Mrs. Elizabeth Byrd, of Riverdale, passed away Sunday, May 20, 2012.
Berneice Weaver, 81, of Decatur, died Friday, May 18, 2012.
Ronnie Puckett, 56, of Rex, died Sunday, May 20. He was born in Atlanta, to the late Bobby Jack and Annie Catherine Miller Puckett.
The City of Morrow is about to put out a call for developers to submit their ideas on how to salvage the town’s much-maligned “Olde Towne Morrow” development.
In a way, the new film, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” is sort of like “When Southern Regional met a Charlie’s Angel and Jenny from the Block.”
Things have been going well for Mariah Stackhouse. She had a big graduation party Saturday.
Now in the wake of the unremarkable ending to Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (which funny enough is no longer talked about), gay rights doesn’t have the same bite. In 2005, the Supreme Court made sodomy legal in all 50 states and since then there have been absolutely no reports of anyone turning into a pillar of salt.
Pope Dickson closes after more than six decades
When people die, they pass through a funeral home. But what happens to a funeral home when it dies?
America’s best and biggest companies — the banks, the energy corporations, the computer giants — are refusing to stand up to the bully governments in Sacramento and D.C.
Bethel Baptist women honor friend’s memory, minister to children
When Carolyn Dukes, a long-time member of Bethel Baptist Church in Jonesboro, passed away unexpectedly in March, nobody would have predicted that her memory would live on with a Sock Monkey ministry — but it has.
Both now face charges
Mytasia Anaya Dormevil and Alana Gray were reported missing May 22, but Hampton Police Capt. Derrick Austin, said police received an anonymous tip about the teens’ whereabouts, and located them in Atlanta Saturday.
Theft case remains under investigation
Henry County police arrested a man for allegedly stealing a motorcycle, after a “LoJack” signal was received by Clayton and Henry County police.
Abuse allegations could mean end of Vollmer’s career
After spending a week defending himself against accusations that he abused special needs students, David Vollmer, a veteran teacher at Adamson Middle School teacher, will lose his job if the Clayton County Public Schools upholds its tribunal’s recommendation.