Week in Review: Unemployment Jumps; Distinguished Coach, City Employee
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First African American Team Was a Hit: Claude Johnson organized the first African American baseball team in Acworth and was recently honored for his efforts.
Longtime City Employee Honored: After 10 years on the Acworth Downtown Development Authority, Darlene Knight is retiring.
Readers' Choice for St. Paddy's Celebration: Henry's Louisiana Grill: The restaurant and bar that provides live entertainment received the most votes on Acworth Patch.
Vote for Your Favorite Spring Photo: Patch readers shared some wonderful photos that capture the essence of springtime. Now we need you to help us pick a winner! Once you've watched the slideshow, click "Photostream" below to identify your favorite photo, and cast your ballot.
Sunday Alcohol Vote Challenged: In the March 6 primary only those in unincorporated Cobb County voted on a Sunday alcohol referendum.
Cobb Seeking New Animal Control Manager: The county will be accepting applications from internal employees only following the departure of Don Bruce.
Are Kids Getting Enough Sleep? Are your kids waking up on the wrong side of the bed? Maybe they aren't getting a good night's sleep.
School Board to Discuss Harrison High Renovations: Included is the West Cobb 9th Grade Center, similar to the ones already at North Cobb and South Cobb high schools.
Cobb Unemployment Jumps to 8.4%: Despite the seasonal increase in January, the county added almost 9,500 jobs in the past year.
House Hunt: Affordable, Large Homes: Each week House Hunt features great homes for sale in and around Acworth.