News for Tuesday, June 22, 2010

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Henry residents prominent among CSU's grads

Clayton State University graduates from Henry County accounted for almost a third of the school's spring master's degree recipients.

Two men die in weekend wreck

Henry County Police have cited speeding as the cause of a wreck in Stockbridge, that took the lives of two men over the weekend.

Local families enjoy Griffin Boys, Girls Club

Thirteen-year-old Joshua Thomas is spending his summer vacation exploring new activities, and developing new friendships, according to his mother, Christina Iler.

'Not-So-Gala' Gala at Aviation museum

So, what makes a gala fund-raiser "not so gala?"

Get creative with BOGO and save big

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Schools want 1,000 volunteers to greet pupils

It has become an annual ritual every August, in Clayton County Public Schools.

County employees don't want pay cut

If there was one consistent theme among the Clayton County employees appearing before county commissioners on Tuesday, it was that they were willing to see their property taxes raised, if it meant their pay would not be cut by 4 percent.

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Atlanta State Farmer's Market gets new life

Marsha Thomas can remember the thriving early days of the Atlanta State Farmer's Market as a child, and now that she is a merchant at the facility, she said it is being rejuvenated.

Easterwood receives car from Glen Haven Baptist

Ralph Easterwood said a commitment to the Bible has enabled him to be bold in his sermons at a local church for more than four decades.

Taking the census - Martha Carr

The census has now been collected and the information is being tabulated. All of the knocking on doors and tracking down who lived where on April 1st, the official census date, is now over until 2020.

Feminism in the wake of 'Ladies' Night' is... complicated - Tina Dupuy

While perusing the Internet, I came across an article about how to be a more attractive woman. First on the list was to learn how to tell a funny story. "Wit is the key. Be interesting."

The day I found out - Jason Smith

It started out like any other day. A couple of weeks ago, I went to work, made some phone calls and started working on stories, having no idea what was in store for me.

Skip Nichols tries to make history at AMS

History may be made at Thursday Thunder's fourth week of the 2010 season as a short-track star goes for the all-time wins mark on the "Thunder Ring" at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Thursday, June 24.

Drag racing hits its stride at AMS

Featuring ties in three divisions and nine classes with points races of four marks or less, points have become critical at Atlanta Motor Speedway's Friday Night Drags as competitors fight for a 2010 championship.

Locust Grove's White tied for fifth at Ga. Juniors

Defending champion Scott Wolfes of St. Simons Island fired his second-straight 69 and first-round leader Austin Vick of Evans turned in an even-par 71 as the two players sit tied atop the leader board at 4-under-par 138 in the 45th annual Georgia Junior Championship, taking place at Green Island Country Club, June 21-23.

Stockbridge gets new ABA team

A new semi-pro basketball team is about to tip off in the Southern Crescent, as the American Basketball Association has announced the formation of the Georgia Knights.

Henry residents prominent among CSU's grads

Clayton State University graduates from Henry County accounted for almost a third of the school's spring master's degree recipients.

County employees don't want pay cut

If there was one consistent theme among the Clayton County employees appearing before county commissioners on Tuesday, it was that they were willing to see their property taxes raised, if it meant their pay would not be cut by 4 percent.

Atlanta State Farmer's Market gets new life

Marsha Thomas can remember the thriving early days of the Atlanta State Farmer's Market as a child, and now that she is a merchant at the facility, she said it is being rejuvenated.

Feminism in the wake of 'Ladies' Night' is... complicated - Tina Dupuy

While perusing the Internet, I came across an article about how to be a more attractive woman. First on the list was to learn how to tell a funny story. "Wit is the key. Be interesting."

'Not-So-Gala' Gala at Aviation museum

So, what makes a gala fund-raiser "not so gala?"

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