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Leaders of Cobb: Amanda Lucey

Chief Executive Officer, The Partnership THE STORY: I went to the University of West Georgia and studied economics and journalism. I ended up graduating from...

Leaders of Cobb: Tom Andre

Associate Broker, REALTOR®, & Licensed Professional Counselor THE STORY: I am originally from southern Connecticut, where my father and grandfather operated a real estate brokerage...

MUST Ministries Partners with Bethesda Community Clinic

The MUST Ministries Canton location is partnering with Bethesda Community Clinic to provide their Mobile Medical Unit offering free healthcare services to anyone in...

Powder Springs Honored by Atlanta Regional Commission

The City of Powder Springs and the Powder Springs Downtown Development Authority has received the 2020 Great Place Award from the Atlanta Regional Commission...

New Park Named After Historical Figure in Acworth

Doyal Hill Park
Acworth’s new Doyal Hill Park opened in December, and was named in honor of Doyal Hill, the first African American to serve on Acworth’s...

Giving Members as Much Value as Possible

Murali Krishnan, LGE Chief Information Officer, Carol Wagner, LGE Chief Administrative Officer, Rodney Grizzle, LGE Chief Operations Officer, Sean Ferrell, LGE Chief Financial Officer.
LGE Community Credit Union pushes through 2020 and looks forward to its 2021 plans By Lindsay Field Penticuff While many individuals, small businesses, and companies faced...

Ahead Of The Class

Cobb County opens a new police academy By Cory Sekine-Pettite Cobb County has opened a new training facility for its police force, replacing an older training...

Local Nursing Leaders Enhance Healthcare In Georgia

portrait of a young nurse in a blue uniform and a protective shield to protect against a new dangerous virus covid19
By Christy Rosell Our community spent most of 2020 learning how to live through a pandemic, and a spotlight was cast on nurses and the...

Traffic Enforcement Myths

One young person pulled over, looking at the police officer, getting a ticket
By Cory Sekine-Pettite My brother is in law enforcement, so I have it on fairly good authority that there are many myths still perpetuating our...

Break The Cycle Of Financial Illiteracy

A middle-aged man sits at his dining room table with his young son teaching him about home finances. He is working from home and telecommuting.
Take control of your future — and help your kids with theirs — through free online tools from local credit unions. By Cory Sekine-Pettite Most of...