News for Tuesday, May 8, 2012


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BOY’S SOCCER: Luella falls to Collins Hill in Class AAAAA second round

Second round action in the boy's soccer state tournament.

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It’s all about team for Mundy's Mill's Harmon

Senior pitcher leads Tigers against Marist in Class AAAA second round.

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Relays add intensity to boy’s track meet

For the most part, track and field is an individual sport.

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Spinks pleased with Eagle’s Landing’s performance

Even if his Eagle’s Landing girls track and field team didn’t finish third overall in Class AAA with two runners winning state championships, coach Claud Spinks would still be heaving compliments on this season’s squad.

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Stackhouse shoots 67 for third state title

After not participating in the Class AAAA golf tournament last season, two-time winner Mariah Stackhouse wanted to make a statement in her return.

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BOC changing senior center fees again

Administrative fee dropped, daily charge added

Clayton County officials are looking for a proverbial carrot to lure elderly people back to the county’s senior centers.


BOE to hold public hearings on budget

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Morrow concert promises 'every disco song' medley

When Robert Ray returns to Morrow on May 19 to headline the Concert for Care at the National Archives Amphitheatre, he’ll be belting out standards, rock, Motown, gospel — and, according to Ray, a 12-minute medley of “every disco song from 1975 to 1980.”

‘Soul Train Line’ record attempt added to Mayfest

Local senior citizens will attempt to set a new Guinness World Record this week by trying to do dances, such as the Robot, the Click-Clack, the Bump, the Spank, the Bus Stop, and the Hustle.