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About: smyrna, georgia

One of the closest suburbs to Atlanta (only a fifteen minute drive away) Smyrna is home to the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center and the Silver Cornet trail for hiking and bike riding. The city is relatively warm and mild all year long with an average temperature of sixty-one degrees. The headquarters of the Atlanta Bread Company is also located in Smyrna. In 1832 Pioneers began settling the area and began to grow rapidly in 1842 with the building of the Western and Atlantic Railroad. The city sits 1,150 feet above sea level.

Population: 40999
Local Newspapers: The Bright Side
Local Sports Teams: Atlanta Braves (MLB) Falcons (NFL) & Hawks (NBA)
Local Colleges: Argosy University Bauder College

Zip Codes associated with smyrna, georgia: 30080 30082
Towns/Cities near smyrna, georgia : Fair Oaks Vinings Marietta Mableton Randall Mill

Smyrna News
Sandy Springs lawmaker celebrating fireworks bill's passage

One local state lawmaker is celebrating the passage of a bill she co-sponsored that will give municipalities across Georgia more control over when fireworks can be set off.

Red Cross seeking blood donations to help patients rebound

In March, while basketball teams are fighting for the chance to be crowned champions, patients battling cancer and other illnesses are fighting for their lives.

Cobb man to serve 10 years for molesting child in store bathroom

An Austell man has pleaded guilty to molesting a child in the bathroom of the man's workplace, according to the Cobb District Attorney's office.

Ron Sifen: Will rail transit improve mobility in Cobb County?

I attended the Feb. 26 Transit Town Hall in Smyrna about the regional transit legislation working through the State Legislature.

Cobb Cares: Coming together can make a big difference to those in need

From left are Donovan , State Senator Kay Kirkpatrick, Joe Burgess , Richard Trapanese and Cobb Commissioner JoAnn Birrell.

Police: Missing girl found, man who took her kills himself

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Warrants: Pair forced girls, 14 and 17, into prostitution

Marietta Police say two girls, 14 and 17, were solicited for prostitution at a local hotel, and two Smyrna residents are behind bars, accused of forcing the girls to solicit potential clients.

Kroger's Chef Junior program to continue developing, educating next generation of local chefs

Kroger's Atlanta Division announced a commitment to continue offering its Chef Junior program throughout Georgia during the spring and summer months.

Helen A. McKennon

Mrs. Helen Ann McKennon, age 91, of Douglasville, Georgia passed away Friday, March 9, 2018. She was born August 1, 1926 in Red Land, South Dakota.

Third-party candidates qualify for upcoming election

Their names will not be on the party ballots for the May 22 primary, but they will be on the ballot for the Nov. 6 general election.

Demi Lovato details 2016 Met Gala encounter that led her to an AA meeting

Demi Lovato attends the "Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology" Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 2, 2016 in New York City. Lovato told Billbaord that she met a celebrity at the Gala that was "miserable to be around."

Daylight Saving Time Begins March 11th

For most Americans, Daylight Saving Time begins in 2018 at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 11th , when most states spring forward and daylight saving time resumes . The federal government doesn't require U.S. states or territories to observe daylight saving time, which is why residents of Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Marianas Islands won't need to turn back their clocks this weekend.

Smyrna sisters put on 2nd Strides for Survivors Walk

Stephanie Scalise, breast cancer survivor and TurningPoint patient, with her daughters Samantha, Lauren and Emilie.

Police seek info on Smyrna man's death

Smyrna police are asking for the public's help in their investigation of the death of a man whose body was found more than a month after he went missing.

14-year-old girl rescued, 2 arrested after prostitution sting Source: Cox Media Group

Teen girls as young as 14 years old were rescued this week following a prostitution sting in Georgia, police in Cobb County said. Brandon Myers and Jasmine Avery, both of Smyrna, were arrested on pimping charges Wednesday at a Marietta Days Inn on Northwest Parkway, according to jail records.

Trending Now 26 Mins Ago 14-year-old girl rescued, 2 arrested after prostitution sting

Teen girls as young as 14 years old were rescued this week following a prostitution sting in Georgia, police in Cobb County said. Brandon Myers and Jasmine Avery, both of Smyrna, were arrested on pimping charges Wednesday at a Marietta Days Inn on Northwest Parkway, according to jail records.

Suspect from 2015 Paris attacks speaks to judge for 1st time

The sole surviving suspect from the November 2015 Paris extremist attacks has agreed for the first time to answer questions about others accused of involvement. A source close to the case told The Associated Press that Salah Abdeslam was in a judge's office on Friday for a joint hearing with Ali Oulkadi, who allegedly drove him in Brussels the day after the Paris attacks.

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