News for Friday, May 16, 2008


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Everything I know, I learned from my professors - Curt Yeomans

Dr. Art Kaul was at his best when he got to talk about the scandal-loving newspapers of the late 19th Century.

Too much in a hurry these days - Ronda Rich

Just as I tore past them, hurrying - always hurrying - into the small general store, I heard the old man speak to the younger one sitting beside him. Both were relaxing in folding, aluminum lawn chairs.

Twelve Oaks Stadium to host Relay for Life today

From Friday evening to Saturday morning, volunteers will walk, and run, around the clock at Twelve Oaks Stadium behind Lovejoy High School, to battle cancer.

Woman faces charges of murder, concealing body

By Daniel Silliman

Obituaries - May 16, 2008

Herbert N. Turner

Sampson kicks off campaign for BOE post

Denese Sampson, a legislative assistant for State Sens. Gail Davenport (D-Jonesboro) and Curt Thompson (D-Norcross), will kick off her campaign for the Clayton County Board of Education's District 7 seat Saturday, from 3-6 p.m., at Charles Milton Daniel Memorial Park, located at the intersection of Jonesboro and Morrow roads in Morrow.

Mundy's Mill cadets earn stellar award - again

By Curt Yeomans

Mother of murdered man pleads for accused killer

By Daniel Silliman

Chamber honors female entrepreneurs

By Joel Hall

Man indicted for allegedly killing teenage girlfriend

By Daniel Silliman

Arts Clayton camps now enrolling

Enrollment is now open for two summer arts camps sponsored by Arts Clayton. The 15 annual Kaleidoscope Summer Arts Camp is for kids entering the first through sixth grades next fall. Campers participate in performing arts and visual arts from June 9 through June 20.

Atlanta officer to face grand jury, rape indictment

By Daniel Silliman

Sheriff, former top aide, in new suspension fight

As he continues to fight, the former second-in-command to Sheriff Victor Hill plans to return to work again. Shortly after the county's civil service board ruled that Hill shouldn't have fired William "Tee" Cassells, his former chief deputy, Cassells returned to work as a sergeant.