Clayton County resident Nancy Adgate was named Georgia’s honoree for the National Association of Geoscience Teachers 2013 Outstanding Earth Science Teachers program.
Georgia high school students’ scores on the ACT college entrance exam held steady this year, even as record numbers took the test, officials said Wednesday.
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Commander Charles Needham of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6330 announced the 15th Annual VFW and Ladies Auxiliary “Smart/Maher VFW Citizenship Education Teacher Award” contest.
Five Clayton County cities will sign up candidates for 12 elected offices next week.
Lovejoy is confident that Neely can get job done
Quintarius Neely has accomplished the hard part, now the sophomore must tackle the tough part of being named the starting quarterback at Lovejoy.
Mother-daughter duo are looking to provide fresh new socks to hospitalized children and nursing home seniors.
During a lengthy town hall meeting Thursday night, Forest Park Mayor David Lockhart let residents know about the city’s plans for the future, days before qualifying starts for his office and two ward seats.
Break out your stadium chairs and get ready for a full weekend of softball action.
Lakers welcomes 11 new players to soccer scholarships
Clayton State signed 11 new players to soccer scholarships for the upcoming season.
A Byron man wiped away tears Friday morning as he was sentenced to 25 years in prison without parole for molesting a 7-year-old girl two years ago.
Qualifying for what is expected to be hotly-contested municipal races starts Monday morning at City Hall.
Clayton County police said a motorcyclist is in critical condition with a skull fracture and brain injury after his bike collided with a tractor trailer truck Thursday night.
HAMPTON — Magnolia the chihuahua and her human Joseph Youst are already in line to get their favorite camp site at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
A Clayton County Superior Court judge described a convicted killer as having a “chilling lack of remorse” for stabbing to death her mother last year in an argument over money and her eviction from the family’s home.
Families looking for free fun Saturday need look no farther than Forest Park.
The City of Lovejoy recently dedicated a $6,500 monument to honor service men and women. It sits in a small plot downtown between Mayor’s Park and the community center.