All-Star game set for Sunday
Justin Tuoyo made one of the biggest decisions of his young life.
Surrounded by colorful balloons, seniors wearing festive T-shirts, and vendors handing out free samples, Jonesboro resident Sue Wilmot had just one tiny complaint Friday, and it involved something no one can control.
Local golf tries to earn spot in major
A man recently sentenced to serve more than a decade in state prison, said his brief crime spree in Henry County began with what he saw as an opportunity to steal.
Many of them were denied a hero's welcome when they returned home from the Vietnam conflict in war-torn, Southeast Asia. But some were heroes, and have the medals to prove it.
A benefits consultant is disputing recent remarks by a Stockbridge City Councilman, regarding a rejected insurance-coverage proposal for city employees.
The fight against a deadly disease will take center stage in Henry County, thanks to an annual event cooked up by a local businesswoman.
No. 12-ranked Lakers conclude banner 2011 season 18-8 overall
McDonough Police arrested a man for firing shots at a woman he allegedly solicited for sex.
A Griffin man was convicted Thursday of beating to death the 7-month-old son of his girlfriend while he was baby-sitting the infant in 2009.
I Corinthians 12 paints this wonderful picture of the church, the Body of Christ, being very much like our own physical bodies: fingers, toes, elbows, necks, feet, hands, many different parts, each part looking different and doing something different -- but one substance, one being, working together in unity.
The Greek root for "Grace" means; "I rejoice, I am glad." Rejoicing and gladness then should be the mark of a Christian and the reputation of our churches.
The last vestiges of Clayton County's long accreditation struggle were swept away Friday. AdvancED, the parent organization of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), announced it is removing the probationary status from the district's accreditation.
From Staff Reports
I Corinthians 12 paints this wonderful picture of the church, the Body of Christ, being very much like our own physical bodies: fingers, toes, elbows, necks, feet, hands, many different parts, each part looking different and doing something different –– but one substance, one being, working together in unity.