Twenty-five Comcast Cable employees and Jonesboro residents came together Saturday to restore a place where stillborn babies are remembered.
Imogene “Nanny” Ward, 81, of Forest Park, Ga., passed away April 28, 2013.
Mr. James W. Corbin Sr., 85, of Jonesboro, passed away April 27, 2013.
Gwen Lyle hopes this weekend will turn out to be a repeat of last fall’s successful Clayton County Humane Society’s Mega Yard Sale.
Morrow City Council has been publicly cordial with Mayor Joseph “J.B.” Burke for much of the last five months but old tensions have occasionally risen to the surface.
Progress could kill anti-tax legislation
Clayton County officials hope to kill a controversial anti-airport tax bill without having to endure another grueling 40-day legislative term, the county’s lobbyist has confirmed.
Clayton County residents will soon find out how much money their homes are worth.
State representative also chosen for leadership institute
Residents from Clayton and Henry counties will have a chance to speak one-on-one with a member of the Georgia House of Representatives Thursday.
Law might help commercial aviation museum
Deal used Atlanta Motor Speedway as the backdrop as he signed into law legislation that creates a tax exemption to encourage investors to build new large-scale tourism attractions or expand any of the state’s major attractions — including the racetrack.
Clayton County police are looking for two convicted felons in what they believe to be a large-scale, widespread theft organization.
Four people entered pleas Monday for their roles in the shooting death of a man last April, said prosecutors.
Weapons not allowed at class
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Has nearly 35 years in fire service
Two years after being appointed permanent chief over Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services, Jeff Hood is hanging up his helmet.
A registered nurse has been charged with the sexual assault of a patient while she was under the influence of intoxicants.
Clayton County residents are asked to help raise awareness in the battle against cancer this weekend.
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The Clayton County Board of Education voted Monday, 9-3, to extend the contract of Interim Superintendent Luvenia Jackson until Dec. 31, 2014.