News for Friday, September 4, 2009


All Stories

IRS warns of home-buyer credit deadline

By Johnny Jackson

AMS, Henry expect boost from weekend races

By Valerie Baldowski

Clayton State men open home schedule against ranked teams

From Staff Reports

Forest Park library celebrates Julia Child's life

By Curt Yeomans

Honoring all who labor - Michael Thurmond

Labor Day 2009 arrives at a critical juncture in the economic history of the United States of America. The Great Recession has already claimed the jobs of 6.5 million American workers.

Morrow begins Jester's Creek trail's second phase

By Joel Hall

Woman spends decades serving church's children

By Joel Hall

Growing Pains

By Doug Gorman

Faith Notes - Sept. 4, 2009

Sept. 4

Former airport employee allegedly embezzled city funds

By Linda Looney-Bond

CSU professors to participate in book festival

By Curt Yeomans

London, the land of statues - Curt Yeomans

The 9-foot-tall, bronze statue standing on the side of an otherwise mundane London street shows a rather stoic man in a late-19th Century cape-coat, holding a calabash pipe just below his chin and wearing a deerstalker cap.

Obituaries - Sept. 4, 2009

Ray Keys, Sr.

Happy Labor Day - Martha Randolph Carr

The working man's holiday is upon us once again. It's the second one since the Great Recession began and the first one since we were probably able to gather a collective deep breath.

Attendance light at superintendent forum

By Curt Yeomans