Opening arguments presented to jury
The first witness to take the stand in the Patrick Ramon Moore murder trial allegedly was one his shooting victims.
No weapon used in heist
Riverdale police are continuing their search of a man who allegedly robbed a local bank.
A Riverdale church is reaching out to Southern Crescent youth to offer inspiration, love and guidance.
Clayton deputies check for weapons at school
Two students were given citations for a prank they allegedly played on a school bus driver and other students.
Community leaders and residents are being asked by Morrow officials to imagine a city they feel would be better than what they currently have as part of a new effort called “Imagine Morrow.”
Voting-age residents who want to help decide who will be the nation’s president have only three more weeks to register, according to elections officials.
Each week the Clayton News Daily will track the progress of potential high school football player of the year candidates throughout the season. Here is an updated ranking of who’s in the running based on last week’s performances.
Several football players in the Southern Crescent had standout performances for their teams. Here is a list of some of the top performances from last week’s games:
Move restricts public access to state’s historical records
Morrow officials were shocked Tuesday, when they heard Gov. Nathan Deal will issue his annual Georgia Archives Month proclamation today — less than a week after state officials said the Morrow-based facility will be closed to meet budget cuts mandated by Deal.
Jonesboro and Riverdale become the latest Clayton County teams to enter the weekly Associated Press top 10 rankings, which were released on Tuesday.
Over the last four seasons, North Clayton has built a solid football resume.
Jean Peacock: What you see depends on where you focus
Letters to the editor from Clayton News Daily readers.
Transparent government is always better government.
Rex Mill Middle School student Dorian Minter talks about her trip to the Galapagos Islands.
Five local men have completed military training, according to the U.S. Department of Defense.
Possible position on Prop 8 killed candidacy
Outgoing Clayton County Schools superintendent Edmond Heatley has reportedly withdrawn his candidacy for the same job in Berkeley, Calif.