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The top headlines from Cobb and metro Atlanta for Wednesday, Oct. 31.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Awareness
Cobb resident and colon cancer survivor Dawn Gagliardi is among the hundreds of Metro Atlanta participants in The Undy 5000—a 5k race in underwear to help raise awareness for colon cancer.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Halloween
Residents can choose between the 13th annual Fall Festival of Fun, trunk or treats, the Rocky Horror Show, and more.
The Georgia Department of Labor's Big Shanty Road facility will hold recruitments on Wednesday and Thursday.
Opinion, The Neighborhood Files
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Coverage of the devastating storm from our sister Patch sites in in the affected areas.
The Neighborhood Files
The public is invited to tour the park land located in Northeast Cobb.
The lawsuit alleges that the preamble and the question on the Nov. 6 ballot is biased in favor of approval of the measure.
A Letter to the Editor in favor of the Nov. 6 ballot issue claims the education establishment "is not fighting for your children."
Police & Fire
Cobb police are investigating an armed robbery that took place Sunday evening at the Waffle House on Six Flags Drive; Police are searching for the woman who robbed a Roswell Wells Fargo Bank—headlines from around the region.
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