End of the line for Mundy's Mill
When Clayton County firefighters, doubling as special rescue workers, showed up in tornado-ravaged Catoosa County last week, they got directions from a local police officer.
Track, soccer, tennis
State officials are inviting willing-and-able bodies, to demonstrate their support of those across Georgia, and in the Southern Crescent, who were hard hit by the severe storms of April 27 and 28.
A DeKalb County man, who is Muslim, believes his religious freedom has been violated by a Henry County state court judge.
A Pakistani-born Jonesboro man admitted in court, Friday, that he killed his daughter in 2008, but said he was acting out of passion.
One woman is dead, and a man was injured, during a one-car crash Friday, in Locust Grove.
By the time God created woman, He was into His sixth day of working overtime. An angel appeared and said, "Why are you spending so much time on this one?"
Good preachers usually start by telling a joke, don't they? So in honor of that tradition, here's my joke for today:
A group of wheelchair athletes will compete this weekend, in an award-winning tournament which focuses on their abilities.
Corey Harmon was able to work his way out of trouble through 16 straight batters in the last three innings of Mundy's Mill Class AAAA playoff game Friday.
A Clayton County Board of Education public hearing on the proposed fiscal year 2012 budget, for the county's school system, drew a crowd of only a dozen administrators and community members on Thursday.
Geoffrey Shedd was faced with having to readjust his personal finances as a result of the $50 fine he received for chewing gum.
Dean Stockberger, 59, of Stockbridge, died May 6, 2011. www.southcarecremation.com.
Aberham Sam Campbell Aberham Sam Campbell, 85, of Jonesboro, died May 6, 2011. Sam loved his family and friends, and enjoyed nothing more than raking leaves in the fall. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Jeannett Campbell; six sons, Stanley and Brenda, of Pascagoula, Miss., Ron, of Manchester, Tenn., Bradley and Barbara, of Gay, Ga., Bobby, of Denver, N.C.; Clay, of Jonesboro, and Robbie, of Jonesboro; two daughters, Janet and Jerry Lee, of Chipley, Fla., and Frida Stroup, of Hampton; 23 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and a host of friends. Funeral services were held Monday, May 9, at 2 p.m., at the Mowell Funeral Chapel. Burial followed at Camp Memorial Cemetery in Fayetteville, Ga. Visitation was held Sunday, May 8, from 2 to 5 p.m., at Carl J. Mowell Funeral Home in Fayetteville.www.mowellfuneralhome.com.
Foster children are always in need of a welcoming home, and some people are more willing than others, to open their doors for these youngsters.
A DeKalb County man, who is Muslim, believes his religious freedom has been violated a Henry County state court judge.
James "Jim" Wood, Jr., has been many things in his life: a military serviceman; speech writer; newspaper reporter, publisher and owner; state legislator; trustee, community servant and fund-raiser.
Clayton County jurors will return this morning to resume deliberations in the trial of a Jonesboro man accused of killing his only daughter in 2008, because she wanted to end her arranged marriage.
A three-member hearing panel, which heard testimony against Morrow City Councilman John Lampl last week, is recommending that the full city council remove him office, a copy of their findings report shows.