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Mt. Bethel Elementary students participated in the Read-a-Thon!

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We Have a Winner! *Facebook Friday Freebie*

                    Is everyone ready for our favorite time of the week? That’s right- it’s time to announce this week’s Facebook Freebie winner! The Lucky East Cobber who wins a Complimentary Exam and Digital X-rays from Johnson Ferry Dentistry is ………Brian Kolis!!! Congrats Brian  !! Please email […]


Government Offices CLOSED for Labor Day

All Cobb County Government offices will be closed on Monday, September 1, in observance of Labor Day. They will resume regular hours on Tuesday, September 2.   LIKE THIS BLOG? Then you’ll love our newsletter! Click HERE to sign up for our weekly e-newsletter and be a neighbor in the know!


Up to 65% Off Labor Day Sale at The Cook’s Warehouse

Shop The Cook’s Warehouse this Labor Day weekend for savings throughout the store! Specials include: Save 46% on All-Clad Slow Cooker Save 65% on Nespresso Maestria Crema Save $100 off Vitamix And much more! The Cook’s Warehouse is located in Merchant’s Walk shopping  center next to Whole Foods, 1311 Johnson Ferry Road, Suite 568, Marietta 30068. More […]


Sprayberry Drama presents Dessert Cabaret

Sprayberry High’s Drama Department will host their Dessert Cabaret Fundraiser Sept 5-6. Enjoy two nights full of songs and sweets in Sprayberry’s Theatre. Dessert service begins at 7pm and the show begins at 7:30. Stage seating with dessert buffet is only $10 and audience seating with no dessert is $6. Stage seating is limited to 60 a night so […]


CHADD offers Parent Support Groups

Looking for a Peer Parent Support Group? Does your child have one of the many acronyms that is covered under Behavioral Issues? (ADD, ADHD, ODD, EBD, etc…) This Group is for parents, caregivers, or guardians of these special kids. Topics will cover kids from PK to College. Parent Support Group Upcoming Meeting Dates: September 25th - Back to School […]


Learning and Teaching: A lesson from Rev. Tom Pumphrey

They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. Acts 2:42 (NRSV) A disciple is one who learns from and follows a master. We are disciples of Jesus Christ, and the church is a place where we learn from each other to grow as Jesus’ disciples. We start with the […]


High Road Craft Ice Cream opening in Marietta

After four years at its original location in Chamblee, East Cobb-owned High Road Craft Ice Cream is opening a new factory and visitor’s center in Marietta. The visitor’s center, named the High Road Corner Store, will feature a large glass window through which guests can get a prime view of the factory floor, and will hold tastings of the […]

*Facebook Friday Freebie! Enter to Win a Complimentary Exam and Digital X-rays from Johnson Ferry Dentistry!

  We want to help you show off your BIG smile and pearly white teeth with this week’s Facebook Friday Freebie! Enter to Win a Complimentary Exam and Digital X-rays from Johnson Ferry Dentistry! *Regular value of at least $219. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Subject to insurance restrictions; cannot be applied to […]


Prep Roundup: Rogers helps Pope pull away to topple Etowah

With two outs in the sixth inning and Pope clinging to a one-run lead, freshman Hannah Rogers hit a two-run double to break the game open and help the Lady Greyhounds to a 7-3 win over Etowah on Tuesday. Megan Metzinger was 2-for-4 and had an RBI triple in the third inning. In the same […]


Step into September. Community Events August 29 – September 4.

Don’t let Labor Day make you lazy. Keep the good times rolling with these great East Cobb events all week long. For even more to do, check out our online calendar HERE. Every Tuesday and Saturday, Feeding Time at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. Join a naturalist for an in-depth look at one of their resident animals as they […]


Traffic Safety related to School Buses and School Zones

If you have noticed those large yellow school buses are out on our roadways making travel to and from work, a little longer.  By now you likely have figured out where and when they impact your route.  Plan ahead and leave earlier as trying to pass the bus before that stop arm goes out again […]