In an unusual occurrence, testimony in Henry County Superior Court was highlighted Thursday by a father on trial for murder, cross-examining his own son.
Tara Elementary School fifth-grader, Brittany Chopra, is no shyster, but she does know how to spell the word.
In remarks to local business leaders on Thursday morning, Clayton County Public Schools Superintendent Edmond Heatley spent much of his time talking about student accomplishments and looming financial challenges facing the district.
Some 700 students from around the state will converge on the Dutchtown High School campus in Hampton on Saturday, to take part in interviews for the annual Georgia Governor's Honors Program.
On Wednesday, the Clayton County Sheriff's Office Fugitive/Tactical Investigation Unit arrested a man who was, allegedly, operating a meth lab in his Riverdale home.
A Clayton County grand jury has indicted a man in connection with an alleged armed robbery of a Morrow check-cashing store last June.
While traditional bank lending remains tight for small businesses, the Georgia district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) reports that guaranteed lending to small business has jumped 83 percent in Georgia, from 224 loans in fiscal year 2009 to 410 loans in fiscal year 2010.
Thirteen rising opera stars will perform in Morrow this weekend, for a chance to sing on the stage of The Metropolitan Opera.
The Clayton County Sheriff's Office K-9 unit seized twelve bundles of marijuana, weighing approximately 320 pounds, total, Thursday, at an Ellenwood shipping company, according to spokesperson, Sgt. Sonja Sanchez.
When our friendship was new and still most interesting, Poet sought to impress me. But when the new wore off, Poet cast me into the ring with his other friends who are familiar and comfortable, so there is no longer a need to impress.
If you've ever heard someone say it's always Mardi Gras in New Orleans, you should believe them, because it's true -- at least, on Bourbon Street.
Let's get one thing clear, I'm not a Florida Gator fan.
Charlie Smith and Kody Arnold make sure to end every Ola wrestling practice and every match with a team prayer. They didn't use to do that. They use to come in, get to work, punch the clock and head home. Another day, another step toward a state title.