News for Friday, October 21, 2011

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Stockbridge banker pleads guilty in federal fraud case

A former Stockbridge banker has admitted to participating in a multi-million-dollar bank fraud scheme.

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Paved walking trails coming to Nash Farm

Hampton’s Nash Farm Park, already a lure for residents who enjoy its scenic and historic beauty, is about to add another amenity that is certain to attract more visitors –– multi-use walking trails.

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McDonough Job Fair attracts hundreds, shows need

Attendees flocked to the booths of large companies, such as Lowe’s, Home Depot, Amtrak and Norfolk Southern Railway, which were among the 29 companies represented at the 4th annual McDonough Job Fair.

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Morrow candidate: Hit-run accident was ‘horrible’

Morrow mayoral candidate, Joseph “J.B.” Burke, said he can only remember brief, unconnected parts of a hit-and-run, automobile accident he was involved in earlier this week, as well as the moments immediately following the crash.

Study to evaluate Hudson Bridge, Jonesboro roads

Government leaders in Henry County are setting the wheels in motion to make improvements to a well-traveled area.

Page, Barbara Josephine

Barbara Josephine Page, 59, of Stockbridge, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011.

Hunter, Ruth Mason

Ruth Mason Hunter, 85, of Jonesboro, entered into rest on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011.

Satterfield, Jack

Mr. Jack Satterfield, 75, of Stockbridge, passed away Friday, Oct. 21, 2011.

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Growing up in church - Susan Bennett

Church makes our lives fuller and more fun. We make friends here and do good things, and church is often a big part of our lives. But if that’s ALL that’s going on … we need to take a second look.

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Christians must love, respect one another - Jim Bell

As Christians, we must love and respect one another, and do this in a positive manner, not being critical and negative and argumentative.

Transportation, logistics provide impact for county

Clayton County may be part of metro Atlanta, but its presence extends far beyond that, said the county’s economic development director.

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For Businesses And The Community

Vendors, such as Southern Regional Medical Center, Georgia Power, Clayton State University, Clayton County Public Schools, and many others, were present to demonstrate their services and share information with participants in the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Development Group’s “Sixth Annual Showcase Clayton Business & Community Expo.”

Stockbridge banker pleads guilty in federal fraud case

A former Stockbridge banker has admitted to participating in a multi-million-dollar bank fraud scheme.

Study to evaluate Hudson Bridge, Jonesboro roads

Government leaders in Henry County are setting the wheels in motion to make improvements to a well-traveled area.

Morrow candidate: Hit-run accident was 'horrible'

Morrow mayoral candidate, Joseph "J.B." Burke, said he can only remember brief, unconnected parts of a hit-and-run, automobile accident he was involved in earlier this week, as well as the moments immediately following the crash.

Growing up in church - Susan Bennett

Many of us are able to say, "I grew up in church." I know in my family, anytime the doors opened, we were there.

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For Businesses And The Community

Clayton Chamber holds ‘Business & Community Expo’

Vendors, such as Southern Regional Medical Center, Georgia Power, Clayton State University, Clayton County Public Schools, and many others, were present to demonstrate their services and share information with participants in the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Development Group’s “Sixth Annual Showcase Clayton Business & Community Expo.”

Transportation, logistics provide impact for county

Clayton County may be part of metro Atlanta, but its presence extends far beyond that, said the county’s economic development director.

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