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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
Conservative Policy Leadership Institute Class of '17 announced

"The individuals selected have demonstrated leadership in their fields and a desire for an advanced, issue-based educational experience grounded in conservative philosophy," said state Sen. Hunter Hill, R-Smyrna, who chairs the institute.

Dick Yarbrough: Maybe teachers should have the choice of swapping jobs with legislators

Fortunately, I don't hate it too badly when the Woman Who Shares My Name is right and I am wrong.

Man sought on drug trafficking charges; one arrest made

Marietta police have arrested a man on drug trafficking charges and are on the lookout for another man on similar charges following an incident Thursday afternoon that saw two officers nearly hit by a fleeing vehicle.

Antebellum estate seeks loving owner

Oakton, the 1838 home that served as the base for Confederate troops during the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, is on the market.

Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar marks its first anniversary with Oysterfest

Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar Chef and owner Doug Turbush has announced Oysterfest, a weeklong birthday bash from March 1-7, featuring daily specials, chef demonstrations and two delicious pairing dinners showcasing the restaurant's namesake mollusk, the oyster.

Valet services could come to the Marietta Square

The City Council will consider whether to invite Marietta-based Georgia Valet Services to offer pickup and drop-off at the Square.

Saint Leo ranks 5th in US as 2017 Military Spouse Friendly School

Saint Leo University, which has a campus at 1395 South Marietta Parkway SE in Marietta, it has earned the 2017 Military Spouse Friendly School designation by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs, Military Spouse, Vetrepreneur and STEM Jobs resources.

Gainesville adds property to new housing development on Atlanta Street

In time for Thursday's 11 a.m. groundbreaking of the Walton Summit development at the former Green Hunter Homes on Atlanta Street, Gainesville officials transferred previously abandoned land to the project. City Council approved the transfer of a section of Atlanta Street to the Gainesville Housing Authority that will add to the size of the new development, which will include 252 subsidized and market-rate units.

State house OKs ban on funds to 'sanctuary' campuses

Private colleges that don't cooperate with federal immigration authorities would lose state funding for scholarships and research under a bill approved by the Georgia House on Wednesday.

Marietta Rep. Bert Reeve's bill would allow minors who shoot police to be tried as adults

Rep. Bert Reeves, R-Marietta, discusses his plan to make it easier to try juveniles who shoot police officers as adults.

City of Marietta honored by Department of Defense

Marietta Mayor Steve Tumlin received the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Seven Seals Award on Feb. 8 at the Marietta City Hall.

Residents weigh in on future of Cobb's parks

Jeanne LaMere of Marietta, places her red stickers amenities options she like most being presented by Cobb County P.A.R.K.S. as part of an open house Wednesday afternoon at the civic center.

March 21 special election early voting begins Feb. 27

A special election is being held in all Cobb precincts for a Special Local Option Sales Tax for education purposes.

MDJ Time Capsule: The Week of Feb. 23

Pictured is a photograph of an advertisement for the Strand Theatre's showing of Marguerite Clark in the film "Snow White" from the Friday, Feb. 23, 1917, edition of The Marietta Journal and Courier.

YMCAs announce Volunteer, Teen Leader of the Year award recipients

Jared Palmgren and his family celebrate Jared being named Teen Leader of the Year for the Northwest Family YMCA and being named Teen Leader of the Year for the YMCA of Metro Atlanta at the Celebration for Community Champions.

Museum's - Remember When Club' to focus on MHS band Friday

The Marietta Museum of History's monthly meeting of its "Remember When Club" is scheduled for Friday, with a panel discussion about the history of Marietta High School's band.

Jury OKs spying via GPS; PI firm wins case

A Cobb County Superior Court jury decided after a two-day trial to rule in favor of a Marietta private investigation firm that was sued for placing a GPS device on a woman's car to track her movements.

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