When teen-mom Princess Barkley didn't know what else to do, Fulton County's Department of Family and Children Services contacted House of Dawn, a non-profit organization that provides a stable home for teen mothers and their babies.
Several area residents have been coming in this week to have their antiques and jewelry collections examined, and bought, at the Roadshow exhibit, in the conference room at Sleep Inn, 945 Ga. Highway 155 South, in McDonough.
At the Veterans Wall of Honor this weekend, there will be a call to preserve, and honor, the legacy of the men and women who were among those serving the nation in WWII.
Commuter-rail advocates are working against the clock, in a push to bring their long-awaited dream to the Southside.
Family members of racing enthusiast Vernon Gober are scheduled to pay him tribute this weekend at the Senoia Raceway. They say it will be both memorable and historic.
Henry County police are now searching for the killer of a woman found dead in the upscale Crystal Lake Country Club subdivision, in Hampton.
The Clayton County Tourism Authority has added three members to its board of directors, said officials.
The governing authority over a local church congregation has publicly decried the Aug. 4 arrest of one of its members on child sex charges.
Dozens of Clayton County Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS) clients found themselves temporarily without food stamps this week, after a case worker failed to review renewal applications in a timely manner, according to a state official.
A federal appeals court panel on Friday struck down the requirement in President Barack Obama's health-care overhaul package that virtually all Americans must carry health insurance or face penalties.
The good Lord has called home Doris Wilson McCullough. She served in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II, and spent more than three decades as a public health nurse at the Clayton County Board of Health. She is survived by her brother, Leon Wilson, of Stockbridge; son, Samuel P. McCullough Jr., of Fort Payne, Ala.; daughter, Ann O. McCullough, of Hampton; granddaughter, Kimberly Byron, of Harvest, Ala.; grandson, Samuel P. McCullough III, of Jonesboro, and her three great-grandchildren, Samantha, Natalie, and Stephanie. A memorial service will be held at the Jonesboro United Methodist Church on Sunday, August 14, at 2 p.m. The family is asking that if you wish to honor her memory, please do so in the form of a donation to the church, in lieu of flowers. An avid traveler in life, Doris W. McCullough has now embarked on her greatest journey and has reunited with Samuel P. McCullough, Sr., who has been patiently awaiting her arrival. www.southcarecremation.com.
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