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Frank "Franky J." Joseph Cassidy, Jr., 24, of Morrow, passed away on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011. Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel.
Gene is survived by his wife, Martha (AKA: MOTT) Wilkerson; niece, Sherry and husband, Glenn Brooks.
A rapper with Memphis roots who owns a home in College Park told a Clayton County magistrate Tuesday afternoon he will never again bring a firearm into an airport.
Linda Bond 8/24/11 Lread An Atlanta man tried to cash a fake check in Henry County, bearing the name of the company at which he once worked, police said.
Organizers say Farmers Market blooming in downtown Jonesboro
Only a handful of local produce vendors sold vegetables, jams and plants Tuesday, at the University of Georgia Clayton County Extension Service’s Farmers Market in downtown Jonesboro. But, the sellers and market organizers said looks can be deceiving, adding the market has been more successful in its first year in a new location than it may appear.
Upcoming Labor Day weekend festivities will be spiced up with Caribbean flair at The Beach of Clayton County International Park in Jonesboro.
Ordinance establishes hiring framework for position
The Morrow City Council voted unanimously, Tuesday, to change the town’s charter to allow the governing body to issue employee contracts for the city manager position.
When she was touring with Ike, Tina Turner once said, “We don’t do anything nice and easy.” The same thing might be said of Eagle’s Landing Christian football.
Local emergency management officials say Hurricane Irene, now churning in the Atlantic, is a chance for them to raise awareness and urge preparedness.
Years of negotiating have come to fruition on the Southside, as the chairmen of the Henry County Board of Commissioners, and Clayton County’s commissioners, have signed closing contracts approving the deal.
Music educator added to Georgia Youth Symphony
Stockbridge resident Richard Bell was recently named one of three new conductors for the Kennesaw, Ga.-based Georgia Youth Symphony. He will conduct some 80 student-musicians in the Camerata Orchestra, one of the symphony’s four orchestra groups.