Perhaps the only way to get five guys who’s average height and weight is 6-foot-3 and 305 pounds to go unnoticed is to put them on the Lovejoy offensive line.
It’s time to come clean. It’s time to admit that I was wrong about last season’s semifinal finals involving Southern Crescent teams Lovejoy and Eagle’s Landing Christian.
When Isaac Rochell committed to play for Notre Dame back in June, he didn’t blast it over any of the social media networks.
Chargers have hands full with George Walton running back
Clayton County Police undercover narcotics officers and members of the Strategic Methods Against Street Harms unit made an arrest after swarming into a Rex neighborhood looking for drugs.
Have you ever paid to see the spot where the Boston Massacre took place?
More than 300 children could go giftless
The Jonesboro Salvation Army is in dire straits and it needs the community’s help.
Clayton County Police said they should have been notified when a suspect was released from a local hospital.
Proposed changes to public comment at Morrow City Council meetings is not intended to curtail residents’ ability to offer input on the town’s affairs, claim city officials.
Martha Malpass, of Jackson, passed away Monday, Dec. 3, 2012 at Spalding Regional Medical Center.
Roy Edward Callaway, of Forest Park, passed away on Dec. 5, 2012.
Forest Park City Council members met with the city’s attorney during a training session Tuesday.
Celeste Mc Kinney Starr went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Wednesday, Dec. 5.
County fixing $2.48 million grocery store purchase
The Clayton County Board of Commissioners has decided to spend $2.48 million in property tax dollars to replace sales tax dollars used to buy a grocery store last year.
Residents wanted Lovejoy name, got Wole Ralph instead
Commissioners unanimously voted to override recommendations from citizens for the new center and name it after Commission Vice-Chairman Wole Ralph Tuesday.
People make mistakes. Elected officials make mistakes. When an elected official makes a mistake, owns up to it and does those things necessary to try and fix it, that shows character,
A Jonesboro man has died from injuries suffered during a shoot-out with Clayton County sheriff’s deputies, said officials.
‘Operation Safe Holiday’ roadblocks to serve and protect
“Good morning ma’am, can I see your driver’s license please,” said Clayton County Police Sgt. S. Maleete as he approached the driver’s car window.