The Henry Players' latest offering is all about "The Women."
A juvenile was shot in his left arm on Tuesday, while driving away from a black male, who attempted to rob him and two other passengers in his vehicle, according to Clayton County police.
Members of the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus, and other state lawmakers, vowed to fight for Clayton County's C-TRAN bus service during a public hearing at the state Capitol on Wednesday.
Clayton County Public Schools proved its special-needs bus drivers are some of the best-trained in the state by taking first place last weekend in the 2010 State Special Needs Roadeo.
Lewis Academy of Excellence Founder Patricia Lewis stood before a state Board of Education committee on Wednesday morning and said it was not her school's fault that it was denied a 10-year charter from the Georgia Charter Schools Commission two months ago.
A former Forest Park police officer drove a woman behind a building in the middle of the night, got out of the patrol car fondling himself, opened the back door and told the woman that, if she did what he said, everything would be all right, the alleged victim in a police officer rape trial testified Wednesday.
A Riverdale police officer fired on a car multiple times Wednesday morning, after the driver struck a construction worker and turned the vehicle in the officer's direction, authorities said.
It took Sydney Partee a few minutes to understand the bell, but she eventually realized why it was being rung every few seconds.
I have reached that point in my life where my body has started playing tricks on me.
"I thought the purpose of Presidents Day was getting steep discounts on furniture and linen."
I'm only guessing, but a major problem with being president has to be people around you being more likely to stick their face in a cast iron, oscillating fan than tell you the truth.
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A former treasurer of the Clayton County branch of the NAACP is awaiting her day in court after being charged with stealing from the organization.
Qualifying for candidates seeking to fill the unexpired term of Morrow City Councilman Charles Sorrow will begin today at the Morrow Municipal Complex.
It took nearly three minutes of basketball before either Lovejoy or Mundy's Mill could score a point in their Region 4-AAAAA contest Tuesday night.
A former Forest Park Police officer admits to having sex with a woman he had just ticketed during a traffic stop, but his attorneys argued Tuesday that the sex was consensual, not rape.
Southern Crescent round up:
A group of approximately 20 local, female, senior citizens go to the Frank Bailey Senior Center in Riverdale every Tuesday afternoon to shuffle, shimmy, and cha-cha together for a couple of hours.
Fund-raising efforts are currently underway for the GROW Wildlife Hospital of Georgia, which, when constructed, will be the first specialized wildlife veterinary hospital in the state.
Here came the exact scenario No. 7 Forest Park hoped to avoid storming down the court. Dutchtown senior guard Brittney Strickland drove the length of the court. A Forest Park timeout to establish its defense before the Lady Bulldogs inbounded the ball to their speedy leader couldn't stop it. Neither could the four Lady Panthers in pursuit.
Jamie Jones, a special agent-in-charge with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, held a flashlight in a cave at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He was monitoring his subordinates.
A group of nine female Babb Middle School students stood before a parent assembly at the school on Monday night and, one by one, recited quotes from famous African-American women like Maya Angelou and Oprah Winfrey.
After nine months at Clayton State University, the word "interim" no longer applies to Tim Hynes.
The Clayton County Board of Commissioners (BOC) voted Tuesday to formally revoke the business license of "The Spot" restaurant at 8514 Ga. Highway 85 in Jonesboro.