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Video of the Week: Tim Crunk Memorial 5K

Don’t forget to register for the Tim Crunk Memorial 5K – For more information watch this video that a Sprayberry student prepared. To register online visit

Video of the Week: Gang Activity in Cobb

Recently the Neighborhood Safety Commission conducted a panel discussion on Gang Activity in Cobb in the Board of Commissioners hearing room at 100 Cherokee Street, Bldg A, Marietta 30090. The panel members were Cobb Assistant District Attorney Mike Carlson; Cobb County Police Sgt. Tim Plunkett; Leslie Walker, recreation coordinator and facility manager for the Six Flags Community Center.

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Video of the Week: Hadley Elizabeth at the EAST COBBER Festival

A treat for East Cobb’s ears! Hadley Elizabeth performing at the EAST COBBER Parade and Festival on September 13. Thank you Hadley Elizabeth!

Video of the Week

Watch the 2014 EAST COBBER Parade taped by TV 23 from start to finish.

Video of the Week: It’s Parade & Festival week!

Visit our 2014 Parade & Festival Guide for all you need to know about this year’s event!

Don’t miss the EAST COBBER Parade & Festival on Saturday, September 13! For Parade and Festival details click HERE!


Video of the Week: 2 Talk with Bob Ott

Commissioner Bob Ott’s 2Talk program for September. Ott speaks with James Nelson, chairman of the Freedom Calls Memorial Foundation.

Be a part of the 2014 EAST COBBER Parade and Festival!

Don’t miss the EAST COBBER Parade & Festival on Saturday, September 13! For Parade and Festival details and how to register, click HERE!


Video of the Week: Read-a-thon

Read-a-thon Long from Mt. Bethel on Vimeo.

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


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Video of the Week: Cobb County adds security cameras, officers to schools

Security cameras will play a big role in keeping students safe at all of Cobb County’s elementary and middle schools.

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Video of the Week: Everyone loves East Cobb!

East Cobb, well known for its beautiful neighborhoods, top performing public schools, low crime, abundant activities for families, and some of the lowest taxes in Atlanta, has long been one of the most sought-after communities in metro Atlanta. An affluent north Atlanta suburb located in unincorporated Cobb County, east of the city of Marietta, East Cobb has 169,000 residents, making it one of the largest suburbs in Metro Atlanta. Offering easier access to downtown Atlanta and the Airport than the neighboring cities of Roswell and Alpharetta, East Cobb is roughly bounded by:

Cherokee County and Hwy 92 to the north
Willeo Creek and Roswell in Fulton County to the north and east
the Chattahoochee River and Sandy Springs in Fulton County to the southeast
I-575, and the Marietta city limits to the west, and
Interstate 285 and I-75 to the south.

Johnson Ferry Road is the major transportation artery between East Cobb and Sandy Springs. Its intersection with Roswell Road (Hwy 120 — the main artery between East Cobb and Roswell or Marietta) is one of the busiest and what many consider the heart of East Cobb.