News for Saturday, April 25, 2009

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Music in the Park series begins tonight

By Valerie Baldowski

Clayton BOE to discuss data-based decisions

Since taking the helm of Clayton County Public Schools last month, Interim Superintendent Valya Lee has repeatedly said she wants school system officials to base decisions affecting student achievement on data from similar school districts. On Monday, the county's school board will hear a presentation on data-driven decision making from acting Chief Academic Officers Sharon Brown and Janice Davis.

Henry resident chases dream with new book

By Jason A. Smith

Former police recruit files suit for sexual harassment

By Linda Looney-Bond

Clayton police, sheriff's office to host blood drives

By Linda Looney-Bond

4-25-09 obituaries

Joni Lynn Job

Henry attorney to receive UGA alumni award

By Jason A. Smith

Anti-gang rally set for Saturday

Clark-Atlanta University's drumline is scheduled to perform at the anti-gang "Drumline for Peace" rally this weekend. The event will take place Saturday, from 3 to 5 p.m., at the Sports & Fitness Factory (formerly Hoops and Fitness), located at 8557 Tara Boulevard, in Jonesboro.

Suspect nabbed in Stockbridge police chase

By Jason A. Smith

Severe storm created problems, delays at airport

By Maria Jose Subiria

Area students learn about personal finances

Johnny Jackson

All God's children just want to be free - Chris Reynolds

Freedom! What an amazing word!

Christians must Love the Lord our God - James C. Bell

How does one "love" God?