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The council will get to work in September.
Schools, Awareness, Summer, Patch Reads
They have created incentive programs to encourage students to read during the summer break.
Mixed reviews on J.J. Abrams latest Star Trek epic, with at least one critic raving about the film.
The Bibles were removed from cabins and rooms at Georgia parks after a complaint from a visitor.
Sports, Local Connections
The action continues Saturday at Lake Acworth Beach at Cauble Park.
Here are today's top headlines from Patch towns around Acworth and across north Georgia.
His remarks were made in the wake of a CDC study that found that 58 percent of the pool filter samples taken from metro Atlanta public pools tested positive for E. coli, bacteria normally found in the human gut and feces.
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Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Business, Arts, Awareness, Weekend Planner
See tweets and photos from teams and attendees at the Relay For Life events happening in Paulding and Cobb counties.
The Neighborhood Files
This weekend get out to the Cobb County Animal Control's Spring Adopt-a-Thon, historic sites in South Cobb, Smyrna and Vinings, "Legally Blonde the Musical" on Marietta Square and the Georgia U.S.A. Ambassador Pageant in Kennesaw.
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