News for Wednesday, July 18, 2012


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Shingleroof camp meeting begins Friday

Henry County’s faith community is invited to gather for a long-time tradition of preaching, music and inspiration.

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Touch screen’s ‘new frontier’

Jones’ ideas elevate McDonough dealerships

Emanuel Jones may have made his name selling Fords, but he might well make his fortune with a kiosk for car-repair customers that could render service advisors — dealer employees who write up what’s wrong with your car — obsolete.

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Library patrons learn Indian cooking techniques

Riverdale resident Glenda Jacinth and her husband, Christopher Joshua, led a class on Indian cuisine Wednesday at the Clayton County Headquarters Library in Jonesboro.

T-SPLOST battle rages as ‘moving protest’ looms

Opponents plan I-285 ‘drive-around’ Saturday

Opponents of the July 31 Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (T-SPLOST) referendum are planning to drive two laps around Interstate 285 on Saturday, as a moving protest. Supporters of the referendum challenged the idea.

Motorists to see continued rise in gas

Though at a pace slower than earlier this month, average gas prices continue to climb in Georgia and throughout the Southern Crescent area.

AROUND CLAYTON: July 20, 2012

Greater Works Missionary Baptist Church hosts Vacation Bible School


Southside Seventh-Day Adventists host workshop on abuse in all its forms

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