News for Tuesday, June 9, 2009


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Georgia fairs better than most in gas prices

By Johnny Jackson

Regents to vote on CSU proposals

By Curt Yeomans

CSU to host graduate studies open house

The Clayton State University School of Graduate Studies will hold its June open house today, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., in the Spivey Conference Room of the university's Harry S. Downs Center. The center is located on Clayton State's main campus, at 2000 Clayton State Blvd., in Morrow.

Chasing old ghosts through the New South - Bill Steigerwald

I'm not sure it's politically OK to mention this, now that we've elected President Obama and we're officially in a post-racial age. But I saw more black people in a recent four-day, 1,600-mile road trip from Atlanta to the Mississippi Delta, and back, than I have in Pittsburgh in the last year.

Obituaries - June 9, 2009

Teresa A. Hughes

Proposed budget irks some teachers, residents

By Curt Yeomans

Jonesboro Council upholds police chief's firing

By Linda Looney-Bond

Former Eagles, Tigers coach helps ladies soar

By Zack Huffman

Arts Clayton's summer camps begin

By Joel Hall

Eighth-graders show improvement in math scores

By Johnny Jackson

Man pleads not guilty in officer shooting

By Linda Looney-Bond

Man hit with bat after bar argument

By Linda Looney-Bond

The fight for life - Mike Reagan

Last week, Dr. George Tiller, one of the few remaining doctors performing late-term abortions, was shot and killed. The deep and tragic irony here is that his apparently disturbed killer allegedly did so in the name of life.

Riverdale considers staff cut in 2010 budget

By Joel Hall

Reflections of a 27-year-old - Joel Hall

Last Thursday, I silently turned 27.