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2013 NEWS
 
LOCAL
New flex service sought for south Cobb bus route ceased during recession
KSU football era begins with Bohannon
Bohannon, those closest to him, feel KSU coach had desire to be a winner
Commentary: Bohannon has Cobb coaches' seal of approval
Briscoe, McCollum air traffic control towers closing due to sequestration
Endangered bat to delay DOT projects
Troubled tracks: Motorist claims rough crossing in Marietta damaged his car
New left turn light on East-West Connector has 4 signals
Senate approves bill to avert federal shutdown
Cobb Chamber of Commerce recognized as one of top 10 fastest-growing in nation
Business-Forward Breakfast set for April 2
The SPLOST: ‘Yes’ vote best option for funding local schools
Kennesaw considers joining Georgia and Cobb election schedule
CID gets go-ahead in plan’s next step: Officials OK consultant for Cumberland
Kennesaw Avenue looks to become a local historic district
New beginnings — Former auto dealer site being transformed into $22M senior community
McCollum mulls flying solo after feds cut funding
Sope Creek expands mountain bikers’ access to 6.7 miles of trails in April
Cobb Chamber names Sharon Mason second in command
Sequestration claims airport tower
Battlefield Park eyes shuttle bus fee hike — Proposal not tied to sequestration
Aviation budget cuts getting real
Cobb up against lawmakers who say TSPLOST repeal ‘ain’t going to happen
Cobb Planning board OKs two major developments
KSU launches football website
Panelist says incentives are 'a must have' for economic development
Keeping Cobb colorful — ‘Low on Taxes, Big on Business’
Board approves $1.4M contract for transportation plan update
Cobb picked as top destination for sporting events
Solar energy project benefiting Cobb EMC back on track
Company plans to add 200 new jobs
Infosys to add 500 jobs in strategic Atlanta hub
Bus Rapid Transit vs Express Bus Service
Official: Private sector seeks changes to TAD policy
The Clean Air Campaign® and Local Partners Welcome 91 New Workplaces to Georgia Commute Options
Local national parks facing sequester cuts
Control towers could close
Spending Cuts Could Impact McCollum
Cobb transit manager begins March 5
Acworth Community center provides safe haven for homework, hanging out
Commission takes action on SPLOST projects
Kaiser Permanente Wins Prestigious Eisenberg Award for Patient Safety and Quality Efforts
KSU football's $5 million sponsor revealed Fifth Third Bank gets naming rights to KSU Stadium
KSU stadium to be named for Fifth Third
Kennesaw State will pitch football plan again
Cobb officials eye Cleveland transit system
KSU football plan 'sound,' Regents vote all that's left
Cobb drivers beat average Atlanta traffic
KSU grads benefit from new audit program
Thrill rides, conventions boosting Cobb tourism
GMA: Fractional SPLOST means less voter input
Acworth mayor: City has grown into destination
Cobb feels sting of higher gas prices
Weekly Cobb Road Construction Update
Sope Creek bridge construction could delay commute
Collision kills cyclist on Bells Ferry Road
Busy Acworth venture has WellStar eyeing more health parks
A household name — WellStar rebrands Marietta campus to reflect array of services Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal - A household name — WellStar rebrands Marietta campus to reflect array of services
Mayor Tumlin addresses hits — and misses — during his State of the City speech Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal - Mayor Tumlin addresses hits — and misses — during his State of the City speech
As Electric car sales stall, Cobb adds charging stations
‘Walkability’ study gets $7,500 from Town Center
Official: reversible lanes opening in 2018
Competitive EDGE: Coming together to market Cobb to world
Incoming Chamber chair says he wants to see businesses ‘thrive’ in Cobb County
KSU’s IT department earns honor for work on enhancing security
COBB COUNTY: TEAM EFFORT Job creation and higher education
Cobb representatives receive their Committee assignments
Lee: Cobb has an EDGE when it comes to economic development
2013 State of Cobb County Remarks
Kennesaw mayor highlights airport tower in address
Chairman picks candidates for exec roles
Kennesaw State’s football program push given stiff-arm by State Regents
Immigration code change gains support with Cobb commissioners
MARTA and MARTOC — relationship may be thawing, but gulf remains
 
METRO
 
Officials seek to extend Streetcar
Metro Atlanta’s transportation funding clobbered by recession, dip in federal support, ARC study shows
Midtown widens green effort in ‘eco district’
MARTA mandates bill running out of time
Auburn Avenue gets state incentive to spur businesses along streetcar route
Endangered bat to delay DOT projects
MARTA eyes new development at train stations
Avondale project would lift Decatur
MARTA privatization could affect as many as 800 jobs
Business-Forward Breakfast set for April 2
Atlanta aims for development along Auburn Avenue
Crews begin laying street car tracks in downtown Atlanta
HOT lane participation increasing, despite dissent and price increases
Numbers show I-85 HOT lanes are working
I-85 HOT Lanes are Working
The National Brownfields Conference comes to Atlanta
Atlanta’s $922 million fix-it list was $750 million when cited in 2008 report
Crews begin laying street car tracks in downtown Atlanta
Meet Keith Parker, MARTA’s New General Manager and CEO
Ga. House approves changes to MARTA operations
State funding for Xpress a revolution
Gas prices set record high for month
House vote means MARTA overhaul likely on its way
Georgia House approves MARTA mandates
MARTA privatization bill passes subcommittee; second hearing is today
MARTA transit changes pass through Georgia House vote
Chattanooga: Eating our lunch in liveability
Cobb transit manager begins March 5
Atlanta prepares for its future as it builds its first modern streetcar
Gridlock Guy: Jammys are Atlanta’s answer to the Grammys
Gas prices climb 17 cents in a week, 41 cents in a month
Economy better, but we still drive less
Roads will add to stadium price; unclear who’ll pay
Transit riders get fit, stay relaxed
GMA: Fractional SPLOST means less voter input
Proposed law would force MARTA privatization
MARTA aiming for five active transit projects
Georgia DOT Board gets new blood
SR 20 widening approved in Gwinnett
DeKalb seeks input on transportation update
Henry set to receive GDOT grants
Decatur to lauch pilot shuttle
Sidewalk to be built along U.S. 29 in Lilburn
Atlanta BeltLine a path for private entities to partner for public good
Officials propose stripping TSPLOST 'penalty'
MARTA seeks input on north Fulton transit
Metro jobless rate rises, but so does optimism
Funding for Bikes
Transportation planning funds reallocated for immediate needs
Ups and downs of Atlanta Streetcar project due to reintroducing transit
ARC’s first reorg in a generation aims to meet region’s emerging needs
Beach wins Rogers’ state Senate seat
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STATE
 
Senate approves bill to avert federal shutdown
Split-penny tax bill fails in Ga. House
State funding for Xpress a revolution
Will Georgia's Ethanol Production influence Gas Prices?
Columbus attorney set for panel on TSPLOST
GMA: Fractional SPLOST means less voter input
Georgia DOT Board gets new blood
GSU Study Says Georgia Losing High-Paying Jobs: A Talk with Study Editor Carolyn Bourdeaux
Officials propose stripping TSPLOST 'penalty'
2006, 2012 Houston County SPLOST collections lower than expected 2006, 2012 Houston County SPLOST collections lower than expected
GDOT’s challenges
Connector a gateway to city
 
National
 
Senate approves bill to avert federal shutdown
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood resigns
 
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