Betty Carole Sobers Crawley, 44, died on Feb. 25, 2012, at Retreat Hospital, in Richmond, V. "BC," as everyone knew her, was born on April 16, 1967, in Albany, Ga. She was the daughter of the late Edward Kenneth Sobers and the late Catherine Webster Sobers.
An evening of ballroom dancing on Friday
Annual Men's Day at Knights Monumental, Sunday
MLK Elementary hosts multicultural event
The aromas of Italian, Mexican, Indian, and Vietnamese cuisine filled the air at Martin Luther King Elementary School’s cafeteria in College Park. Several parents, teachers and students came out to feast on the assortment of foods in support of the school’s Multicultural Diversity Celebration.
The Forest Park City Council, recently, tabled a request for alcohol licenses from two closed businesses formerly operating as Clayton County’s only strip clubs.
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Odd week for Mitt Romney. The roller-coaster candidate was on the receiving end of more mixed messages than a basement bulletin board at the United Nations on “Take Your Schizophrenic to Work Day.”
Several parents, teachers and students came out to College Park's Martin Luther King Elementary School to feast on the assortment of foods in support of the school’s Multicultural Diversity Celebration this week.
Carole Sue Barrett Gravitt, passed away, on March 3, 2012. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and dear friend, who gracefully lost her seven-year struggle with cancer.
Frances Morrow Royston Stanford, 94, of Jonesboro, died March 6, 2012. She was the daughter of the late Nannie Watterson Royston and Julius Barton Royston.
Two doses of Southwest DeKalb's full-court defense and playing in the semifinals for the first time in three seasons proved too much for Jonesboro in a 51-35 loss Friday at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.
The Internal Revenue Service is alerting senior citizens and others to watch out for a federal tax refund scam, tempting victims to claim fraudulent refunds.
Friends of the National Archives Southeast Region — the National Archives at Atlanta’s support group — is planning to hold a free online program next week that could help those with Irish roots trace their family lines from the Emerald Isle.
North Clayton star and Georgia Tech signee Marcus Hunt scored 40 points in his final high school basketball game, but the Eagles couldn't overcome a star-studded Southwest DeKalb team in a 74-67 loss in the Class AAAA semifinals at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.
Clayton County residents are being encouraged to participate in a state-wide public comment period on Georgia’s “Babies Can’t Wait” funding-grant application.
Former U.S. Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich dominated his opponents in Clayton County in Georgia’s “Super Tuesday” presidential primary, much the same way he took the rest of the state — by double-digits.
Gerald R. Benton, 28, of Atlanta, died Feb. 21, 2012 at his home in Vogelweh, Germany
Last week for parents to register students for Pre-K lottery