They’ve been serving great Bar-B-Q in the metro Atlanta area for 30 years.
Margaret Mitchell’s 1936 novel Gone With The Wind is filled with fiery characters, dramatic situations, and unforgettable dialogue. So it must have been a breeze to adapt for the film version, right?
It is one of those things which need to just been seen to be believed. Good thing the Marietta Police Department caught a picture of it as proof it happened.
Marietta police are using your home security systems to help them fight crime faster. It’s important to note, registering your camera will not give them access to your security system. Residents can let the city know if a home has cameras and how to contact the homeowner. So, if a crime does happen in the area, police know quickly who and how to get ahold of any video which might help a case.
Marietta Police are fully staffed at a time when other agencies are scrambling to find recruits. Here's how they do it.
Marietta High School held a celebration parade after winning the state’s football championship.
Customers who made payments on the City of Marietta's website for two months may have had their credit card information compromised.
It's related to a data breach that hit the city's utility payment system called Click2Gov.
The Marietta Police Department selected nearly 50 children, kindergarten through fifth grade, for its annual Shop with a Cop event.
Federal agents raided a series of popular Hispanic supermarkets in metro Atlanta Thursday. They left with scores of evidence and made a handful of immigration-related arrests.
Join the FOX 5 Atlanta team the Highland Plaza Publix in Marietta for the Great Toy Drop. Bring a new, unwrapped toy to donate to Toys For Tots and meet your favorite member of FOX 5 Atlanta.
Critics are pushing back against a Georgia pastor's effort to care for migrant children who've been separated from their parents.
The Marietta City School System is adding two new police officer positions within their schools thanks to a new grant.
As you log on to take advantage of Cyber Monday deals, the Marietta Police Department has an important message.
Four people were arrested for 'romance scams' which bilked millions of dollars from victims.
A Marietta City Schools bus and an SUV driven by a teen got into a crash on Thursday. It thankfully looked worse than it actually was.
The stores were claiming they were selling legal Hemp and THC, but officials say testing proved differently.
Marietta Police use Jiu Jitsu training to help avoid use of force
A building in Marietta could become housing for immigrant children under a plan by a local nonprofit group.
During the 2016 campaign, candidate Donald Trump stood in front of largely white crowds and asked black voters to consider, "What the hell do you have to lose?"