News for Wednesday, October 21, 2009


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Suspect jailed in Stockbridge shooting

By Jason A. Smith

Traffic stop nets $1.5 million in marijuana

By Jason A. Smith

Why coupon's fine print may be your friend

Last week, we discussed how to handle confused cashiers who may try to incorrectly limit our coupon usage in one way or another. The key to eliminating most cashier confusion is to familiarize yourself with the store's coupon policy, which states all of the store's rules for accepting coupons.

Taking care of myself, because no one else will

I normally hate going to the doctor.

BOC calls for study of C-TRAN's impact

By Joel Hall

Family business in operation for 70 years

By Joel Hall

Martha's big adventure - Responses from readers - Martha Randolph Carr

The responses from readers of recent columns on melanoma keep coming in asking for more information or to share their story. It's a great idea to keep the conversation going, if only because it is one of the fastest-spreading cancers and has no treatment protocol beyond surgery. It's where breast cancer was back in the 1970's.

Clayton State to host annual health fair

By Curt Yeomans

Three teens struck by gunfire

Three teenage girls were struck by gunfire Tuesday afternoon in an apparent drive-by shooting, Clayton County Police said.

It's all Cathy's fault - Denese Rodgers

When I was a little girl, I just loved to "pop" my knuckles. It makes such a satisfying "craaack" sound.

CSU offering graduate test preparation course

By Curt Yeomans

Obituaries - Oct. 21, 2009

John Wilbur "Bill" Bohanan

Datebook - Oct. 21, 2009