As of Monday, July 30, 2012
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Clayton News Daily
Ground will be broken later this fall — and a major thoroughfare will have its name changed — when work begins on Porsche’s North American headquarters on the site of the old Ford assembly plant.
Tim Yancey views his hand-bound replicas of Gutenberg’s Bible as a simple hobby that he enjoys when he’s not making sure Chick-fil-A restaurants across the country don't, in his words, “run out of chicken.” run out of chicken.
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.
A Mawli native charged with stealing credit card information faces deportation as Clayton County sheriff's investigators sort out a melange of evidence seized Tuesday from his house.
Southern Regional Medical Center found itself among Georgia’s top hospitals this week in a statewide group’s new listing of high performing medical institutes, the hospital has announced.
A Clayton County sheriff’s candidate who didn’t participate in two public forums or provide answers to a questionnaire sent by Clayton News Daily issued a press release a week before the primary outlining his platform.
Three county commissioners, the county manager and the finance director want the Clayton District Attorney’s Office disqualified from investigating their alleged criminal misconduct, according to a filing Wednesday in Superior Court.
Companion investigations into suspected drug activity and a thinly-veiled ad for prostitution services led Clayton County sheriff's deputies to a Stockbridge trailer and the discovery of a substance not commonly seized in raids — GHB.
Scores of Henry, Clayton and metro Atlanta residents, braved the sizzling heat -- and even a bit of rain -- Saturday, to attend the second installment of the City of Riverdale’s South City Concert Series.
Mayor Joy Day will represent her city at the LOST negotiating table but the Jonesboro City Council will be waiting to find out if an agreement between Clayton County and its seven cities is to their liking.