News for Saturday, October 22, 2011

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Mount Zion never looks back in homecoming victory over Morrow

Mount Zion gave its fans something to cheer about on homecoming night, scoring on a fumble recovery nine seconds into the game and never looking back as it defeated Morrow 30-6 Friday night at Tara Stadium.

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Football round-up from around Clayton County

A look at all the action from the football games on Friday night.

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Bears could soon be multiplying in Atlanta suburbs

Black bears like the one that rambled through backyards in Atlanta's northern suburbs in August could soon be permanent residents in north Fulton, Gwinnett and Cherokee counties, having cubs and multiplying, wildlife biologists say.

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Local artist’s work featured at several venues

Rosalind Webb has been painting for more than 20 years, and the Stockbridge artist has been invited to display her work during an open house at My French Chateau, located at 800 Miami Circle, suite 220, in Atlanta.

Teen-driver accidents most likely in first month

Motor vehicle accidents among teenage drivers are most likely to occur within the first month after they obtain a driver’s license, said the manager of AAA Traffic Safety.

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McDonough Police search for burglar

The McDonough Police Department has released a composite sketch of a “person of interest,” in connection with several burglaries in the Henry County city.

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Mount Zion never looks back in homecoming victory over Morrow

Mount Zion gave its fans something to cheer about on homecoming night, scoring on a fumble recovery nine seconds into the game and never looking back as it defeated Morrow 30-6 Friday night at Tara Stadium.

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Football round-up from around Clayton County

Drew 32, Jackson 30

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.

McDonough Police search for burglar

The McDonough Police Department has released a composite sketch of a "person of interest," in connection with several burglaries in the Henry County city.

Local artist's work featured at several venues

Rosalind Webb has been painting for more than 20 years.

Teen-driver accidents most likely in first month

Motor vehicle accidents among teenage drivers are most likely to occur within the first month after they obtain a driver's license, said the manager of AAA Traffic Safety.

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