News for Friday, December 25, 2009


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Are miracles really possible?

The Holy Bible gives us many accounts of miracles happening in the lives of men, women and children, down through the ages.

Officials remind Georgians to get vaccinated

It is not too late to get the 2009 H1N1 vaccine, during the winter season, according to Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) officials.

Stockbridge soldier spends holiday away

While many soldiers are spending the holiday season away from family and friends, some see a larger purpose behind their military service.

Clayton jury returns $17 million verdict

A Clayton County jury has returned a multi-million-dollar verdict against Ford Motor Company, and a co-defendant, in a case involving a 2005 automobile crash that left a local woman paralyzed.

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Aviation museum continues to expand

Inside the Young Aviators Hangar at the National Museum of Commercial Aviation in Forest Park, Cathy Ratti and her son, 22-year-old Michael Ratti, worked together to pilot a simulator over computer-generated suburbs.

Home for Christmas

One Christmas Eve, I entered the Airport Chapel and caught a glimpse of what appeared to be a large man on the floor, balled up, face down in a fetal position. Occasionally, I observe people on the floor, someone praying or a homeless person trying to sleep. But something was peculiar about this body.

New Year's activities abound in coming days

There are several free opportunities, in the coming days, for residents of Clayton and Henry counties to get ready to ring in the new year.

Henry Democrats gather for Christmas fund-raiser

The Henry County Democratic Party turned its December meeting into a holiday fund-raiser.

Officials pushing census participation

State Sen. Valencia Seay (D-Riverdale) said the word needs to go out to every resident in Georgia -- from the old to the young -- that they need to be a part of next year's federal census count.

Walking on art

Passengers walking through the world's busiest airport these days may find themselves stepping on art.