The Cobb and Marietta school districts have provided updates on what the rest of the school year will look like after Gov. Brian Kemp’s order on Wednesday to end in-person school for the remainder of the year.
City of Marietta officials have determined they will need to adjust their recent regulations to slow the spread of the coronavirus now that the state government has issued orders that supersede local ones.
Marietta city leaders will soon decide whether to extend or make any changes to its emergency declaration in response to the coronavirus.
Marietta restaurants are now allowed to sell beer and wine with take-out orders during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The City of Marietta has determined that under the city’s state of emergency and changes in state law due to the new coronavirus and, restaurants and certain other businesses may sell wine and beer in unopened containers.
The Marietta City Council has approved plans for an age-restricted neighborhood on Stilesboro Road near Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.
Marietta has joined other cities and counties in declaring a state of emergency to fight the spread of the coronavirus.
Powder Springs Mayor Al Thurman and the City Council have issued a number of requirements as part of an emergency declaration, which will go into effect at noon Wednesday.
The city of Marietta has declared an "emergency situation," which includes a ban on dining in restaurants and limiting gatherings to fewer than 10 people.
Marietta Power & Water customers will have one less thing to worry about amid the public health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.