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Smyrna Sees Gas Price Hikes as Fuel Shortage Hit Southeast

During the Monday morning commute, many in Smyrna, as well as across the Atlanta area, were confronted with the reality of higher gas prices and, at some locations, no gas at all. Fuel prices have continued to climb as an oil pipeline leak has crippled the oil supply in states across the southeast, including Georgia. [...]

Cobb High School Locked Down after Student Found with Gun

Students and teachers were on high alert after a gun was discovered in a student’s possession at a high school outside of Smyrna Wednesday morning. The AJC reports that administrators at Pebblebrook High School in Mableton called police after a student reported seeing another student with a gun. The school soon went into lock down [...]

Chicken Parts Spill Shuts Down I-75 Interchange

Commuters traveling through the Smyrna area met an unexpected obstacle on their way home from work Tuesday afternoon: 55,000 pounds of chicken guts. 11 Alive reports that during the peak of rush hour on August 2, a tractor trailer overturned on the I-75 southbound ramp to I-285 westbound, spilling the tens of thousands of pounds [...]

Cobb Commission Chairman Defeated in Runoff

Cobb County residents took to the polls Tuesday to voice their opinion on who should lead the board of commissioners, and that voice materialized as a resounding rejection of current chairman Tim Lee. Lee was defeated after receiving 37 percent of the vote, compared to the 63 percent received by challenger and victor Mike Boyce, [...]

Entertainment Venue Proposed for Smyrna

A new golf and entertainment complex is under consideration in Smyrna following a presentation to the city. The complex, which would house a driving range and golf course is, being proposed by Gonna Fly Now LLC. The Atlanta-based golf club management company recently purchased land in Smyrna. The proposed AllStar Golf would be 61,300-square feet [...]

120-year-old School Near Smyrna Set to be Demolished

A school near Smyrna that is 120-years-old is set to be demolished soon and graduates of the school attended an open house on Saturday to bid their farewells. Fitzhugh Lee School welcomed countless students over its history. Atlanta-based Pulte Group has the 5.7-acre property under contract with the Cobb school district for $4.3 million with [...]

Smyrna to Discuss Possible Market Analysis

Smyrna City Council members are set discuss a potential market analysis by the Georgia Tech Research Corp. The market analysis, which would include a study about land use development and urban design of the new Suntrust Park District and Spring Road Corridor would cost the city $70,000. The Smyrna City Council is set to discuss [...]

Smyrna Restaurant Recognized Statewide for Menu Item

A dish called “Whole Nine” at Thompson Brothers BBQ in Smyrna was recently listed in the 2016 state culinary guide called Georgia Eats, as one of 10-must-try menu items. The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division released the 2016 state culinary guide, Georgia Eats recently, according to an article by Smyrna-Vinings Patch. “Georgia Tourism’s second annual [...]

Smyrna Elementary School Students Participate in Simulated Space Mission

Several Russell Elementary School students in Cobb County had the opportunity to participate in STS-18, an exciting day-long mission to "space.” The students are part of the Russell Space Team, which is made up of 4th and 5th graders at the school. The students were selected after an application process. “Each year, the team trains [...]

More Businesses Headed to Smyrna

With the new Atlanta Braves Stadium under way and various other major projects in Smyrna, the city will also be welcoming a new Publix and Waffle House this year. According to an article by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, two building permits were recently issued for the Publix and Waffle House by the Smyrna City Council. [...]