Staff writers Brian Paglia and Gabriel Stovall look at Lovejoy and ELCA to find who delivers in the clutch.
It’s been 1,446 days since Rod Sweeting last played football for the Luella Lions.
Last season, it was emotional for Amarlo Herrera. The North Clayton graduate couldn’t help but get wrapped up in the spotlight and pressure, the hype and the magnitude of the SEC Championship game, and he and his Georgia Bulldogs teammates unraveled in the moment.
Just five games into the season, the Mount Zion boys basketball team has already eclipsed its win total from last season.
Now it gets a little tougher to pick these games.
A look at high school football state playoff games in the Southern Crescent
On the first day of preseason practice, North Clayton coach Martise Troup reminded his team of one thing.
Training essential for safety
Some Clayton County firefighters took part in “specialized structural collapse” training this week.
Dogs assist Clayton County Fire CERT
Angel and Sofie sifted through the rubble of a collapsed building, searching for survivors Wednesday.
Alert dispatcher warns officers of same car
Morrow Police arrested five suspects who they said led officers on a chase in a stolen vehicle Wednesday, according to Morrow Police Capt. James Callaway.
Police say motive unknown
A Decatur man accused of shooting a man in the groin during a cookout in Riverdale was arrested Tuesday.
William Franta "Bil" Slife, age 84 of Stockbridge died peacefully at Vitas Hospice on Nov. 26, 2012.
Volunteers to cleannew venue
Officials for a new and unique park are scheduled to host a groundbreaking ceremony and clean-up project.
Citizens at war with each other over political battles
Infighting between Morrow leaders has spilled over to the city’s residents, who have gone to war against each other over the activities of city government.
Santa Claus and his bovine doppelgänger — a Chick-fil-A Santa Cow — will be in Clayton County this weekend.
Georgia had a 67-percent overall graduation rate for the 2010-11 school year, according to the U.S. Department of Education, the third-worst in the country, above only New Mexico and Nevada. Clayton County’s overall graduation rate was 51.48 percent.
The Morrow City Council has stopped talking about possible sanctions against Mayor Joseph “J.B.” Burke less than a month after it began moving toward punishing him for criticizing the city’s planning and economic development director.
JONESBORO — Chairperson Pam Adamson began Monday night’s Board of Education work session by claiming Clayton County is not at risk of losing its accreditation, despite a formal warning letter from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
MORROW — Clayton State University is celebrating this holiday season with a series of special daytime concerts, concluding on Wednesday, Dec. 12.
Lake Spivey Rotary Club volunteers gathered Thanksgiving Day for their 13th annual holiday feast project with Rainbow House, a shelter for children who are victims of domestic abuse, said club President Debbie Walker in a written statement.
Morrow begins Sunday alcohol sales talks
The City of Morrow may finally join its brethren across Clayton County and call for a referendum on allowing Sunday package alcohol sales next year.
STOCKBRIDGE — The holidays are usually a time when many people like to indulge in pastries, cakes, candies, and good ol’ family dinners.
Clayton County’s legislative delegation is opposing a recommendation by the Georgia Sheriffs Association to appoint a temporary substitute to run the office until sheriff-elect Victor Hill can resolve his legal woes.