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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

Marietta News
County commission approves island roundabouts design, beach concessions

Glynn County Commissioners approved design work at its Thursday meeting for two roundabouts and one potential roundabout on St. Simons Island. Two roundabouts are planned for the intersections of East Beach Causeway at Demere Road and East Beach Causeway at Ocean Boulevard, the designs for which will be drawn up by EMC Engineering Services of Savannah.

Strand Theatre to host Wedding Open House

The Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre, 117 N. Park Square in Marietta, will host a free Wedding Open House on Feb. 28 and March 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. Participants can meet local vendors, tour the Strand event spaces and collaborative with a pro event team to plan an event.

City of Marietta needs help for Marietta TravelSafely App

The City of Marietta has entered the testing phase to deploy the "Smart City" Marietta TravelSafely app that is now available on Apple and Android devices.

Marietta-Roswell Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. to have Teen Forum 2018

The Marietta-Roswell Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. will host its annual Teen Forum on March 17 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lindley Middle School, 50 Veterans Memorial Highway SE in Mableton.

BlueLinx to announce fourth quarter, full year results on March 1

BlueLinx Holdings Inc., 4300 Wildwood Parkway in Marietta, announced that it will release fourth quarter and full year financial results on March 1 with a conference call at 10 a.m. During the call, Mitch Lewis, CEO, and Susan O'Farrell, chief financial officer and treasurer, will discuss the company's financial results for the period ending Dec.

Wall Street Snaps Up Cheap Single-Family Rentals

Blackstone Group LP , the 220 houses it owned in working-class areas around Atlanta were outliers, filled primarily with low-income tenants paying rents well below those at its other properties. Promise Homes Co., a firm started last year with $130 million from investors including Ares Management co-founders Tony Ressler and Michael Arougheti, purchased the houses from Invitation Homes for $22 million in August.

Man gets 20 years for attacking officer with railroad spike

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William Lightner leaves the rat race to join Lay Witness Mission

I am honored to be connected with such a great group [as Lay Witness Mission]," says Lightner. "They are one organization I love doing work for."

MDJ Time Capsule: The Week of Feb. 15

From the Friday, Feb. 15, 1918, edition of the Marietta Journal and Courier. This image shows an advertisement for an Aluminum Cereal Cooker Ad that was being offered for sale at several local Marietta grocers.

Trending Now 1 HRS Ago What to do if you're in an 'active shooter' situation

Sadly, we have had to come to terms with an increasing number of potential "active shooter" situations, We are left wondering what would we do if we found ourselves in those circumstances. Brian Marshall, a lieutenant with the Marietta, Ga., Police Department, spoke to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in December, a week after the mass shooting in San Bernardino, and offered this advice to anyone who would find themselves coming face-to-face with a person armed with a weapon.

Marietta becomes second Georgia city to pass distracted driving ordinance

Marietta has become the second Georgia city to pass an ordinance forbidding drivers from using handheld electronic devices while driving.

Marietta Museum of History highlights local black figures, achievements with activities this weekend

Museum Assistant AnneMarie Brugioni takes a turn learning how to use a loom in the clothing display at the Marietta Museum of History.

Top 5 Things to Do in Cobb

WHAT: Following month-long observances, February's Pop-In will focus on local black history.

Cobb residents decry proposed library closures

Susan Kendall, a volunteer ESL teacher, said closing several county library branches would affect immigrant populations who use the facilities to help learn how to assimilate into the local culture.

Marietta boutique announces new website

Shopaholic Boutique, which opened last summer at 4880 Lower Roswell Road in Marietta, announced that it is offering new clothes and accessories for $10 and below at .

Five of Cobb's STAR students recognized for outstanding achievements

U.S. Rep. Karen Handel, R-Roswell, takes the stage at Monday's banquet honoring Cobb's top high school students.

Marietta school board approves early learning program

Marietta's school board is moving forward with plans for its early learning center, which aims to jump start the education of the city's students.

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