News for Friday, July 2, 2010

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Fort McPherson celebrates the Fourth of July

The loud bangs of fireworks reverberated through the air and the crowd at Gammon Field at Fort McPherson on Thursday night.

CSU admissions deadline less than 2 weeks away

The application period for admission to Clayton State University for the 2010-2011 school year, is entering the final stretch, a school spokesman announced earlier this week.

Live music scheduled for Locust Grove park

Twice a month now, music lovers can spend time in Locust Grove, if they want to hear some summertime tunes in a relaxed social setting.

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Morrow library celebrates July 4th with patriotic events

When it comes to picking one symbol that shows patriotism, there are several Kayla Spain, and Devontae Slaton, could choose.

Man charged with ID fraud, robbery, battery

Multiple charges have been leveled against a McDonough man, including theft and injuring a woman and her child.

Reservoirs are popular Fourth of July hangouts

The Henry County Water and Sewerage Authority is preparing for a steady stream of visitors to its drinking-water reservoirs this July.

When Jesus comes for His church - James C. Bell

The Bible says that no one knows the day or the hour when Jesus Christ will come for His church -- those who believe and trust in Him.

Ice Cream Social in McDonough July 4th

The City of McDonough will commemorate Independence Day with a traditional summertime dessert -- ice cream.

Fireworks safety emphasized for holiday

Fire department officials in Henry and Clayton counties are urging the public to adhere to state guidelines to ensure fireworks safety on Independence Day.

Lovejoy to unveil Mayor's Park Sunday

Lovejoy residents and visitors will have a chance to kick back and relax, while enjoying a natural environment at the city's new Mayor's Park, which is located at 11620 Hastings Bridge Road.

Lawn mower racing catches on

Slowly, but resolutely, Henry County Parks and Recreation took the abandoned fields at Windy Hill Park in McDonough and transformed them. First, a paintball facility. Then, a remote control car track.

Evans puts Adams in no-win situation

University of Georgia president Michael Adams has had plenty of tough decisions to make during his tenure in Athens.

Atlanta Motor Speedway offers '50 For Our Fans'

Atlanta Motor Speedway is offering fans unique experiences and one-of-a-kind prizes with 50 days of giveaways in the "50 For Our Fans" contest to commemorate the track's 50th Anniversary season.

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Connect to election and voter information

General Election: November 2, 2010 General Election Runoff: November 30, 2010

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Blurring the lines of photography and art

From sarcastic self-portraits, to views of the inevitable zombie apocalypse, Jason Morrison's photos push lovers of traditional photography outside of their comfort zone.

Lovejoy to unveil Mayor's Park Sunday

Lovejoy residents and visitors will have a chance to kick back and relax, while enjoying a natural environment at the city's new Mayor's Park, which is located at 11620 Hastings Bridge Road.

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