Top 10 most popular stories for September 7-September 13

1. Blaze destroys Lake Spivey house

A late-night fire Monday in Clayton County’s Lake Spivey region gutted a Jonesboro couple’s two-story house.

2. Two bodies found in Morrow apartment

Two people were found dead Friday inside a Morrow apartment.

3. Jackson named interim superintendent

Clayton County’s school board Monday appointed an interim superintendent Monday and tabled indefinitely a controversial early-release schedule in the wake of superintendent Edmond Heatley’s resignation last week.

4. County finances bring citizens to boiling point

Clayton County Board of Commissioners Vice-Chairman Wole Ralph dismissed a group of citizens criticisms over the county’s financial spending habits Tuesday night as “foolishness” as pressure over finances reached a boiling point.

5. Dancing in the streets

President Barack Obama is supposed to be in the spotlight at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, but a group of dancing Clayton County sheriff’s deputies stole the show early on.

6. Clayton hungry for ‘Hunger Games’ sequel

The Clayton County Board of Commissioners unanimously gave producers of the “Hunger Games” sequel, “Catching Fire,” the green light Tuesday to film some scenes from at Clayton County International Park this fall.

7. Video subpoenaed of gang fight at Morrow High

Clayton County Sheriff’s officials subpoenaed cell-phone video Wednesday of a gang-related fight earlier this week at Morrow High School.

8. Five-hundred pound man robs Chinese restaurant

Two years after allegedly robbing a Chinese restaurant at gunpoint, a 500-pound man has been booked into the Clayton County Jail.

9. Clayton County School Superintendent Edmond Heatley resigns

Edmond Heatley resigned Wednesday morning as superintendent of Clayton County public schools after a tumultuous three-year tenure, according to school system officials.

10. Clayton County sheriff's race heats up

Victor Hill, next sheriff of Clayton County?