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2014/10/24 07:48
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Only a handful of candidates-those currently serving in officer's positions in the Marietta Police Department-are eligible for the position, according to Marietta Safety-Service Director Jonathan...
2014/10/24 07:48
2014/10/24 07:48
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2014/10/23 08:25
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Smyrna to vote on health benefits for spouses of gay employees SMYRNA — Smyrna City Councilman Wade Lnenicka is urging the council to decide Nov. 3 whether to extend health benefits to spouses of gay...
2014/10/22 05:48
2014/10/22 05:48
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Not only will he tell his story about football and war on Nov. 21 at the Marietta Country Club, he will talk about overcoming adversity and getting to play the game he loves so well after coming back...
2014/10/22 04:08
2014/10/22 04:08
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City council passed a resolution in a split vote allowing San Marcos officials to lease 885 acre feet of the city’s Edwards Aquifer water rights to a third party for a 10-week period. More than a...
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2014/10/21 08:24
2014/10/21 08:24
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RED HARE BREWERY will stay put and expand in the I-75 corridor, rather than move closer to downtown Marietta, owner Roger Davis said Monday. And a key reason is the pending move to the Smyrna area by...
2014/10/20 21:02
2014/10/20 21:02
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They may have four legs and lots of fur, but that doesn't mean they deserve anything less than respect and honor. The Marietta Police K9's past and present are being honored with a plaque in the...
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2014/10/20 04:48
2014/10/20 04:48
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A home on Glendale Road, three down from the I-77 overpass, was set ablaze for training in the Marietta Fire Department and Fearing Volunteer Fire Department. Marietta Fire Chief C.W. Durham said...
2014/10/19 11:53
2014/10/19 11:53
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Land records show many state parks could see mining, drilling View LargerPotential sites Parts of these properties owned by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources could potentially be mined since...
2014/10/18 04:42
2014/10/18 04:42
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A new secret rebel organization under the above name is in full operation in Tennessee. It is an out-cropping of the "Knights of the Golden Circle" and "Sons of Liberty." Their object is to harass,...
2014/10/17 21:45
2014/10/17 21:45
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Governor of New Hampshire (2013-Present) Other offices: Majority Leader of the New Hampshire Senate (2008-2010) State Senator (2005-2010) Governor of South Carolina (2011-Present) First woman to...
2014/10/17 05:48
2014/10/17 05:48
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... be referred for a public hearing on Thursday, Oct. 30 at this building at 7 p.m.," said councilman Harley Noland, D-at large, referring to Lookout Park. Two ordinances-one each to lease...
2014/10/16 08:24
2014/10/16 08:24
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... for the city: New business able to serve alcohol at booked functions POWDER SPRINGS — The Powder Springs City Council approved a beer-and-wine pouring license for the new Event Station at...
2014/10/15 22:58
2014/10/15 22:58
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... police officer wields his baton has he forces his way through a crowd of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong on...
2014/10/15 16:14
2014/10/15 16:14
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MORE than 4,000 cooperative leaders in the country have responded to the call to raise the bar of cooperation and excellence as Mayor Michael Rama welcomes them at the Waterfront Hotel, Lahug, Cebu...
2014/10/15 13:40
2014/10/15 13:40
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After an executive session, Mayor George J. Kondik announced that Angelina Dickson will be the new councilwoman representing Ward 6. Dickson, 28, a resident of Front Street, was not able to attend...
2014/10/13 04:48
2014/10/13 04:48
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Edwin (Eddie) Clay Garber 82, a lifelong resident of Williamstown, W.Va., passed away peacefully on Oct. 10, 2014, at Marietta Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was born Nov. 29, 1931, at...
2014/10/12 09:24
2014/10/12 09:24
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Smyrna residents find more losses on sale of property SMRYNA — In an ongoing scuffle between Smyrna residents and City Council members, residents claim they were kept in the dark on a real estate...
2014/10/12 04:42
2014/10/12 04:42
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Special to The News and Sentinel MARIETTA - A new design proposed for heating and cooling the ground floor of the old National Guard Armory on Front Street could save the city thousands of dollars,...
2014/10/11 08:24
2014/10/11 08:24
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POWDER SPRINGS — The Powder Springs City Council approved spending $96,365 on new audio and visual equipment for its council chambers, including five high-definition televisions totaling $3,270, a...
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2014/10/10 08:24
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Educators First endorses Deal: Governor rips Carter on teacher pension MARIETTA — Standing on the lawn of former Marietta Schools Superintendent Loyd Cox’s home on Thursday afternoon, leaders of the...
2014/10/24 07:48
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