Jonesboro guard Daniel Peace had known for days that he would make his first career state tournament start Saturday in place of injured guard Cameron Sutton, but the magnitude of that reality had little affect.
Leroy Merritt and Jalen Sage each scored 19 points to lead eighth-ranked Lovejoy to a 72-62 victory at home over Brunswick in the first round of the Class AAAA tournament Saturday.
Jonesboro guard Daniel Peace had known for days that he would make his first career state tournament start Saturday in place of injured guard
From Staff Reports
On any given night, North Clayton's girls basketball team can predict, with near certainty, how much production it will get from center Miranda
A myriad of problems, including financial struggles, city fire code violations and a lack of pre-planning, brought the curtain down on the City of Morrow's troubled "Olde Towne Morrow" commercial development, city officials said on Friday.
A year ago, the Forest Park Lady Panthers snuck up on some teams on their way to the Class AAAA Final Four.
Clayton State University's Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is hosting a "Money Management Series," which will help small business owners with the fundamentals of maintaining positive money practices, and strengthening their operations.
Area residents may be hard pressed to find a gallon of gas for less than $3, these days.
The Housing Authority of Clayton County recently applied to serve as a local administrator of two rehabilitation programs of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Last week, we discussed Ephesians 2:8- 9. Today, we will finish these great verses, beginning with the phrase "and that not of yourselves."
A digital learning center for youth, in College Park, recently opened and has been named in honor of a city council member.
The Henry County Board of Commissioners (BOC) wants to make changes in the way its members are elected.
A McDonough man, who was found guilty of abusing his two children, has begun serving a 15-year sentence.
From Staff Reports
A Conley man, already in the Clayton County Jail, was in Henry County Magistrate Court this week, to face charges of allegedly stealing cardboard from a home improvement store.
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