The following is a list of eight players from Clayton and Henry counties we think could be coming back to their respective high schools to see their jerseys immortalized.
Since Travis Custis is a running back, and Georgia Tech is a run-oriented team, Lovejoy coach Al Hughes says it could be a good fit for his standout player.
Calling it the “best of both worlds,” Jonesboro junior Taurean Ferguson has verbally committed to sign a football scholarship with Vanderbilt next February.
Alejandro Bennifield doesn’t have any scholarship offers yet, but that soon may be changing for the Lovejoy quarterback.
Mr. Paul Clark, age 43, of Stockbridge, passed away, March 31, 2012.
Bobbie Joyce Watkins was born to Benjamin Roy Beckham and Lottie Beckham on December 9, 1936, in Tupelo, Miss.
Funeral Services for Mrs. Bertha Cook Johnson, 93, of Georgia Avenue, North Augusta, S.C., who entered into rest April 3, 2012, will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock from the Posey Funeral Chapel.
Susan Jeanne Hubbard, age 62 of Morrow died Monday April 2, 2012.
Jonesboro Mayor Joy Day is planning to revive the city’s historic preservation commission after a long period of dormancy.
The Clayton County Board of Education will hold its monthly board meeting Monday, April 9 at 6 p.m., at the Clayton County Public Schools Administrative Complex, 1058 Fifth Avenue, in Jonesboro.
Low-income homeowners who have sewage backed up into their washing machines, or leaking pipes, or major issues with the electrical wires in their homes have a chance to get up to $7,000 to get those problems fixed, the Clayton County Housing Authority has announced.
A months-long battle to get alcohol licenses approved for two closed former strip clubs fizzled out Monday night, when an attorney representing the owner asked the Forest Park City Council to set aside the request until ongoing litigation is resolved.