Through the city of Marietta, $467,230 in federal funds are available for public service projects that address COVID-19 needs.
Cobb’s six cities have spent nearly $10 million in federal coronavirus aid money on everything from public safety salaries to hand sanitizer as an end-of-year deadline looms.
Will third time be the charm for an open container district in the downtown?
Outside dining on Marietta Square will soon be a little more comfortable even though the weather is getting cooler.
Marietta Police Department (MPD) officers are being retrained in Procedural Justice - again by now retired Jonesboro Police Chief and MPD Major Cliff Kelker.
Two new neighborhoods that have been approved for rezoning by the Marietta City Council will submit final plans to the council next week.
The City of Marietta may allow residents and visitors more time to legally buy alcohol in stores or online on Sundays.
Marietta Mayor Steve Tumlin says he wants racial equality and inclusion to remain a priority for his city, long after the events this spring that sparked protests locally and across the country.
To help ease the burden on Marietta property owners during this COVID-19 pandemic, Marietta city officials are allowing property tax payments to be paid in two equal installments for the 2020 tax year.
The Marietta City Council shot down Mayor Steve Tumlin’s proposal for the city’s elected leaders to serve on alternating election cycles during Wednesday night’s meeting.