteran George Goumas."

Elementary school singing groups visit United Community Bank

The United Community Bank's Polk Street branch, at 1001 Polk Street in Marietta, had the West Side Elementary School Singing Stingers sing to them on Dec. 4. The bank's Lost Mountain branch, at 5100 Dallas Highway in Powder Springs, had the Vaughan Elementary Choral Group sing to them on Dec. 1. Both schools also stopped by to sing for members at ... (more)

Winter storm surprises Cobb with amount of snow

Ann Garcia and her sister Veronica admire the beauty of the fallen snow on Friday on the Marietta Square as their dog "South" slips on the slushy substance.

Nagel named Latter-day Saints bishop in Marietta

Bill Nagel was newly called as bishop of the Marietta Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Dec. 3. Serving with Bishop Nagel is Ben Brooks as first counselor and Brandon Arthur as second counselor.

Parisi Speed School opening in Marietta

Parisi Speed School announced that it will open a location inside G4 Performance Training, 1400 S. Marietta Parkway in Marietta.

Paul Davis hosts live burn, fire awareness program on Dec. 12

Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling of North Atlanta will host a live burn event for insurance professionals, property managers, facility and risk managers on Dec. 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cobb County Fire Department Training Center, 2109 Valor Drive in Marietta.

Habitat dedicates two new homes

NW Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, at 1625 Spring Road in Smyrna, dedicated two homes in Marietta on Dec. 2 thanks to The Cobb Catholic Coalition for Habitat, Citi Retail Services and Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church.

Marietta City Schools awarded $3 million College and Career Academy grant

Chattahoochee Technical College representatives and local business partners stand alongside Marietta school district officials Thursday morning after the district was awarded a $3 million grant for Marietta High's College and Career Academy.

Cobb school board reduces oversight committee meetings to 4 a year

The Cobb school board voted 5-2 Wednesday morning to reduce the frequency of the district's SPLOST oversight committee meetings - but not before a lengthy back and forth between board members about the importance of fiscal transparency and the role the group plays.

KSU professor to compete in TV baking competition

An English professor at Kennesaw State University is one of 10 contestants set to compete on the latest edition of ABC's "The Great American Baking Show," which premieres tonight at 9 p.m. Molly Brodak is an author and teaches at KSU's Marietta campus, but baking is her hobby.

Theater owner has big plans for Harry's plaza

Open retail spaces next to the Studio Movie Grill could be getting new businesses to enhance a night out on the town in Marietta.

City of Marietta releases new free Trash Talk app

The city of Marietta's Sanitation and IT Departments have released a new citizen-friendly, free sanitation app called "Trash Talk," to better aid residents with their trash and recycling needs.

Jim Ellis Automotive Group starts campaign to wipe out distracted driving

The Jim Ellis Automotive Group, which has dealerships in Kennesaw and Marietta, has initiated a campaign to wipe out distracted driving this holiday season in a partnership with the National Safety Council.

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