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Week in Review: March 13-20

Missed a headline this week? Patch has the recap.

: Former  Deputy Jason Anthony Bill was convicted Friday of rape, kidnapping, false imprisonment, aggravated sodomy, aggravated sexual battery and two counts of aggravated assault.

: Co-owner Suzie Chinal shares what it is like to run an antiques store.

: A sunny Sunday afternoon provided a final opportunity for both sides on the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax to rally support at Marietta Square before Tuesday's referendum.

: These businesses are looking for workers in Acworth.

and : Representatives on both sides of the SPLOST issue made their case before the vote Tuesday.

: Multiple local public works projects were in the balance in this controversial election.     

: An Acworth single mother and accounting student at has won the school's Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership.

: Here's a roundup of the region's major developments on March 14.

: Here's a roundup of the region's major developments on March 15.

: Have some fun with these great deals.

: Look for this planner each Wednesday, and help us build the planner with your own suggestions and tips. Just add them to the comment box. If you disagree with our picks, let us know. We want to hear from you.

: Combine classic rock and blues with good food at Henry's in Acworth, and you might not want to come back.

: The arguing over wants vs. needs and property taxes vs. sales taxes left Cobb County closely divided at the polls.

: Each Thursday we preview the homes you can tour this weekend.

: Mayor Allegood reacted to the SPLOST vote in this column.

: Check out our recent excursion to a Main Street hotspot.

: The 2010 census shows that in the same year the city celebrated its sesquicentennial, its population topped 20,000, up more than 50 percent in a decade.

: Emotional police presentations take the spotlight in front of the Acworth aldermen.

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