Despite their struggles last season, these four teams who could be poised for a break out year.
Paul Hardy (pictured) is one of 19 applicants selected to participate in Clayton County Public School’s TAPP, or Teacher Alternative Preparation Program. It’s a way of fast-tracking people who know subject matter but who haven’t completed a teacher-prep program into service as instructors.
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.
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Residents lack information on free services
Many Southern Crescent families face tough choices, watch their dollars and cut costs wherever they can. There are many families who could use a little assistance, but a helping hand in Clayton and Henry counties can be hard to find.
Clayton County residents will have a clearer picture of who will lead them for the next four years next week.
Clayton County police have issued a Mattie’s Call for a Jonesboro man who apparently walked away from his home Wednesday about noon.
Fayetteville charity celebrates longtime Jonesboro contributor.
Fellow officers, and deputies at the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office, have been most supportive of Michael Hooks, who is battling stage three testicular cancer.
Filings claim unknown medical condition
Filings in Clayton County Superior Court claim a Lithonia woman charged with an Aug. 25 crash that killed three teenagers suffers from an undiagnosed medical condition and that she has no memory of the incident.
Cheerleaders from M.D. Roberts Middle School may have won top prizes for dance and fight-song performance at a recent University of Georgia cheer camp. But the ultimate prize was ... a banana. A “spirit” banana.