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The laws creating four potential new Cobb cities would serve as charters if the cities are approved by referendum this year. They include laundry lists of services that the cities could provide immediately or sometime in the future.
Open field with a sign that says "Vote Yes! City of EAST COBB."
Cobb County elected officials and staff say they are working to ensure a smooth transition of services if voters approve four new cities.
Kennesaw State was represented for the second time this year on the popular game show “Jeopardy!”
Luke Manget, an assistant professor of history at Dalton State College, conducted 10 years of research on the little-known history of the Appalachian ginseng trade and the intricacies of the shared economy.
Lawmakers sit in the House chamber at the Georgia state Capitol on March 15, 2022. (Sarah Swetlik/Fresh Take Georgia)
A bill allowing Georgia food truck owners to use a single permit for statewide operations now sits in the Georgia Senate awaiting committee assignment.
Bareback rider Isaac Ingram on the unnamed horse he was assigned for the rodeo. (Alex Guevara/Fresh Take Georgia)
The Georgia National Rodeo, held in Perry every year, attracts hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls looking to improve their world standings and earn some prize money.
KSU alumnus Raymond Goslow on his “Jeopardy!”: Blonde, white man speaking at podium with KSU BANNER
Raymond Goslow won second place in the “Jeopardy! National College Championship” as a senior at Kennesaw State and now works for the Cobb public library system.
Kennesaw's public engagement meeting: Black man and white man stand presenting to seated audience
Kennesaw planning officials gathered opinions from residents during a public engagement meeting before updating the city’s comprehensive plan.
man standing near food truck window with grill and food ingredients around
Operating a food truck in Georgia comes at a high price, owners say, because every county issues its own permit for a fee.
A view of an underground train station with people walking around.
Starting March 1, riders in three south Atlanta areas can request a shuttle via the free MARTA Reach app to bring them to or from an existing bus or rail station.