Health screenings also offered at event
“Every day is a day of Thanksgiving,” said New Macedonia Baptist Church Pastor Gerry T. Anderson as he led prayer during the second annual Association of Christian Ministers of Clayton County Thanksgiving Dinner.
MORROW — Unwilling to wait for Black Friday, the day-after-Thanksgiving shopping craze, several Clayton County shoppers got started late Thursday night.
MORROW — ’Tis the season to be giving, especially for a child in desperate need of an angel.
Dorothy “Dot” McGinnis, of Conley, passed away on Nov. 21, 2012.
Water authority gets’ pretty close to perfection
Clayton County Water Authority’s (CCWA) Wastewater Collection System was recently awarded the 2012 Georgia Association of Water Professionals (GAWP) Wastewater Collection System Gold Award.
Bill Remy typically has two types of customers who seek out his holiday advice as the wine guru at Highway 138 Package Store.
Clayton County’s government is hitting the Internet in a fight to improve the county’s image.
The new $5.1 million Forest Park Library Branch is expected to have its grand opening ceremony, featuring county and state library officials, at 3 p.m., Dec. 16.
RIVERDALE — The Clayton County Rotary Club sponsored the Riverdale Preparatory Spelling Bee Saturday by donating dictionaries to contestants in the fourth through eighth grades.
JONESBORO — Four students from Our Lady of Mercy Catholic High School have been nominated for the 2013 Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP), a four-week academic program designed to provide academically gifted students with a challenging curriculum not offered in the standard classroom.
JONESBORO — The Clayton County school board will begin its search for a new superintendent following Thanksgiving break, but they don’t expect to fill the position until next summer.
Did you or anyone in your family ever collect those little state-shaped magnets?
The big band leader whose career ranged from working with singer Billie Holiday, to providing the backdrop for the arrival of “Sheriff Bart” in the film “Blazing Saddles,” will be celebrated by Clayton State University’s Clayton Community Big Band next week.
County, Rainbow House to celebrate 10th annual holiday festival
This year will mark the 10th annual Festival of Trees and Lights that the county’s recreation department has put on in partnership with family abuse shelter Rainbow House.
Rental fees drop but ‘non-resident’ fees are born
Clayton County residents will soon see lower rates to rent three pavilions at Clayton County International Park while residents of neighboring counties encounter new “non-resident” recreation fees.