News for Friday, October 26, 2007


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Speaker, lieutenant governor pitch reservoirs bill

By Dave Williams

Businesses roll out welcome mat for race fans

By Jason A. Smith

Report highlights state road funding shortfall

ATLANTA - For the past year, Georgia transportation officials have used a projected $7.7 billion six-year shortfall in funding for needed highway projects as the chief argument in their fight for more money.

Clayco Connections fund-raiser benefits children

Clayco Connections, hosted by Riverdale-based Community Reach, Inc., has given local children an opportunity to be models and fund-raisers, at the same time, for the last 10 years.

When the rich laugh (and die)

Along the winding garden path of my life, I have discovered that F. Scott Fitzgerald was basically correct when he remarked, "The rich are different from you and I."

County reveals wish list for projected SPLOST

By Joel Hall

Police encourage trick-or-treat safety for Halloween

By Jason A. Smith

Charming Shoppes warms bodies, hearts at five schools

By Curt Yeomans

Souljas, supermen and modern dance

I recently had an opportunity to see the "Soulja Boy" dance that I've been hearing about for the last month.

Schools preparing MRSA information letter for parents

By Curt Yeomans

Halloween Decorations

In the dark, at the Clayton Center Behavioral Services' House of Fear, skeletons seems to float in the air, glaring down at the passing people. The tour, at 6315 Garden Walk Blvd., costs $5 and proceeds go toward assisting people with mental illness, addictive diseases and developmental disabilities in Clayton County. It's open from 7-10:30 every night thru Halloween.