Four men are being held without bond in the Clayton County Jail Friday night after being arrested following a Fulton County alleged carjacking, said police.
A College Park man is being held in the Clayton County Jail without bond on charges he kidnapped and assaulted his girlfriend with a handgun, according to jail records.
Despite a self-congratulatory swipe at ethics reform in the last session, there seems to be nothing stopping the boys and girls of the General Assembly and assorted state bureaucrats from continuing to zip around the globe, courtesy of foreign governments and big corporations like BP and Chevron
Lester Knauls didn’t hear a sound, but he knew something was wrong with his right ankle.
Forest Park police seek assault suspect.
Woman pleads guilty to vehicular homicide
Murder and other felony charges were dropped against a College Park woman accused of causing the death of a cab driver nearly a year ago, according to court records.
After an hour and 46 minute delay in getting a 5 p.m. called meeting started Tuesday, city council members voted unanimously to put a moratorium on the placement of certain signs.
Clayton County residents take honors at special needs pageant
Jonesboro’s Bolivia Freeman took top honors Saturday during the 11th Annual Special Needs Pageant when she was crowned Miss Young Adult Henry County.
Clayton County Public Schools officials have set a date for the district’s annual open house. This year’s event is Aug. 8.
Trips begin this weekend
Look up in the sky. It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s — oh wait, it really is a bird.
Antiques aficionados beware for Arts Clayton will offer programs that may be close to your heart Saturday.
Jonesboro is partnering with American Legion Post 258 to put up crosses and flags for veterans who lived in the city and had served in the military at any time after the U.S. entered World War I in 1916.
Representatives of Jonesboro’s auditor will present their annual audit report to the city council Monday.
Three Clayton County students will get a little help Monday from Congressman David Scott (D-Ga.) and his wife, Alfredia, to pay college tuition.