When the Forest Park girls basketball team met the end of its season in the Class AAAA semifinals last spring, it was against a Southwest DeKalb team with a deep inventory of talent that allowed for multiple starting lineups.
Union Grove boys basketball coach Russ Atkins had a clear-cut message for his basketball team heading into the fourth quarter of Friday night's game against Griffin.
With a team that is a little less experienced, and not as tall as last season, North Clayton realizes that it must win this season with defense.
It was a tale of two halves.
Three years ago, Fidelis Mutiso set foot on the Clayton State campus with two goals in mind - earn his degree and earn NCAA Division II All-American honors in men's cross country.
Jonesboro Mayor Luther Maddox said the city's Streetscape project should be nearly complete by the end of this month. It is still scheduled, he added, to be finished by February, which is when the construction contract for the project is set to expire.
Jane Phillips sat her four children down on the sidewalk in front of the south tower entrance to Henry Medical Center (HMC), and gave each of them a hot chocolate.
For 10 years, the Jonesboro-based Arts Clayton Gallery has been painting the community red -- and green -- and blue.
Hampton resident, Jerrel Baker, at 17, is the youngest of four children. However, he said, he was the first among them to make it to his senior year of high school. And he plans to be the first to graduate.
In light of a recent arrest, Henry County authorities are urging residents to keep a close watch on their belongings during the holiday season.
The Henry Arts Alliance will present its 17th annual "Christmas With The Arts" program.
In anticipation of Christmas, a full day of events is planned for the McDonough Square today, when the first of three "Santa Saturdays" gets underway, according to Casey Case, media relations spokesperson for the City of McDonough.
Police in Henry County are working to identify a deceased woman, whose remains were recently discovered in Stockbridge.
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) awarded 17 contracts valued at approximately $48 million for road improvements across Georgia, on Friday, according to a spokesperson for the department.
Like mother, like daughter. Forty-eight-year-old Laura Hinshaw, who has been a registered nurse for 28 years, is back in school, working to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree.
It is said that God's grace is more than His gentleness and kindness toward us: It means His undeserved favor. This means He owes nothing to us, and we deserve nothing from Him.
McDonough city officials say they are anticipating the official opening of a new De Wafelbakkers manufacturing and food processing plant that will add 242 new jobs to the Henry County economy. And they expect it to happen in less than a year.
A property swap has helped lure a Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation distribution center to Henry County.
McDonough resident, C.J. Singh, recalled dashing to the front door of the County Line Package Store as it swung open. It was forced outward the power of the wind.
Public transportation and economic development top the concerns of members of the Clayton County Legislative Delegation as they prepare for the 2011 session of the Georgia General Assembly which convenes in January.
Mitten Tree Day will be celebrated at the Clayton County Headquarters Library, in Jonesboro.
The Clayton County Board of Commissioners (BOC) is asking for the community's help to make sure needy children have a chance to clutch a new doll, or action figure this Christmas.
The Clayton County Board of Education is set to break with traditions it set in 2008 and 2009, taking a page from the playbooks of previous versions of the school board. It will swear in recently re-elected members before their new terms actually begin.
Two men, both 22, have been indicted a Clayton County Grand Jury in connection with armed robberies of several Waffle House restaurants, and aggravated assault against a restaurant employee, Clayton County Superior Court documents show.
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