Despite a protest by 1,500 high school students over Clayton County Public Schools' uniform-dress policy, the county's school board chairperson vowed to not back down, and to keep the policy in tact.
The 102-hour Thanksgiving holiday travel period begins today, and local and state authorities are planning stepped-up traffic enforcement through the holiday weekend.
he Clayton County Police Department recently recognized nine employees for distinguished service throughout the past year.
e other day, I saw my first Salvation Army bell ringer of the holiday season, which, combined with what tomorrow represents, reminded me once again how much I have to be thankful for.
A late-night beer run apparently led to a shooting Monday at the Pembroke Town Homes on Ga. Highway 85 near Riverdale, police said.
A push within Clayton County Public Schools' Transportation Department to promote continuing education among its employees began four years ago, with teaching bus drivers words like "hola" and "sientate por favor."
As I think back on a year that is rapidly coming to a close, I have so much to be grateful for this Thanksgiving.
Last week I touched on a topic that's of intense interest among my Super-Couponing students: Where do shoppers get the best deal, at a supermarket or a supercenter?
I'm itching like a volleyball-playing nudist in a field of poison oak to inflate the first four-story-tall balloon and kick-start the national parade of giving thanks down Main Street, because Turkey Holocaust Day couldn't come soon enough as far as I'm concerned.
After a full day of deliberating Tuesday, a Clayton County jury is scheduled to resume deliberations today in a double-murder trial involving the 2006 shooting deaths of two men.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport officials predict that 1.7 million passengers will travel through the airport this week, to and from their Thanksgiving destinations.
James Willoughby, 66, of Riverdale, once made a living performing heating and air-conditioning maintenance. A few years ago, however, Willoughby's legs were amputated due to complications from diabetes.
According to Lovejoy High School officials, the school needs at least $50,000 to purchase uniforms for the 100 members of the Lovejoy High School Wildcats Marching Band. The City of Lovejoy has decided to help raise the funds by raffling off a brand new, Polaris Ranger 800 CREW all-terrain vehicle.
Some ice water on the gym floor was the only thing that was able to cool off Lovejoy Tuesday in the Wildcats opening game of the Morrow Thanksgiving Tournament.
When the Clayton State Lady Lakers take the floor at home tonight against Albany State in a 7:30 p.m. tip off, it will be with high expecations.