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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
Cat caf coming to downtown Marietta

An Atlanta coffee shop that allows cats to run free inside the store has signed a lease for a vacant space in downtown Marietta.

'Mike' Mathis

Michael E. Mathis passed away peacefully surrounded by his siblings on Sunday, January 7, 2017 in Marietta, Ga., at the age of 68. Mike was born on December 29 in Milledgeville, Ga., the son of Janet and Al Mathis. He graduated from Madison County High School in 1967 and attended Middle Georgia College.

Dick Yarbrough: Cobb chairman stirring up senior citizens with fee increases

I hope you, a proud Marine, don't mind my taking a few liberties with your hallowed hymn, but the shores of Tripoli must look pretty tame these days compared with the battle currently taking place in Cobb County.

Marietta celebrates Dr. King with parade

Community members marched, rode and danced from Fairground Street to Marietta Square Monday to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The sound of drums and marching bands echoed through downtown Marietta as the Cobb Southern Christian Leadership Coalition's King Day Parade kicked off just after 1 p.m. The event also featured dancers, ... (more)

Nobis Works names new director of Nobis Enterprises

Nobis Works, a Marietta-based nonprofit that helps individuals with all types of disabilities find meaningful employment, has hired Amar Medatia as director of Nobis Enterprises.

KSU professors look to reduce wrecks at collision-prone intersections

Three Kennesaw State University professors are developing technology aimed at identifying potentially dangerous intersections long before wrecks have occurred there.

Marietta's Point of Grace Church members honor MLK with readings, singing and puppets

Young members of Point of Grace Church in Marietta gathered after church on Sunday to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and teach about the civil rights icon's legacy.

Congregants, community remembers Pastor Kenneth E. Marcus

Congregants of Turner Chapel AME Church met Sunday as they always do, but this was their first service in nearly 30 years without their senior pastor, Rev.

Marietta family adapting to life after daughter's brain tumor

Joyce James kisses daughter Erika before physical therapy session begins at Shepherd Spinal Center in Atlanta.

Wheeler looks ahead: New Cobb school board chairman outlines priorities

Though new Cobb school board chair Brad Wheeler represents the west portion of the county on the Cobb Board of Education, among his chief concerns are issues that affect other areas of the county.

Cobb faith leaders discuss Trump, Dr. King in today's society

From left, Marietta Councilman and House of Hope Church International Bishop Reggie Copeland, Rabbi Lauren Cohn of Temple Emanu-El, Gregory Paul Meyjes of the B'hai Faith community and Pastor Richard Bush of Mt.

Art and architecture find common ground in Acworth resident's portraits

Trevor Beemon, Executive Director of Cobb Landmarks is also an artist has always had an interest in art and architecture.

Sally Litchfield: Discover opportunities to support the arts and education in Cobb

For the first time, Georgia Symphony Orchestra Jazz will combine with Georgia Symphony Orchestra Chorus on Saturday, Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. at the Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre.

Sleighbells on the Square 5K returns after weather delay

Old Saint Nick may be keeping his sleigh in the garage for the next 11 months, but it was looking a lot like Christmas in downtown Marietta on Saturday morning.

BlueLinx announces repayment of $98M CMBS Mortgage

BlueLinx Holdings Inc., 4300 Wildwood Parkway in Marietta, announced the company has paid off the remaining principal on its 2006 CMBS mortgage of approximately $98 million.

Cobb County Genealogy Society to have monthly meeting on Jan. 23

The Cobb County Genealogy Society will have its monthly meeting on Jan. 23 from 7 to 8 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church of Marietta, 189 Church St. in Marietta.

Donate eyeglasses and hearing aids for Lions Clubs International

Optimal Hearing Systems, 999 Whitlock Ave. in the Clocktower Village Plaza in Marietta, will have a donation receptacle where the public can donate usable eyeglasses and hearing aids for Lions Club International's Recycle for Sight and Hearing.

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