News for Thursday, October 21, 2010

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ELCA, Jonesboro set to resume play at state volleyball tournament

With the re-seeding process complete, both Jonesboro High School and Eagle's Landing Christian know who they will face when play continues in the Elite 8 volleyball tournaments on Saturday.

Mt. Zion beats Morrow

Mount Zion snapped a two-game losing streak with a 40-12 win over Morrow Thursday night at Tara Stadium.

The New and The Old

When Jason Galt was an assistant coach at Clarke Central in the late 90s, he would tell his players they were not playing only for themselves, but for those that came before them. For Atlanta Falcons cornerback Dunta Robinson and the other 97 all-state players from Clarke Central. For the seven players that made it to the NFL. For the three state championship teams.

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FRIGHTMORE'S haunted maze may spook visitors

A group of about six young adults were heard screaming, and yelling, from inside a haunted maze in Morrow. Loud stomping, and chainsaw noises emerged as well.

Gang member convicted in teen's murder

A Clayton County jury has convicted a Riverdale man of murder, in the drive-by shooting death of a 16-year old, nearly two years to the day, after the youngster's k

Witness: 'He hit her hard'

A Forest Park woman who screamed for someone to stop a south Georgia man from beating a U.S. Army reservist, at a Morrow Cracker Barrel, testified Thursday that she was frightened of him, during, and immediately after the attack.

Clergy, officials, work to rally voters

Area ministers, and others, are urging African-American voters who supported Democrats in 2008, to return to the polls on Nov. 2, in person, or by voting early.

Faith Notes: Charity Baptist Fellowship hosts 'Hallelujah Party'

Anvil Block United Methodist Church, located at 3895 Anvil Block Road in Ellenwood, will host a Chicken Stew on Saturday, Oct. 23, from 1 p.m., to 4 p.m.

Chairman Hudalla prepares to end tenure

Henry County Board of Education Chairman Ray Hudalla said his involvement with public service began with tutoring students at Stockbridge High Schoo

Henry Commissioners cut ribbon on new road extension

The McDonough Parkway extension is now officially open to traffic.

Morrow teen reported missing

Clayton County police are searching for a 17-year-old girl, who has been missing since Oct. 16.

Believing my own eyes -- Or not - Ronda Rich

It's getting to the point that I don't believe my own eyes, or trust what my ears hear. Sometimes, it feels like I'm starring in the old movie, "Gas Light," where the world is conspiring to make me think I'm crazy.

Recycle, Reuse, Regift - Martha Carr

Most of my apartment is furnished with donated items. I didn't set out to do that, but I can't say I've really minded how my interior decorating has turned out. The couch came from my neighbor, Mimi's friend, who wanted to buy something brand new and bigger. There was very little wear and tear on the brown apartment-sized fold-out, and I got it for free. Neighbors even stepped forward to help pick it up and get it inside.

FRIGHTMORE'S haunted maze may spook visitors

A group of about six young adults were heard screaming, and yelling, from inside a haunted maze in Morrow. Loud stomping, and chainsaw noises emerged as well.

Gang member convicted in teen's murder

A Clayton County jury has convicted a Riverdale man of murder, in the drive-shooting death of a 16-year old, nearly two years to the day, after the youngster's killing.

Witness: 'He hit her hard'

A Forest Park woman who screamed for someone to stop a south Georgia man from beating a U.S. Army reservist, at a Morrow Cracker Barrel, testified Thursday that she was frightened of him, during, and immediately after the attack.

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