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Citi Trends has opened its fourth location in Clayton County.
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The beginning of Clayton State University's spring semester may get snowed in winter weather next week, officials at the university said on Friday.
A quarter of a century of arts programs in the Southern Crescent all began with a local resident asking, "Where are the arts in Clayton County?" in the mid-1980's.
Clayton State women's basketball coach Dennis Cox's team must have some sort of magic formula when it comes to winning basketball games.
History continues to grow at the National Museum of Commercial Aviation, in Forest Park, not far from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Clayton County Police have arrested three suspects who were allegedly involved in the shooting of two people, on a ramp to I-75, near Tara Boulevard, in Jonesboro.
Clayton County Police are trying to piece together details regarding the stabbings of two men, on Riverdale Road, Friday morning.
Marcus Hunt refused to let North Clayton lose on Friday. The 6-foot-5 junior showed why he is one of the top-rated underclassmen in the nation as he scored a career-high 47 points to lead the Eagles to a 79-78 upset over No. 7 Jonesboro in a Region 4-AAAA contest.
Landers, Shirley Anne Age: 61
For a time, it looked like the ELCA Lady Chargers were going to waltz out of rival Strong Rock Christian's gym with an easy Region 9-A victory.
This is a question many people ask, and spend most –– or perhaps all –– of their lives seeking to achieve. The true answer can be found in knowing what one wants and how much he is willing to give to realize success.
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McDonough resident, Bert Brantley, said he is prepared for the next step in his life's journey. That next step will include a stint at helping program Georgia Public Broadcasting.
Toney, Pearl Age: 78
When all else fails for Forest Park — when its shooting is inconsistent, when only 39 percent of its free throws are made, when turnovers spoil offensive opportunities — its defense remains reliable.
The smallest amount of loose change collected over a period of time can help provide meals to dozens of families, according to Lori Miller, executive director of Helping in His Name Ministries, Inc., Food Pantry in Stockbridge.