A hearing to determine whether a sentence of life without parole for a teenage killer is cruel and unusual punishment has been delayed while the local court awaits a pending ruling on the issue by the U.S. Supreme Court.
In just two days, Forest Park made $700 from collecting residents’ curbside recyclables, giving hope that the decision to start the program will prove profitable for the city, said officials.
Clayton senior services host health expo
Scores of seniors got a lesson in healthy eating and a few summer recipes they can cook without using their stoves.
Jonesboro City Councilwoman Pat Sebo sees a farmer’s market in the town’s downtown area as a positive addition to life in the city.
Face it, people: In America today, the major difference between a campaign contribution and a bribe is five syllables.
I wonder how many government programs dreamt up during the Great Depression era might not have happened had federal government buildings been made unbearable by hot, sticky air.
A veteran Henry County firefighter, Capt. Brandon B. Mitchell, has been designated by a national organization as one of the best in the country in doing his job
A Jonesboro emergency medical technician was among the first civilians in the nation to be honored for completing training in “tactical casualty care” — in other words, how to tend to victims while the bullets are still flying.
Chairman Bell and anti-tax activist to speak
Clayton County Chairman Eldrin Bell and an activist opposed to the Transportation Investment Act are scheduled to speak Saturday at an educational forum organized and moderated by the chairman of the county GOP.
A Riverdale teenager faces numerous public indecency charges after being indicted Wednesday by a Clayton County grand jury.
Clayton County police continued into Wednesday evening dealing with a possible hostage situation inside Saddle Creek subdivision off Panola Road.
Coming Tuesday: A look at honey bees
As of about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday, Clayton County police had been working a possible hostage situation in Ellenwood for more than five hours, said police.