News for Thursday, September 16, 2010

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Two men indicted in April murder

A Clayton County grand jury has indicted two men, in the April 28 shooting death of another man, in Stockbridge.

Rex Mill dancers to perform at Orange Bowl

The "Yellow Jackets" will be in the 2011 Discover Orange Bowl, in south Florida.

CSU student receives black journalists' scholarship

Clayton State University officials announced this week that one of its students, Morrow native, Iesha Little, has received the Xernona Clayton Scholarship from the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists.

Fraud suspect arrested in 2008 case

The search for a Clayton County man is over, after he was jailed in Henry County for allegedly buying items with stolen credit cards.

Infinity performs live on McDonough Square

Music lovers will be entertained on the McDonough Square, by the sounds of a band known to go beyond the limits.

State study shows healthy teacher retention

About a third of new teachers who leave public schools in Georgia, return within two years, according to a state study on teacher retention.

Concerns rising about crowding at Morrow High

In the eyes of Morrow High School senior, Carl Daniel, students at the school were mislead by district officials about what was going to be done about overcrowding at the school.

Early voting begins Monday for general elections

Early Voting for this year's general elections begins Monday, but elections officials are not expecting large numbers -- initially.

DA investigates Lovejoy voter records

According to lawyers for the City of Lovejoy and Mayor Joe Murphy, the residency of the mayor and several others during the November 2007 city election is the focus of an investigation by the Clayton County District Attorney's Office.

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Clayton celebrates national library card month

What's in your wallet? Throughout the month of September, the Clayton County Library System is doing everything it can to make sure your wallet contains a library card.

Franquez case bound over to Superior Court

The suspect in a hit-and run-crash, that severely injured a child last month, appeared in Clayton County Magistrate Court, Thursday, for a preliminary hearing.

The stories you'll find - Ronda Rich

A favorite book in my family, one we often buy for new college graduates, is Dr. Suess' "Oh, The Places You'll Go."

Things I learned driving to Canada - Curt Yeomans

There is nothing like a road trip to open your eyes to the world.

The stories you'll find - Ronda Rich

A favorite book in my family, one we often buy for new college graduates, is Dr. Suess' "Oh, The Places You'll Go."

CSU student receives black journalists' scholarship

Clayton State University officials announced this week that one of its students, Morrow native, Iesha Little, has received the Xernona Clayton Scholarship from the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists.

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