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The lawyer who brought the redistricting suit wants to lop off a piece of East Cobb, while the county commissioners ask to slice off part of the Kennesaw area.
Cobb County's unemployment rate was unchanged in February at 8.4 percent.
But neighbors’ Sunday experiences since November should dampen expectations for a surge in Cobb County alcohol sales.
The Georgia Tea Party brings forth the Marietta Declaration as an instrument to limit government.
His State of the County address says the tough decisions of 2011 have Cobb in a good place in 2012.
The Cobb County state legislator denies that Mitt Romney's Mormon faith affects her presidential preference.
Government, Police & Fire, Business, Holiday Guide
Here's your roundup of top stories from Patches in Cobb, Cherokee, Douglas, Bartow and Paulding counties for Jan. 2.
Georgia starts 2012 with new immigration-related rules at work and public agencies, a new 911 fee on cell service, and the spread of golf cart living.
Almost all Atlanta-area localities that had it on the ballot approved Sunday package sales of alcohol.
Cobb County citizens will get to vote on whether to allow package sales of alcohol on Sundays.
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