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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 [...]

Jeep Crashes Into Smyrna Home

A Smyrna family was startled early Wednesday morning when they awoke to a crash that left a Jeep inside their home. FOX 5 News reports the Jeep went airborne and crashed into the side of the home. According to an article by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, a family of four became trapped inside the home [...]

Suwanee Continues to See Growth Amidst SunTrust Park Construction

The City of Suwanee continues to see growth amidst construction of the highly anticipated Braves SunTrust Park. The Suwanee city council recently voted to approve $61,960 for the construction of a pier at Sims Lake Park, 4600 Suwanee Dam Road, the AJC reports. The contract to build a covered pier at the lake is awarded [...]

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. [...]

Traffic a Problem for Some in Cobb County

Some Cobb County residents say abundant growth paired with a lack of speed limit signs and stop signs has contributed to speeding through their neighborhood. An article by 11 Alive News reports while some homeowners in the Smyrna neighborhood like the sidewalks available for walking along South Sherwood Road, they don’t like the traffic. Shawanna [...]

Cobb County Juvenile Court Workers Plead Guilty to Conspiracy Charges

Two Cobb County women pled guilty last week to conspiracy and racketeering charges after misusing grant money and drug-treatment funds that belonged to the county. According to an article on, the women, one from Smyrna and the other, Marietta, worked for the Cobb Juvenile Court. The women reportedly admitted to fraudulently spending thousands of [...]

Grant to help Analyze Future Transportation and Land Use Issues in Smyrna

A grant from the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Liveable Centers Initiative will help Smyrna city officials study the Spring Road corridor from Cobb Parkway to Atlanta Road. The stretch of road is 2.4 miles long and the $100,000 grant, which the Smyrna City Council accepted at a recent meeting, will help to analyze future transportation and [...]

Smyrna Residents Concerned About New Development

About 50 Smyrna residents attended a two-hour meeting to express their concerns about heavy traffic due to the new SunTrust Park opening. The meeting was hosted by Commissioner Bob Ott. The Marietta Daily Journal reports that the town hall meeting, which was held Thursday, had dozens of residents made up of candidates in the race [...]

Census Data: Smyrna Growing Faster than Marietta

The latest U.S. Census data shows that the City of Smyrna is growing at a faster rate than Marietta. Smyrna’s population grew by 7.2 percent between 2010 and 2014, from 51,271 to 54,958, with nearly half of that growth occurring after 2013, according to an article in the Marietta Daily Journal. Marietta’s population grew by [...]