News for Friday, April 10, 2009


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March unemployment claims climb 126 percent

By Johnny Jackson

Local churches schedule Easter services


Clayton BOE readies for accreditation visit

The Clayton County Board of Education will review a policy outlining the duties of its members next week, in an ongoing effort to police itself.

The gentle tales of a gentle woman - Ronda Rich

In the sleepy Southern town of Selma, Ala., there is no denying that history has visited in times past and made its memorable mark. To enter into the town from the interstate, it is necessary to cross the Edmund Pettis Bridge made famous by the march of the Civil Rights protestors.

Mayor introduces Riverdale Women's Commission

By Joel Hall

Free classes offered in disaster readiness

By Linda Looney-Bond

Driver indicted in fatal hit-and-run

By Linda Looney-Bond

Auction to help launch foster care visitation center

By Maria Jose Subiria

Remember who watches us on Easter - Curt Yeomans

Every year, Easter tends to make me think of one awkward moment in a game of Scrabble.

Griffin stops Mt. Zion in region tilt

By Brian Paglia

Southern Regional opens Bariatric Center

Southern Regional Medical Center hosted a grand opening Thursday for its new Bariatric Center, which hospital officials believe will help reduce obesity in the Southern Crescent area.