Billy Joe B.J. Little, of Forest Park, passed away on April 20, 2015.
Elizabeth Austin Miller, 76, died Monday, April 20, 2015 surrounded by family and friends.
Feds indict 16 in $10 million scam.
Defendant accused in killing over jacket set for trial Monday.
Man charged with making ‘Brian Nichols’ threat fires attorney, declines plea offer. Trial is to start May 4.
Jonesboro officials break ground on Lee Street Park.
Georgia Power employees have come together to take part in the American Cancer Society’s Run for the Reason fundraiser.
Experts stress public health concerns
Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black is alerting Georgians to the expanded recall of all Blue Bell Creameries products currently in the marketplace, due to possible health risk.
Clayton County officials have indicated that step increases and bonuses are possibilities next year for school employees.
School Notebook 4-25-15
The Clayton State University Society for Human Resource Management Student Chapter has earned two finalist nominations for the 2015 SHRM-Atlanta Pegasus Awards for Excellence in Humans Resources.
Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org for pet information or call the Clayton County Humane Society for assistance at 770-471-9436.
The new building is part of the approved 2009 SPLOST project.
Consumers get their questions answered by Georgia Department of Agriculture.
More than 15,000 people lined up in the Georgia International Convention Center with the hope of leaving with with a job.
Morrow Fire Chief Mark Herendeen foresees a successful fire department-sponsored health fair headed toward Morrow.
Event helps raise awareness of organ donors
Randy Daniel has the support of a lot of people.
Partnered with Interfaith Children’s Movement, a member-based organization geared to improve the lives of children, City of College Park City Council members planted blue pinwheels and proclaimed April as child abuse awareness month.
Jonesboro’s Austin Donaldson has been granted release from his national letter of intent by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Deantre Mack and Jesse Bucknor are the latest Jonesboro Cardinals to sign to play college basketball.
Clayton State’s Job Kemboi broke his own record in the 5,000-meters