Corbin is a small boxer mix who has been at the shelter more than two months.
Now, we all knew that it wasn't going to work. Not for one cotton-picking minute did we think that those two could say, “I do,” and keep that vow until one of 'em stopped breathing.
I don’t get too many options to ride a train somewhere, but most of my experiences have been good ones.
Annie "Virginia" Bartlett, of Conley, passed away on March 15, 2012. Charles and Virginia Bartlett are the former owners of B&B Sales and Service, in Lake City.
The 2011-12 first, second and honorable mention All-Southern Crescent girls basketball team.
The 2011-12 first, second and honorable mention teams.
Eagle’s Landing junior basketball star Eric Wortham Jr. got the news he was hoping for Thursday — he can play basketball again.
Henry Daily Herald's Girls Basketball Player of the Year is Luella's Britney Guy
Jonesboro junior Taurean Ferguson has to make up for some lost time.
Henry Daily Herald's Boys Basketball Player of the Year is Eagle's Landing's Eric Wortham
Although injuries probably prevented Forest Park from a third straight trip to the final four, Ashlee Cole put up some big numbers to become the Clayton News Daily/Henry Daily Herald Clayton County Girls Player of the Year.
After helping lead North Clayton to its first region championship in 19 years, Marcus Hunt was named the Clayton News Daily/Henry Daily Herald Clayton Boys Player of the Year.
The Humane Society's annual spring garage sale fund-raiser — which is usually one of their biggest fund-raisers of the year — is coming up in early May, but donations for items to be sold at the event are only trickling in.
A Clayton County jury deliberates most of the day Thursday before convicting a Morrow man of murder and other felonies in the September 2010 shooting death of his friend.
New members of Forest Park Teen Council will be sworn into various positions during a ceremony Tuesday night at City Hall.
Clayton County’s top three public safety leaders led a panel discussion about their departments during a Chamber of Commerce early bird breakfast Thursday at Clayton State University.