The Powder Springs Police Incident Reports and the Cobb County, GA Police Incident Reports are updated constantly to let our readers and the know what is happening in their neighborhoods and to help make our neighborhoods a safer place to live, work, & play.
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For more information about Cobb County, GA and Cobb County services you can visit their website at www.cobbcounty.org The Powder Springs Messenger Newspaper, your local hometown news source for the Powder Springs, GA area. The Messenger has been serving our community since 1993 or over 15 years and is locally owned and operated. The Messenger Newspaper is owned and operated solely by George Narretta, Editor and Cindy Narretta, Publisher.
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The editor and publisher make all decisions regarding The Powder Springs Messenger Newspaper and its content! The Messenger is direct mailed through the U. S. Postal Service to the 30127 zip code which covers Powder Springs, Georgia and part of Hiram, Georgia. We direct mail to over 14,000 households and an additional 1,000 businesses in the 30127 zip code area. We currently print and direct mail 17 issues yearly on our current 3 week schedule SEE SCHEDULE WEBPAGE ABOVE
We cover: Cobb County News and events, Cobb County Police Incident Reports, City of Powder Springs News and Events, classified ads, real estate information, local events and area school news, human interest stories, City Council Meeting Minutes, political races, news about our area men and women in the Military, local history, wedding and birth announcements, business advertising rates, news about our Powder Springs Seniors, Obituaries and more… The Messenger Newspaper is the only newspaper located in Powder Springs, Georgia with news solely about area events, our residents and local businesses and letting our community know what is happening in our city.
We are always looking for new and interesting stories for our readers. Perhaps you would like to see something in The Messenger we aren’t currently publishing – let us know readers, we would like to hear from you!