Why Should I Join PTA?


School is back in session, you’ve made it through Meet and Greets, Open Houses, Back to School Picnics and the stress of the first few weeks of homework. Your child has a new lunch box and backpack or a new set of binders and money on their lunch account. Activities have started back up and you’ve written checks for everything […]

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AgeWise Connection Helps Seniors


AgeWise Connection is your first stop in the metro Atlanta region for information about services and programs for older adults and persons with disabilities. The website (www.agewiseconnection.com) is sponsored by the Georgia Association of Area Agencies on Aging. Their purpose is to improve the life of seniors and persons with disabilities in the State of Georgia through education, information sharing, collaboration, and […]

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Peachtree Hearing Brings Cutting-Edge Ear Technology To East Cobb


Are you concerned about hearing loss for yourself or a loved one? Ear and hearing problems can happen at any age and can impact your balance, career and quality of life. Melissa Wikoff, Au.D., recently opened Peachtree Hearing in East Cobb and recommends that everyone get their hearing checked once a year. Dr. Wikoff has been treating patients for years in California and Georgia, but when there was a chance […]

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East Cobb Named Best Place To Live in GA


East Cobb has been named by MONEY magazine as the best place to live in Georgia. “The unincorporated area administered by the Cobb County Government was once dominated by chain restaurants, but it’s now embracing mom-and-pops that will give your taste buds a pleasant surprise—and make the most of the small-town Dixie hospitality,” said MONEY magazine, which released […]

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Attempted Child Abduction in Precinct Four


The Cobb County Police Department’s Crimes Against Children Unit is investigating a reported attempted child abduction, which occurred on Hawk Trace Court, Marietta, GA 30066 (Falcon Crest subdivision, near Davis Elementary School.) According to investigators, a 6-year-old juvenile male was riding his bicycle in the cul de sac of his residence when he was approached by another […]

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Local Business Leaders Raising Funds for East Cobb Public Safety Celebrations


For the fourth year in a row, local business leaders are leading efforts to raise funds to underwrite two special events for local Public Safety professionals. The first celebration is to be held this October to thank Precinct 4 police officers for all they  do to keep our community safe. This event will coincide with Cobb County Chamber of […]

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Bottoms Up Atlanta Rock Ready to Play EAST COBBER Festival


The EAST COBBER Festival on Sept. 17 will have live entertainment with local rock cover group Bottoms Up Atlanta Rock taking the stage by storm. Bottoms Up Atlanta Rock has been together for nine months and has been perfecting a 100- song repertoire, which includes an eclectic mix of classic rock, R&B, and country. Bassist Bill Nicholls said that he personally enjoys playing 70s and 80s […]

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On September 10, BestCare Now will host a free Kids’ Carnival for the community from 2-6pm. The Kids’ Carnival will feature a bouncy house, a magician (magic shows at 3pm, 4pm and 5pm), carnival games, crafts, prizes, and lots of ice cream and treats. Additionally, BestCare Now will be offering free kids’ sports physicals from […]

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East Cobber Festival Entertainment Schedule


The 21st Annual EAST COBBER Festival will be held on Saturday September 17, from 11am—3pm. The free Festival will feature arts and crafts, local businesses, food concessions, carnival games, and an entertainment stage. Here’s a list of the performers that will be at this year’s EAST COBBER Festival: 11 – 11:15 AM: NATIONAL ANTHEM Sung by Victoria Kraj, senior, […]

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So Much To Do! Community Events September 9 – 16.


EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Trail Hikes. A docent guides you on a journey through the Chattahoochee Nature Center trails using biofacts and activities to spark you “natural” curiosity. 1pm. Admission: $10/adults. $7/seniors and students ages 13-18. $6/ages 3-12. Free/members and children under 3. Chattahoochee Nature Center, 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell. More info:  770-992-2055 or www.chattnaturecenter.org. […]

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