News for Thursday, December 13, 2012


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SCOUTING REPORT: Prince Avenue Christian vs. Eagle's Landing Christian

Match-ups, stats and more on the Class A private school championship game

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Columnist make predictions on Lovejoy, Norcross

Clayton News Daily sports editor Derrick Mahone and Gwinnett Daily Post sports edit Will Hammock share their thoughts on the Class AAAAAA title game.

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SCOUTING REPORT: Lovejoy vs. Norcross

Staff writer Gabriel Stovall breaks down the Class AAAAAA title game between Lovejoy and Norcross.

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Gess: Prince Avenue is 'a bunch of Navy SEALs'

Wolverines embody the team concept

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ELCA’s Gess gets extra blessing before big game

Chargers head coach celebrates birth of first child days away from title game

Claudia Anderson

Claudia Anderson, of Stockbridge, passed away on Nov. 29, 2012.

Commissioners do 2012 housekeeping

With only one meeting left before the end of the year, Clayton County commissioners have turned their attention towards minor housekeeping measures.

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Atlanta continues to lag as a tourist destination — CURT YEOMANS

Atlanta continued its string of bad showings in Travel + Leisure magazine’s annual America’s Favorite Cities rankings this year.

Nominations sought for small business award

Time is ticking for small businesses to be nominated for the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business of the Year award.

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Police fellowship at Christmas lunch

Police, fire, government officials celebrate Christmas with meal

Clayton County Police Department held its first ever Christmas Luncheon Wednesday.

Jonesboro budget includes pay raises

City Council asking for homestead exemption referendum

The Jonesboro City Council unanimously approved a new $3.18 million fiscal year 2013 budget Monday that includes a 2.5-percent pay raise for city employees and increased spending for events in the city.

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Legislators: Incentives needed for existing businesses

Members of the Clayton County Legislative Delegation said economic development in the county, as well as across Georgia, is expected to be a major issue in the upcoming General Assembly session.

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Headquarters Library hosts Scholastic book fair

JONESBORO—The Clayton County Headquarters Library brings the world of reading to life with its biannual Scholastic book fair.

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Lovejoy-mania builds to fever pitch

Fans, community fuel championship hype

LOVEJOY — The momentum is building.

Hill takes oath of office for second time

New sheriff is under felony indictment

Clayton County sheriff-elect Victor Hill took the oath of office for the second time Thursday under circumstances far different from his first swearing-in in December 2004.