Homeowners Insurance in Smyrna, Georgia

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Homeowners insurance in Smyrna, Ga. doesn't have to be expensive. Owning a home in metro Atlanta is expensive enough as it is without having to worry about overspending on your homeowners insurance in Smyrna, Ga. For families who work and live in Smyrna, they are always looking for ways to put more money back into their pockets each month. And one of the best ways to do this is to ensure you are carrying the best homeowners insurance coverage on your home.

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Assisted Senior Living Facility to Open in Smyrna April 9

An assisted senior living facility located in Smyrna is slated to open on April 9. The facility houses 108-units and was financed with tax-exempt bonds, according to the Marietta Daily Journal. “The three-story Provident Village at Creekside is located at 4838 South Cobb Drive between the East-West Connector and Interstate 285,” the article reads. “It [...]

Hundreds of Immigration Advocates Walk in Smyrna

Several hundred immigration advocates walked this year during the annual Holy Week Pilgrimage to show their support for immigrants all over the world. According to an article in the Marietta Daily Journal, about 300 people trekked from Smyrna to the Marietta Square Thursday. People who are members of St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church have [...]

Protestors Shut Down Smyrna City Council Meeting Second Time

Protestors in Smyrna shut down a City Council meeting on Monday about 12 minutes after it started. According to an article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Smyrna Mayor Max Bacon shut down the meeting following another protest led by the mother of a black man who was killed by a Smyrna police officer about a [...]

Smyrna Boy Donates to Police, Fire Departments with Lemonade Stand Funds

A young boy from Smyrna recently donated money he earned to the Smyrna Public Safety Foundation. Graham Goodman, 8-years-old, earned more than $140 at a lemonade stand he ran over the Feb. 20 weekend. Graham, who is the son of Smyrna residents Scott and Allegra Goodman, decided he wanted to give his earnings to a [...]

Smyrna to Gain 108-Unit Senior Living Facility in April

A new assisted senior living facility is set to open in Smyrna on April 9. The new three-story facility will house 108 units and is financed with tax-exempt bonds, according to the Marietta Daily Journal. Provident Village at Creekside is located at 4838 South Cobb Drive between the East-West Connector and Interstate 285. According to [...]

Cobb County BOE Approves School Projects

Several Cobb County schools will get a facelift after the Cobb County Board of Education voted recently to spend about $28 million on four separate projects. The projects will take place in Smyrna, Marietta and Acworth. According to the AJC, Campbell Middle School in Smyrna, Mountain View Elementary School in Marietta, Pickett’s Mill Elementary School [...]

FDA Approves Epilepsy Treatment Marketed by Smyrna Company

A medication marketed by UCB, Inc. of Smyrna, GA, was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). According to pharmpro.com, the medication, called Briviact (brivaracetam), has been approved as an add-on treatment for partial onset seizures in patients 16-years and older with epilepsy. “Briviact’s effectiveness was studied in three clinical trials involving 1,550 [...]

Protesters Oppose Controversial Promotion of Smyrna Officer

Protestors in Smyrna took a stand Monday night following the controversial promotion of a Smyrna officer who shot and killed 23-year-old Nicholas Thomas last year. Sgt. Kenneth Owens was promoted to Lieutenant Monday night during a city council meeting. Protestors began shouting during the ceremony and according to the AJC, city council members had to [...]

Wife of Man Charged in Hot Car Death Files for Divorce

In a case that has gained national attention, the wife of a man charged in the death of his son after leaving him in a hot car for seven hours has filed for divorce. He has been held without bond since June 2014 and his trial date is set for April. Death of Son According [...]

Smyrna Police Warn of Burglary Scam

Smyrna police are warning homeowners of a potential burglary scam that has been reported in the area. The scam involves a couple who police believe may be trying to obtain information they will later use to rob homes. Burglary Scam Details A spokesperson for the police said that the couple, who is driving a U-Haul [...]