Danica Manns said she knows exactly what she wants to be in life.
Kalyn Wilson, 18, said she was taken by surprise when she found out she had been selected as the STAR student for Riverdale High School.
Mt. Zion High School's STAR student hopes to, one day, see her name in lights on Broadway, preferably in a hit, long-running musical.
Jonesboro High School's STAR student sees her future as a creative writer, churning out her own songs.
D’Andre Waller sees himself, in 10 years, with a master’s in mechanical engineering and settled down. But for now, he is focused on attending a local university.
Thanh Lam says math is his favorite subject in school, because it stimulates his brain with problem-solving tests. But, he plans to study art in college.
Jessica Ofor, 18, volunteers her time in the mother/baby unit at Southern Regional Medical Center in Riverdale on weekends.
There are two primary ways that Michael Hollyday uses his free-time: Playing video games, and solving math problems. But, math is the subject that dominates much of his thoughts every day.
They control the tempo and the flow of the game. Ask any coach about the importance of good point guard play in the postseason, and they will tell you it’s paramount to any team’s success.
In the waning moments of Forest Park’s 48-44 loss to Lovejoy in Region 4-AAAA Tournament consolation game, Panthers coach Antonio Wade saw something in his team that he had seen before, but hoped he wouldn’t see again.
While eight Clayton County Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) Students will venture down separate paths, once the 2011-2012 school year ends, they all share a common interest in being the best students at their respective schools.
Charles E. "Charlie" Bradford, of Rex, passed away on Feb. 21, 2012.
The case against a former Henry County kennel owner has been closed, according to state and local officials.
Southern Crescent fans of Whitney Houston signed a memory book at Lemon Funeral Home, in McDonough, that will find its way to members of the singer’s family.
More than 20 retail concession outlets will be included in the new international terminal at Atlanta’s airport, according to an airport spokesman.
Jill Cataldo saves hundreds on groceries by making the most of the common coupon. You can, too.
Voters judging the presidential candidates must dig through a growing list of imprecise utterances these days to determine whether the remarks should be taken seriously. Was it a flub or fib? A slip or a flip-flop? Maybe a gaffe? Even the smallest quips make it to the Internet and cable-TV, and many need deciphering.
There’s no question that presidential debates have some value, but there can be too much of a good thing.
Approximately 20 Clayton County Rotarians, Clayton County Parks and Recreation employees, and local Boy Scouts got to spend Monday afternoon playing in the dirt, while also helping improve their environment.
Many of the light blue, light-up letters which spelled out “MARTIN’S” on the front of Martin’s Restaurant in Morrow, turned black Monday afternoon, after a fire caused extensive damage to the roof of the eatery.
Will host information sessions
The Clayton State University School of Nursing is pushing to increase diversity in the nursing profession, by recruiting more Hispanics, according to John Shiffert, director of university relations.
The Clayton County Water Authority will select 1,000 customers to participate in a study that will help officials understand usage patterns, and be more efficient.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport will choose 30 of its Twitter followers for a restricted tour of its new international terminal, according to an airport spokesman.
Aims to assist at-risk mothers, babies
It was earlier this month that officials with the Clayton County Board of Health introduced a new initiative: the “Parents as Teachers (PAT), Born to Learn” curriculum, which is operated through the board’s home visiting services program.