For the week of September 21st through September 25th, all 421 Georgia high school football teams will have blue ribbon decals on their helmets. All coaches will be wearing blue wristbands and referees will be throwing blue penalty flags. Blue ribbons will be stenciled on the playing fields and public service announcements will be made during halftime.
A former female Clayton County Deputy is suing Sheriff Victor Hill for sex, race, color and age discrimination.
Both Lovejoy and Mundy’s Mill will kick their seasons off tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. at Twelve Oaks Stadium. Last season, the Wildcats scored 35 points in the first half and eventually topped the Tigers 47-14.
Former Jonesboro standout Cameron Sutton continues to rack up the preseason accolades before the season begins next weekend.
Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services are working to put out a business fire at the intersection of Old Dixie Road and Charles W. Grant Parkway.
The owner of Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet in Jonesboro has been ordered by a federal judge to pay 84 workers nearly $2 million in back wages.
There’s now a firm working toward creating a marketing plan for the Gillem Logistics Center.
Clayton County Public Schools continues to fall below the state average on the ACT college entrance exam.
Dynamite Sports is holding a free seminar tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Riverdale High School media center. The title of the presentation is “Guiding the College Bound Athlete.”
City Council took a moment during its Tuesday council meeting to remember Ernest Duffy.
Education officials said the 2015 ACT results show Georgia at the top of the pack in ACT performance among Southern states.
Clayton police confirm names of children
School officials have confirmed one child killed in an accident Tuesday was a student at Church Street Elementary in Riverdale
New charter school unveils “state of the art” facilities
Du Bois Integrity Academy officials will host a ribbon cutting Friday to celebrate the completion of its new “state-of-the-art” facility at 6479 Church St.
Celebration of Life Service for Mr. Kenneth "Mookie" Marshall, Jr. of Jonesboro will be held Saturday, August 29, 2015
Survey shows improved preparedness, room for improvement
More than three out of four Georgians are at least somewhat prepared for an emergency, but many have not taken all of the essential steps to get ready, according to a new statewide survey by the Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security Ready Georgia campaign.
The Women on the Move Summit is back to inspire business women on the Southside this year.
Rent agreement includes purchase option deadline
Time is ticking, and officials at Utopian Academy for the Arts have a couple of months to decide whether to purchase a property at 6630 Camp St.
Every year, Clayton County holds its annual county softball championship. Over the weekend, Mundy’s Mill topped Lovejoy 8-1 to repeat as county champions.
A split Riverdale council adopted a new policy Monday that would require council members to pay back any money they spent beyond their allotted travel budget.
These new units are funded by the 2015 SPLOST that was voted on by the residents of Clayton County. The units will be replacing an older fleet.