A recent (editorial) cartoon (March 30) showed two well-to-do men, each dressed in a suit, with “Big Oil” written on one suit, and “Wall Street Speculators” written on the other.
Union Grove girl’s soccer team got another signature win Tuesday night, shutting out Columbus, 2-0, at home in a non-region game.
Before Jonesboro center fielder Cameron Sutton could answer the question, he needed some clarification and confirmation from his teammates and coaches.
To learn about itself, Forest Park boy’s soccer team has dug deep into the implications of its matches this season.
Something’s going on with these soccer teams. Call it an identity crisis — they look like one team from afar, but a different one altogether upon closer examination.
Jonesboro officials are planning to buy police car cameras that would allow the city’s law enforcement officers to check multiple license plates within a matter of seconds.
Investigators with the Clayton County sheriff’s Fugitive Unit have arrested three of four people wanted in connection with the April 5 shooting death of a man on Southlake Parkway, said Lt. Brian Crisp.
Under the new formula the State Board of Education is following, Clayton County’s high school graduation rates don't look nearly as good as they did before.
AAA officials anticipate potential record-high gas prices this month, as the average price regular unleaded gas in metro Atlanta inches up toward the $4-per-gallon mark.
Pointe South Middle eighth-grader Aaron Dickerson recently won second place in a regional art competition, earning an all-expenses-paid trip to Istanbul, Turkey.
Charles Drew High School will host “Celebrating Youth Art Month” event Friday, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The attorney for a College Park man charged with killing his baby’s mother in July 2010 told Clayton County jurors Tuesday that the defendant’s girlfriend committed the crime to get the woman out of his life.
Taking a cue from the White House, Forest Park officials planted a community garden in 2010 to encourage healthier eating and outdoor exercise, and will plant again on Saturday, April 14, at 9 a.m.
Gabriel Emmanuel Hardnett, 27, a Jonesboro man last seen about 8 p.m. Monday, is schizophrenic and doesn't have his medicine.