News for Monday, March 26, 2012


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Gong, Gong, Gong! - Michael Reagan

Gong, Gong, Gong! I don't know about you, but watching the Republican primary season is making me feel like a judge on the "The Gong Show."

Clayton Senior Services to highlight diabetes Tuesday

The Clayton County Senior Services department is set to host a free diabetes-testing event for elderly residents in Riverdale, on Tuesday.

Purpose driven lies and gender equality - Tina Dupuy

What does a government bureaucrat being between you and your doctor look like?

Jonesboro signs on for Atlanta Jazz Festival

The Jonesboro City Council voted 4-0 during a called meeting on Monday to approve a request from one of its members to become one of the sites for the Atlanta Jazz Festival’s “31 Days of Jazz.”

Mrs. Carrie Inez Wilkes Goins

Mrs. Carrie Inez Wilkes Goins, 90, of Conley, was called to her eternal resting place on March 25, 2012. Mrs. Goins was the wife of the late Harry Francis Goins.

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Atlanta officer to become Morrow’s top cop

Atlanta Police Maj. Christopher A. Leighty is scheduled to be sworn in as Morrow's newest police chief by Morrow Mayor Joseph “J.B.” Burke at the beginning of the town’s City Council meeting, which is set to begin Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

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Indicted former official surrenders, proclaims innocence

Ousted Forest Park City Council Ward 2 Representative Karen-Brandee Williams surrendered to the Clayton County Jail Monday morning on felony indictments and proclaimed her innocence on the charges that also led to her being removed from office in July.