News for Tuesday, April 14, 2009


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Local residents take home lottery winnings

By Johnny Jackson

SACS, state officials say BOE has improved

By Curt Yeomans

Chamber members learn how to protect businesses

By Maria Jose Subiria

Two men shot at Morrow pizza shop

Clayton County Police were trying to determine what led to the shooting death of one man Monday, and the wounding of another man, at a fast-food restaurant in Morrow.

Barbecue festival planned at Nash Farm Park

The second annual Simply Southern Jubilee Bluegrass and Bar-B-Que Festival is scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Nash Farm Park.

Lovejoy wins approval for police force

By Linda Looney-Bond

Hand grenade, guns, drugs found in house

By Linda Looney-Bond

Clayton police target curfew violators

By Linda Looney-Bond

Mr. Obama's traveling circus - Mike Reagan

While the United States writhes in the agony of seeking a way out of the current financial mess, President Obama, his wife, and a cast of 500 aides and hangers-on took the show on the road, crisscrossing the old world well-equipped with a supply of the trusty teleprompters needed to render him eloquent.

Youth called to action on Mega Service Day

By Joel Hall

Victims in Morrow plaza shooting identified

By Linda Looney-Bond

Exploring my inner Fernandis - Joel Hall

My grandfather was kind of an epic character, someone who I wish I had gotten to know a little better.

Obituaries - April 14, 2009

Franklin Gary Butler

Some post office hours extended for tax filers

By Johnny Jackson

The Adam Lambert ear worm - Denese Rodgers

I admit it, I am hopelessly hooked on this season of "American Idol."

Satterfield headed to Locust Grove

By Brian Paglia

Martha's big adventure - The economoy of friendships - Marth Randolph Carr

A tough economy like the one we are smack in the middle of right now can make it tough to create new friendships.