Marietta Daily Journal

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As the flagship daily newspaper for Times-Journal Inc., the Marietta Daily Journal can trace its roots to 1866 to a hand press "The Marietta Journal" printed by Robert McAlpin Goodman and left behind after Union troops left Georgia after the Civil War. The leaflet turned into a weekly publication and eventually into a daily in 1935. Today, the newspaper covers all of Cobb County and boasts a circulation of about 17,000. Times-Journal Inc., with more than 150 employees, also publishes the daily Cherokee Tribune, nearly two dozen weekly Neighbor Newspapers and four monthly magazines for nearly a dozen Georgia counties. The newspaper company remains under family ownership, stretching back to when Otis Brumby Sr., publisher of a competing newspaper, bought the Journal in 1951.
580 S Fairground St SE, Marietta, GA 30060
(770) 428-9411
  • Hours: Mon - Sat, 6:30am - 10pm; Sun, closed
  • Accessible: yes
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