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Henry County-Eagle's Landing rivalry adds new twist

Already it has gone down to the wire and into overtime of a holiday tournament championship game, and now the Eagle's Landing-Henry County boys basketball rivalry heads into historic territory.

Mundy's Mill, North Clayton set for rematch

Last week during the snow storm that canceled school for an entire week, Mundy's Mill coach Julius Omotayo sent out a text message to his basketball team to try to get to a local gym to play.

College basketball alive and well at CSU

There is something exciting happening at Clayton State.

No. 5 Clayton State women win 66-60 Peach Belt thriller before national television audience

In front of a spirited crowd and a national television audience, the Clayton State Laker women's basketball team remained undefeated on the 2010-11 season with a thrilling 66-60 Peach Belt Conference Division II Top 25 showdown victory over USC Aiken on Saturday at USC Aiken's Convocation Center.

CSU pulls out overtime victory against USC Aiken

All season long, the Clayton State Laker men's basketball team have relied on the tandem of Timmy Downs and Brandon Robinson to make big plays in key situations. However, over the last couple of games, Juron Dobbs has begun to step it up.

Lovejoy High PTSA to hold 'Prom Fair'

It may never be too early for a group of female high school students to go shopping, and say to each other "Oh girlfriends, how does this prom dress look on me?"

Sisters will give community a makeover

Two sisters, with more than 15 years of experience in beauty enhancement, will open the doors of their Morrow salon to the community for free services, Wednesday.

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MLK Day celebrated with annual parade, program

U.S. Army Lt. Col. Willie Turner recalled the day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. He said he was a child, living in Topeka, Kansas, when the news broke.

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Evicted pair charged with stealing from samaritan

A Clayton County man and woman are believed to have stolen electronics items and prescription medications from a McDonough home, days after being evicted by the alleged victim.

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Georgia Power puts charge into volunteering

Georgia Power Company employees, and their family members, marked the remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by providing services for non-profit organizations in Henry and Clayton counties.

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BBB advises ways to wisely donate

The holidays are over, but that doesn't stop individuals from donating to charities.

A fool with a badge is still a fool - Mike Reagan

When a would-be assassin shot my dad, President Ronald Reagan, nobody questioned the fact that the shooter was certifiably nuts.

Making a movie - Martha Carr

There is magic in the air again. Investors are beginning to open their purse strings and pour money back into mid-size businesses. That's very good news for the U.S. employment rate, and supports the near-giddiness of all the financial reports that are touting an expected uptick in new, non-farm hires in the first quarter of 2011.

Henry County-Eagle's Landing rivalry adds new twist

Already it has gone down to the wire and into overtime of a holiday tournament championship game, and now the Eagle's Landing-Henry County boys basketball rivalry heads into historic territory.

Green, Betty Lou

Green, Betty Lou Age: 80

Lovejoy High PTSA to hold 'Prom Fair'

It may never be too early for a group of female high school students to go shopping, and say to each other "Oh girlfriends, how does this prom dress look on me?"

Mundy's Mill, North Clayton set for rematch

Last week during the snow storm that canceled school for an entire week, Mundy's Mill coach Julius Omotayo sent out a text message to his basketball team to try to get to a local gym to play.

Conley, Emogene

Conley, Emogene Age: 77

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