News for Tuesday, April 7, 2009


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Tar Heels win NCAA title


Clayton motel raid nets drug arrests

By Linda Looney-Bond

Rhythm, emotion drive College Park dancers

By Maria Jose Subiria

Child struck, killed by car in parking lot

By Linda Looney-Bond

Pupils help pre-schoolers dye seasonal treats

By Curt Yeomans

Don't get angry, get even - Mike Reagan

When the members of the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis) wanted to use anger as a political weapon, they burned the Reichstag and blamed it on the Communists.

Gas prices flatten in Georgia

By Johnny Jackson

North Korea's ambition - Joel Hall

In 2005, with the help of the United Service Organizations, I became one of a lucky handful of Americans to pass through the Korean Demilitarized Zone and set foot on North Korean soil. While I only made it to North Korea's doorstep, I could tell something was bubbling to a head.

RIP General Motors - Martha Randolph Carr

Rick Wagoner has been laid off. The newly-former CEO of General Motors was forced out by the Obama administration after failing to present a workable strategy in exchange for a request of $16.6 billion in additional taxpayer dollars on top of the $14.4 billion the company already received.

Pair coupons with Rock-Bottom Sales

Armed with the knowledge that every item in the grocery store is on sale at its lowest price just once in a 12-week time span, planning your shopping trips around what is on sale versus what you need in a particular week is the next step to saving money on groceries.

Merchants cited in undercover alcohol sting

By Linda Looney-Bond

Clayton schools to let go of internal auditor

By Curt Yeomans