A Jonesboro attorney, and former Clayton County assistant district attorney, has been inducted into the Distinguished Service Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.
For those who love to shop online, Cyber Monday may have replaced Black Friday, but folks shouldn’t be too trustworthy when shopping by the click of a button, according to a spokeswoman for the local Better Business Bureau.
The Clayton State University Retirees Association (CSRA) raised $25,000, and will use the money to establish a fully-endowed graduate student scholarship at the university, said John Shiffert, director of university relations.
The possibility of Jonesboro’s crepe myrtles being lit up for the holiday season was stuck in limbo this week as city officials sent out mixed signals about whether they were ready to begin decorating the trees.
AIDS Day prayer service at St. Philip Benizi
It was 1839, and not a single Kroger, Publix or Ingles grocery store was in site.
"Do you know what I want to be when I grow up, Daddy?" "I am so proud of my little girl. You want to be a doctor? Or maybe a medical researcher?" "Don't be silly, Daddy. I want to be a reality-TV star." "Huh?"
For the second day, a compliance hearing officer viewed video clips of sexually suggestive behavior inside a Forest Park bar and restaurant that is contrary to what the city ordinance allows.
Several Lake City Nursing and Rehabilitation Center residents –– the youngest is 75 –– reminisced about their childhood Thanksgivings. It may come as a surprise to kids raised on microwaved fare that the holiday meal was not always prepared from a trip to the local grocery store.
Ferguson formally joins city council
The Morrow City Council took steps this week to bar controversial “pill mills” from the city, until tougher state rules concerning the distribution of pharmaceuticals go into effect in 2013.
Coming into the Class AAAA playoffs, Lovejoy, and Region 4-AAAA, had a lot to prove.
Keyante Green’s injury might have been the best thing that could’ve happened to Eagle’s Landing Christian, in a weird sort of way. It forced the Chargers to look for other options. And they found them.
Former head coach for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks Frank Broyles is a door-holding, chair-pulling-out, well-manned Southern man. But he does have one fault. And, it’s not his fault alone. All men tend to have it.
Organizers anticipate a need for hundreds of volunteers in Henry County’s first Community Cares Toy Shop Program next month.