News for Friday, August 13, 2010

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Woman sought in theft of debit, credit cards

An unidentified woman, who reportedly stole debit and credit cards, is being sought by Henry County Police.

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Police searching for alleged shoplifter

A shoplifting suspect is being sought by police, after allegedly stealing items from a Stockbridge store.

The reason Jesus died on the cross - James C. Bell

The Bible tells us all about the life of Jesus. We see Him teaching the disciples and the

'Strickland' to perform at Olde Towne

Country music band "Strickland" will perform at Olde Towne Morrow on Saturday,

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Animal Control, Humane Society sponsor mass pet adoption

According to Clayton County officials, for the past two years, the county has led the state in the number of dogs and cats euthanized due to high numbers of stray and forfeited animals.

Pair allegedly steals air conditioners

Perhaps, a S.W.A.T. team is the last thing you want to see when there are allegedly stolen air conditioning units in the back of your pickup truck.

Hynes to be formally installed as CSU's president

Queen Elizabeth, II, of the United Kingdom, does it approximately 2,600 times a year -- according to her web site, at least -- and Catholic popes have done it countless times over the centuries, but it almost never happens at Clayton State University.

Metro area dodges mild drought around state

Drought conditions are closing in on metro Atlanta, according to state climatologist David Stooksbury.

Defeated candidates file election challenge

Four local candidates, recently defeated in the July Democratic primary or the August runoff, have filed a formal complaint with the state, calling for an investigation of Clayton County Elections and Registration Director Annie Bright, and questioning the integrity of the elections.

Federal funds to make airport's flights safer

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is providing $9.2 million for improvement projects that are expected to make flights safer, more efficient and more reliable, at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Community Service Board programs get accreditation

The programs offered by a local community service agency have received an international endorsement.

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Smith graduates from PAGE Teacher Academy

Christopher Smith said he cannot imagine doing anything career-wise, other than teaching.

Mason works his way up

Marquiste Mason had long grown comfortable to his role as the young one amongst Woodland's starting linebackers. It was that way from the start, from Woodland's first game ever. Those lined up beside him were always older and had spent far more time learning to chase down running backs.

Hynes to be formally installed as CSU's president

Queen Elizabeth, II, of the United Kingdom, does it approximately 2,600 times a year — according to her web site, at least — and Catholic popes have done it countless times over the centuries, but it almost never happens at Clayton State University.

Federal funds to make airport's flights safer

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is providing $9.2 million for improvement projects that are expected to make flights safer, more efficient and more reliable, at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

'Strickland' to perform at Olde Towne

Country music band "Strickland" will perform at Olde Towne Morrow on Saturday, Aug. 14, from 6 to 9 p.m., as part of the Olde Town Morrow Summer Concert Series. Admission to the concert is free. Blankets and lawn chairs are welcome. Olde Town Morrow's shops, and Maguires Family and Friends pub will be open during the concerts. For more information about the concert series, contact Jessica Kilby at (678) 794-9122.

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Swarovski opens at Hartsfield-Jackson

As passengers approach the Swarovski boutique, at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, they'll find crystals producing hundreds of shimmering sparkles in the display window.

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