As of Friday, August 3, 2012
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Clayton News Daily
A sheriff’s candidate facing a 37-count felony indictment for alleged criminal activity related to his previous term in office has apparently garnered enough votes Tuesday to challenge the incumbent to a runoff.
Clayton County District Attorney Tracy Graham Lawson returned to office for another four years, according to unofficial preliminary returns Tuesday night.
With 33 of 60 precincts counted in Tuesday’s election, the partial results from districts relevant to Clayton County — all with only Democrat candidates running — indicated the following:
Clayton County voters have nearly another month of campaigning to look forward to in the races for two out of three Clayton County Board of Commissioners races.
Unhappy parents may cause Clayton County school officials to reconsider a move for the coming year in which they would shorten one school day every week by as much as 90 minutes, sending children home sooner.
Clayton County residents will have a clearer picture of who will lead them for the next four years next week.
Clayton County’s school board Monday directed Superintendent Dr. Edmond Heatley to show how letting classes out early one day a week doesn’t violate state or county guidelines.
Clayton County sheriff's investigators are looking into the shooting death within the last hour of a suspected kidnapper and rapist.
When Al Hughes made his way to the podium at the recent Clayton County football media day, the Lovejoy coach proudly proclaimed that football in the county has rebounded.
Chick-fil-A’s may be closed on Sundays, but, boy, were they ever busy Wednesday.