News for Monday, March 29, 2010

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Police investigating Forest Park shooting

Detectives from the Forest Park Police Department were still working, on Monday, to sort out what led to the shooting death of a 23-year-old Forest Park man over the weekend, according to a spokesman for the police department.

Experts urge spring, summer auto care

Experts in the automotive industry are encouraging area residents to be vigilant in maintaining their automobiles, heading into the spring and summer driving season.

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Youths learn new steps at recreation center

Ballet student, Corinne Knight, was dreaming of greatness on Monday.

Shamrocks on sale to fight muscular dystrophy

Kroger's Atlanta Division, and other area businesses, are participating in an annual fund-raiser supporting the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

Clayton legislative wish list intact

With only a handful of days remaining in this year's legislative session, several bills that could impact Clayton County are still alive in the Georgia General Assembly.

Affordability a concern during prom season

Stockbridge resident, LeVon Bellamy, has revamped the business model for his Express Tuxedo Rental shop in Decatur.

Game on! - Mike Reagan

Well, Democrats in Washington did it. They unilaterally passed a $938 billion health care plan that was overwhelmingly disapproved by Americans.

Tan and tax - Tom Purcell

My family and I are taking the new tax personally.

Dutchtown hangs on for win

As teammates mobbed Darion Copeland after his goal in the 46th minute, Dutchtown boys soccer coach Justin Smith pointed at the Bulldogs forward and smiled. Copeland's goal from 50 yards out at an angle had been a curving shot that hung in the air, deflected off the crossbar and went in.

This one's for you, Harrison Frazar

It was a line out of Sports Illustrated a week or so ago, and it was like raking a teacher's fingernail across the blackboard. It wa slike a screech in my ears.

Mount Zion distance runner takes advantage of cool weather

The windy, 54 degree weather might have bothered the other competitors during the preliminaries of the Clayton County Track and Field Championships, but Mount Zion distance runner Cameron Reeves considered it a beautiful day.

This one's for you, Harrison Frazar

It was a line out of Sports Illustrated a week or so ago, and it was like raking a teacher's fingernail across the blackboard. It wa slike a screech in my ears.

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