Clayton County, along with Georgia public safety officials, are conducting a sweep of sex offenders before kids hit the streets for Halloween.
Another faces school weapon charge
Three Clayton County teenagers face criminal charges, in separate incidents, one involving a bomb threat at a local high school.
One of the groups that manages Georgia’s PeachCare for Kids health plan is set to hold a health-benefits fair next week, in Jonesboro, for area teachers and other state employees, according to a spokesman for the Peach State Health Plan group.
Henry County police are praising the attentiveness of some Stockbridge neighbors in helping to catch alleged burglars inside a house in their neighborhood.
Mr. Manford Lee Hampton, 81, of Jonesboro, passed away, Oct. 26, 2011.
Arthur Lee Lacey, 87, of Jonesboro, died Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011.
Mr. Frank Mullins, 63, of Hampton, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011.
A 6-year-old Hampton boy cried and told officials he wasn't supposed to reveal abuse inflicted on him and his four sisters by their parents, according to Clayton County Magistrate Court warrants.
It’s true that sometimes God does let us hit rock bottom. But if that happens to us, it’s only because God, in his mercy and love, knows just how far down we have to fall in order for God to finally get our attention.
We should know and feel that God wants us to tell others about Him and His Son, Jesus Christ, of Jesus’ birth, life, and His death on the cross, and certainly of His glorious resurrection –– and of how they might be saved as a result.
If you ask the 12 people seeking elected offices this year in the City of Jonesboro about the city’s most pressing issues, they will frequently mention three items: balancing the budget, addressing the town’s recently instituted property tax, and attracting new businesses.
Jonesboro man takes on paranormal world
With Halloween nearing, some people will celebrate by dressing up in costumes, trick-or-treating, watching marathons of scary movies on television, or visiting a hunted house.
Casinos at key locations across the state could generate nearly $1 billion annually, a study released Thursday by the Georgia Lottery Corp. shows.