The city of Marietta will soon offer a fun way for children to take a break from the summer heat.
The SPLOST 2022 project list also contains many public safety projects, a new animal shelter, parks and library safety enhancements and funding for projects in Cobb’s six cities.
The Marietta Police Department has been following the guidance outlined in a recent presidential executive order on policing for years, according to Chief Dan Flynn.
Patrons of restaurants in Marietta may soon have more outdoor dining options to encourage social distancing guidelines.
The owner of a Marietta sex shop says he plans to appeal the city’s decision to revoke his business license.
A sex shop in Marietta had its license revoked after the city found the store was not authorized to sell as much as 90% of its inventory.
Hundreds of marchers of all races and ages gathered at the Cobb NAACP office on Roswell Street in Marietta on Friday afternoon and made the nearly mile-long march to Marietta Square in recognition of Juneteenth.
City spokeswoman Lindsey Wiles said the court has reduced the number of cases on the calendar from 150 to no more than 50 per session to make sure people can adhere to social distancing guidelines.
A historically black elementary school in Marietta that closed nearly 50 years ago will soon be revived for 21st century students.
Marietta Power & Water will soon resume service disconnections, but the city will throw a lifeline to customers who have experienced hardships related to the COVID-19 pandemic.