There is a chance of snow flurries for the weekend in Cobb County, forecasters say. With talk of winter weather in late fall, it’s a good time to share stories about snow with our youngest readers offered by Cobb County
To avoid a “diminished life,” writer Rich Cohen’s father told him after they attended a Chicago Cubs game, “never be a Cubs fan.” Cohen, eight years old when his father took him to the baseball game, rejected the advice. Cohen
Thursday is the 30th anniversary of the stock market crash of October 19, 1987, which became “Black Monday” as the record Dow Jones Industrial Average decline of 22.6 percent of its value freaked people out. If you follow the financial
Cobb County’s population has edged above the 750,000 mark, according to the 2017 population estimates report released Thursday by the Atlanta Regional Commission. The ARC’s 10-county area population estimate is 4,480,100. The top-five counties are: Fulton at 1,002,800; Gwinnett at
Celebrate the Solar Eclipse with Cobb County public libraries! Your Cobb libraries are a resource as you prepare for August 21st – either by experiencing the solar eclipse in Cobb County or traveling to the full eclipse path that will
Here’s a round figure for Cobb County: 750,000. According to a report released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau, Cobb County’s population grew, as of the start of last summer, by slightly more than 60,000 people since 2010. The population
Sherry Blomeley, Cobb libraries’ Regional Manager for the West Cobb Region since 2007 and a Librarian with Cobb County for over 30 years, is retiring on Friday, January 6. With an Anthropology degree in hand from Florida Presbyterian College
South Cobb High School 2013 graduate Halimo Hassen has been named a Schwarzman Scholar – one of 129 students from throughout the world recently receiving a full scholarship to complete a one-year master’s degree program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.