When they come out on the court for pregame warm-ups, the Forest Park boys' basketball team doesn't necessarily pass the eye test.
It was a funk. A four-day, two-loss funk, a time for introspection and changes for Eagle's Landing's boys basketball team.
Just a month ago, the jury was still out when it came to figuring out how successful the Eagle's Landing Christian boys basketball team was going to be in 2010-11.
Doris Derby was in the middle of the racially charged atmosphere that defined life in Mississippi during the 1960's, watching it unfold through the lens of her camera.
Six Clayton County schools were honored by the Governor's Office of Student Achievement, and the Georgia Department of Education, on Wednesday, for making some of the state's biggest gains on standardized tests.
Investigative work by the Clayton County Police Department and the United States Marshals Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force led to the arrest of a suspect who allegedly shot to death one person, and wounded three others, in Morrow.
Several community leaders in Clayton County recently graduated from the "2010 Region Three Multi-Day Training Program" of the Georgia Academy for Economic Development.
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The Headquarters branch of the Clayton County Library System will hold a "Three Kings Day Movie" event on Thursday, Jan. 6, from 6 p.m., to 6:45 p.m., at the library branch.
A neighboring county is seeking to share information on how to learn about one's ancestors, in order to "grow a family tree." In the process of sharing that knowledge, the membership of the society hopes to find more individuals who would like to join them, and share their passion for learning about the people of the past and their connections with the people of the present.
The Road to Tara Museum, in Jonesboro, will host a book release party, to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the 1936 release of author Margaret Mitchell's book "Gone With the Wind."
Delta is a 7 year old tortie domestic shorthair.
An important part of American history will be celebrated in February, but the community's assistance is needed for the realization of the event.
A lengthened 2011 tax-filing season is underway, according to officials with the Internal Revenue Service.
Yes, we did. Survived 2010, 365 tumultuous days of what my good friend, Elizabeth "Betty" Windsor, is wont to call an annus horribilis.
Every year about now, the media introduce us to the most fascinating people of the prior year.
Poncho (black and white) and Paloma (blonde and white) are 8 month old Papillion/Chihuahua mixes.
Delta Air Lines recently announced it will reinstate codeshare flights operated Aeromexico, which is a partner with Delta's SkyTeam, according to officials of Delta Air Lines.
More than 20 boxes of school supplies were presented to the Clayton County Public Schools, Tuesday, Clayton County Solicitor General Tasha Mosley. Superintendent Edmond Heatley accepted the gift, just as school officials believe items donated in the fall are starting to run out.
Emergencies and natural disasters require the assistance of many people, in order for the public response to them to be handled quickly and efficiently.
Several senior citizens sneered at members of the Clayton County Board of Commissioners Tuesday night, after waiting over an hour for information about fee increases at the county's senior centers, only to be told that information would be given to them today.
Wacka Flocka Flame, a well-known rapper whose given name is Juaquin James Malphurs, was in the Henry County Jail, Tuesday, after surrendering to police, Monday, on drug and weapons charges.
Thornton, Jane Louise Age: 57
Jonesboro showed it doesn't necessarily have to play at its best to win.
The City of College Park has appointed a familiar face as its new chief of police.
As they sat on the bench for the final minutes of the third quarter, Eagle's Landing's understood. They had given up too many points to Stockbridge and in the process surrendered a double-digit lead.
Nine-year-old Anna Marie Dingess got to live a little girl's dream recently, when she paid a visit to Disney's fairy tale princess, Cinderella.
Henry County's Luella Middle and Union Grove High schools were among 345 Georgia public schools recognized for academic improvement and achievement during the 2009-10 school year.
Yes, we did. Survived 2010, 365 tumultuous days of what my good friend, Elizabeth "Betty" Windsor, is wont to call an annus horribilis. And our reward for enduring that annoying annum is this clean slate of a new year where potentially anything can happen. A position we find ourselves in now; looking flush-front blunt at an empty, unscrawled calendar embodying hope and optimism and aspiration and promise.