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While summer often means sleeping in or planning your next getaway, many of your neighbors are wondering how they will feed their children lunch today. During school, a free lunch meal doesn’t come out of the sparse family budget. That’s when MUST Ministries steps in with the Summer Lunch Program and brings the whole community together to help those in need. With countless, compassionate volunteers, MUST provides a sack lunch each summer weekday to thousands of children in eight counties. Since MUST can’t do it alone, the generosity of our communities makes it possible.

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Smithsonian magazine announces 11th annual Museum Day Live!

  Smithsonian magazine designates Saturday, September 26 the 11th annual Museum Day Live! For one day only, participating museums across the United States, with a wide range of diverse exhibitions, will emulate the spirit of the Smithsonian Institution’s Washington DC-based facilities, which offer free admission everyday, and open their doors for free to those who […]


Fourth of July Festivities!

Our nation’s birthday is celebrated coast to coast with fireworks, picnics and festivals. Metro Atlanta is no different. Several cities have Fourth of July events that offer a fun time for your family. Here are some great ways to celebrate Independence Day that are just a short drive away from East Cobb:   ACWORTH – July 4 […]


Food, fireworks and fun – It’s the Fourth of July! Community Events July 3 – 9.

  The Fourth of July holiday is here with plenty of food, fun and fireworks to go around! Keep the fun going all week long with these events. For more local event ideas and activities, check out our online calendar HERE. July 3 Indian Hills Country Club (IHCC) hosts a Membership Appreciation Day which features fireworks […]


N.Y. man guilty of killing teenaged prostitute

  Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds announces that a New York man has been convicted of killing a teenaged prostitute on Jan. 1, 2013. Jurors deliberated less than three hours Friday afternoon before convicting Ricardo Laron Harris, 35, of Rochester, N.Y., of murdering Yvonne Denise James, 19, in the early-morning hours of New Year’s […]


HB 110: Do you know the Fireworks Law?

  With the 4th of July quickly approaching, Cobb County Police Department feels it is important to educate everybody about HB110. This is the recently passed “Fireworks Law” which takes effect July 1, 2015. HB 110 allows for the sale of fireworks in Georgia. This includes statewide sales and cannot be restricted by local governments and […]


EAST COBBER Frugal FunMom Field Trip of the Day: Take a Walk

  Take a Walk! Come explore the Sweet Auburn Historic District, home of the Civil Rights Movement. Known as the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Sweet Auburn offers engaging and interesting sites for the family. Check out Dr. King’s birth home, Ebenezer Baptist Church, the burial sites of King and his wife, and […]


Cobb County Republican Barbecue Returns to Jim Miller Park on July 4th

The Cobb County Republican Barbecue will take place from 11:30 am until 3 pm on Saturday, July 4. The venue is Jim Miller Park, 2245 Callaway Rd SW, Marietta GA  30008. Rain or shine – our Star-Spangled Celebration is always indoors with air conditioning.  Regardless of the weather forecast, the event is still on. Elected officials and candidates for the […]

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Temple Kol Emeth welcomes new youth and family director

  Temple Kol Emeth, a reform congregation in East Cobb County, announces the hiring of a new Youth and Family Director, Ezra Flom. For more than ten years, Ezra Flom has crafted experiences for learners both young and old that ignite an excitement for life and Judaism. In that time, he uncovered the mysteries of […]


Meals on Wheels needs volunteers

Cobb Senior Services is looking for volunteer drivers for the Meals on Wheels program in Marietta, Mableton and Smyrna. Through Cobb Senior Services, volunteers in the program deliver daily hot meals to seniors while also making each client feel welcome with a personal visit. Volunteers or those belonging to an organization or business who would […]


New beer law attracts midnight fans

  More than 100 people lined up to be part of Georgia beer history. As of midnight, local craft breweries in the state can give beer to customers. Here’s how the law works: Breweries still cannot sell beer directly to consumers. But they can give it away — up to 36 ounces for on-site consumption […]


Found – Basset Hound Dog (East Cobb)

Found in East Cobb: a very healthy male Basset Hound dog, the vet believes he is 5 years old. He was found near Fullers Park off of Robinson Road in East Cobb. He misses his home. The family that found him are not able to keep him. Please text (770-265-5916) if you believe this is your […]