City grants occupancy, but owner eyes McDonough
MORROW — The owner of a haunted house in Morrow late Friday afternoon got the city’s permission to open, following a Clayton News Daily report on the city economic development director’s urging the business move out of the city.
Chairman says voters can reshape board
MORROW — Clayton County Commission Chairman Eldrin Bell said he sees the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ warning letter to Clayton County school system officials as more of a message to county residents, than their school board members.
City to update medical leave policy
FOREST PARK — The Forest Park City Council is mulling over giving city employees a two-percent pay raise, but the mayor pro-tem is not so sure about one of the suggested methods.
Indictment includes four men in burglary
JONESBORO — The fourth man suspected of being involved in a Jonesboro home invasion has joined three suspected accomplices behind bars.
City Council approved guaranteeing sale
FOREST PARK — Forest Park unanimously agreed Friday to give the federal government notice that the city is now ready and able to purchase Fort Gillem. And the city is ready to put its money where its mouth is.
Mr. Ted Key, of Jonesboro, passed away Sept. 27, 2012.
Anthony Joe (Tony) Terrell died in his home in Lake City on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012.
Ted Key remembered as popular educator, engaging storyteller
Clayton County historian Ted Key, 73, succumbed to a heart attack Thursday morning, while enjoying a family trip in the North Georgia mountains, said Historical Jonesboro/Clayton County, Inc. President Barbara Emert.
Organizers are planning a fall festival in McDonough partly to benefit a project to build an aquatic center.
I feel like I need to tell somebody (including myself) to hold on. Don’t give up. The struggle is meant to strengthen you. Regardless of the pain, the hurt, the misunderstandings, the mistakes, the tension and the turmoil, know that God is on your side.
We can see the growth of the kingdom of Heaven in our own lives, and in the life of the Church. It may not always be dramatic, but there’s no force on earth that can stop it.
Many today think that because God is a loving God who cares for every human being on this earth, He would never send anyone to hell, into the lake of fire and eternal punishment. Would it surprise you if I told you this statement is true?
Hampton’s annual Fall Festival is back and ready to celebrate with all Southern Crescent residents.
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These “ducks,” actually representatives of the 27 corporate sponsors of Clayton County CASA’s annual Darlin’ Duck Derby, were gathered for one last party before the fundraising race takes place this weekend.