As of Tuesday, April 16, 2013
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Clayton County police Officer Eddie Soto followed two other marked patrol cars through a subdivision Wednesday evening, past houses filled with families sitting down to dinner or watching television.
If you sprinkle when you tinkle, please be neat — but don’t swipe the seat.
City meetings in Lake City are, in many ways, an exercise in local government transparency.
HAMPTON — “Eat my dust” took on a new meaning Saturday as color wafted behind The Color Run runners passing through the various color stations.
The Clayton County Humane Society’s yard sales are some of the biggest fundraisers the animal adoption group holds every year, but next month’s sale may not be as successful if items aren’t donated.
It’s not uncommon to see hawks, owls and sparrows in Jonesboro, but a peacock? Now that’s a shocker.
Prosecutors allege Marshae Hickman lured a Forest Park teenager into the woods, stabbed her to keep her quiet about a previous assault, covered her body with a nearby discarded mattress and went home.
Clayton County’s new movie sound stage in Lake City will make its big screen debut this weekend but audiences won’t recognize it as a former grocery store.
A Forest Park man identified in a girl's diary stands trial this week for murder in her death.
Sometimes, it’s just hard out there to be a pimp, according to the lyrics of popular song.