Homeowners Insurance in Marietta, Georgia

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Homeowners insurance in Marietta doesn't have to be expensive. Are you looking for a way to put money back into your budget each month and channel those savings into other areas of your life? Well, look no further than your homeowners insurance in Marietta. One of the most overlooked areas in any family budget is their homeowners insurance policy. Having the absolute best homeowners insurance coverage in Marietta will ensure that you and your family have the coverage you need, at a rate that's affordable and actually puts money back into your budget each month.

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Marietta Councilman Temporarily Suspended

A Marietta Councilman has been temporarily suspended amid recent felony charges he was found guilty of. A jury recently convicted Anthony Coleman, 58, of one count of making a false statement, for sending a letter from his city office to the city's probation department indicating that Coleman’s girlfriend, Terry Jones Mays, had completed 59 hours [...]

Military Family Support Center opens Thursday in Marietta

A Military Family Support Center opens Thursday in Marietta. The center, which is part of a public-private partnership will serve National Guard and Reserve members, retired veterans and active-duty military personnel and their families, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. The center will hold on-site sales for retired veterans, active-duty personnel and their families three [...]

Georgia Milestones tests for some grades waived

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Trial to be Moved in Case of Hot SUV Toddler Death

A Georgia man accused of intentionally leaving his toddler in a hot SUV to die will have his trial somewhere other than Cobb County due to pretrial publicity. According to an article posted by The News and Advance, widespread publicity from the incident has spurred a defense request to hold the trial elsewhere due to [...]

Pay Increase Expected for Marietta Educators

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Townhomes in Marietta Get Green Light

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BOC Considers Work Force Program in Drug Courts

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