News for Wednesday, September 23, 2009


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Clayton Chamber hosts annual golf invitational

The sun smiled on the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, during its third annual Heritage Cadillac Golf Invitational.

Wildcats hold back Titans

The familiar peripheral activities of Friday night football could be found everywhere around Locust Grove High last night. There were tables selling snowcones and barbecue. There was a vendor selling school apparel offering hats, visors, shirts and jackets.

Drug bust uncovers alleged burglary ring

Clayton County Police say the execution of a search warrant in College Park led them to an alleged burglary ring, as well as items stolen from burglaries in three metro Atlanta counties, and North Carolina.

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Center uses state's first automated drug dispenser

Patients who come to the Spivey Station Surgery Center in Jonesboro have no need to worry about finding a pharmacy after their surgery is completed.

Couponing's best-kept secrets: Big stores, bigger discounts

In the past couple of months, I've shared some of the best and most exciting Super-Couponing secrets with you. This week, I have another. Like some of my previous tips, this one may challenge your assumptions about getting the best possible price when you shop.

Center uses state's first automated drug dispenser

By Joel Hall

Datebook - Sept. 23, 2009


Snapshots and life lessons - Jason Smith

I used to hate having my picture taken.

Sept. 23, 2009

To the editor:

Pedestrian decapitated on Tara Boulevard

A black female was hit by a car and decapitated while attempting to cross Tara Boulevard at the intersection of North Avenue in Jonesboro, just after 8:30 p.m., on Tuesday night, police said.

Leadership roles shared at annual meeting

By Johnny Jackson

Wetlands center to host educational festival

By Curt Yeomans

County official: Miller 'holds us all together'

By Curt Yeomans

Restaurant donation benefiting 'Father's Day' event

By Joel Hall