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The lawsuit against Nathan Deal and others alleges that the preamble and the question for the charter school amendment is biased towards approval.
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Residents needing to dispose of papers can visit one of three locations.
The county is looking for ways to reduce the projected utility hike.
Alternatives for the Northwest Transit Corridor include light rail and the expansion of bus services from the county to downtown Atlanta.
There is an urgent need for foster homes for teenagers and Spanish-speaking children.
The department is looking for the owner of the bird.
Don't forget to cast your eyes skyward this evening to catch this rare celestial event.
The race, which will begin and end in Marietta Square, will be held on Oct. 6. at 8:00am.
Two Cobb citizens came before the Board of Commissioners to plead for their causes.
The Cobb Board of Commissioners will be discussing and approving many projects for Cobb County tonight.
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