News for Tuesday, March 30, 2010

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Deep South portrayed in photographs

Through images of an array of people and objects, the culture of the Deep South is depicted in a series of photographs now on display in the atrium of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Stage set for C-TRAN shutdown tonight

Citing budgetary constraints, the Clayton County Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 in October to make today the last day of operations for C-TRAN, the county's bus service.

County hosting Ga. 138 West planning session

With the recent completion of a lane-widening project, the adoption of the "Lake Spivey Parkway" moniker last year, and new architectural guidelines, Clayton County's eastern Ga. Highway 138 corridor has been primed for mixed-use development.

Why do stores honor competitors' coupons?

Couponing seems simple enough -- until you take a closer look. Shoppers learning to Super-Coupon come up with all kinds of questions. Here's a good one:

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Arts Clayton displays Tubman Museum holdings

The Tubman African American Museum in Macon exists as a key educational resource in the Southeast on black culture, art, and history, serving as the home of a range of traditional and contemporary African-American art and artifacts.

Noah's Ark needs volunteers to staff playground

The Noah's Ark Animal Rehabilitation Center and Children's Care Home is seeking volunteers to help monitor a new, 4,000-square-foot playground recently built at the facility.

Man charged in armed robbery involving computer

A Clayton County man is being held in the Henry County Jail, without bond, for allegedly stealing a computer from an acquaintance at an area motel.

CSU student work featured at conference

Shalani Ayers and her research partner, Jessalyn Coddington, are constantly reworking their research on the impact that regional differences have on the amount of time men and women spend doing housework.

Nature art on view at Morrow library

Rex resident, Anne Healy, can see the art in everyday items found in nature, including tree branches, moss, mushrooms, leaves, and dried-out flowers and fruits.

My way, over and over again - Martha Carr

OK, month one of getting into shape with fitness guru, Brad King, is behind me and I actually stuck with the program. As a result, there's a little less of me to go around, particularly in the middle. It made it easier that the new gym in my neighborhood in Chicago, Ravenswood Fitness Center, finally opened.

Moving toward my dreams - Joel Hall

As the product of a stable, two-parent home, there are many things I probably take for granted.

A reality show you'll never see - Jason Smith

I've said for a long time that I have very little use for reality television.

Eagle's Landing no match for Spalding

Somewhere in the maelstrom of blasted line drives into the gap, of fielding blunders, of seemingly interminable innings, Eagle's Landing lost of its way. It could not answer Spalding's offensive prowess. It could not match Spalding's stiff pitching. It could not duplicate Spalding's sound defense.

Mt. Zion's Carberry vaults to first county championship

There was a time when Roxie Carberry probably would have liked to have quit the Mount Zion High track and field team.

Powell visits high school alma mater

Just a few short years ago, Josh Powell was an honor student and Beta Club member, roaming the halls of Riverdale High School.

Why do stores honor competitors' coupons?

Couponing seems simple enough — until you take a closer look. Shoppers learning to Super-Coupon come up with all kinds of questions. Here's a good one:

Noah's Ark needs volunteers to staff playground

The Noah's Ark Animal Rehabilitation Center and Children's Care Home is seeking volunteers to help monitor a new, 4,000-square-foot playground recently built at the facility.

Eagle's Landing no match for Spalding

Somewhere in the maelstrom of blasted line drives into the gap, of fielding blunders, of seemingly interminable innings, Eagle's Landing lost of its way. It could not answer Spalding's offensive prowess. It could not match Spalding's stiff pitching. It could not duplicate Spalding's sound defense.

Mt. Zion's Carberry vaults to first county championship

There was a time when Roxie Carberry probably would have liked to have quit the Mount Zion High track and field team.

A reality show you'll never see - Jason Smith

I've said for a long time that I have very little use for reality television.

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