CASA for Children to have new home
by Jessicah Peters
12:05 AM, Thursday, August 28
A local Cherokee County organization that advocates for children within the foster care system will soon have a permanent place to call home. CASA for Children, Inc. purchased the old Georgia State Patrol building, which is located off Marietta Hi...

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