The press pass has been updated. Credentials from Atlanta Motor Speedway have been picked up. Batteries for the remote control have been changed.
The last time they were here, it didn’t end so well.
Short-handed Wildcats get 41-12 win
At times the Lovejoy Wildcats were that sharp, but that is to be expected in season-openers.
A Clayton County police officer faces life in prison and more than $10 million in fines if he is convicted on drug trafficking, firearms and corruption charges, said federal officials Thursday.
Jury selection will start Tuesday in the April 2012 death of a barber shot when he walked outside to check on grilled chicken during a birthday party in Conley.
Jordan Ashely, 3, wanted to see ‘the candy car.’
Principal Marcus Jackson said the scores are not the best but they are an improvement for students who took the 2013 Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests.
A vague, but intriguingly named group is planning to throw a party in northeastern Clayton County this weekend.
Congress should be fully involved in discussions on Syria and available alternatives should be considered before any military strike is taken, Congressman David Scott (D-Ga.) wrote Thursday in a letter to President Barack Obama.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service announced Thursday they will let gay couples file joint tax returns if they were married in a state that allows gay marriage.
Georgia job seekers will descend upon Clayton County next month to look for employment.
David Ragan might be out of the Sprint Cup Chase, but the Georgia native comes home this weekend to Atlanta Motor Speedway with a lot of enthusiasm.
Clayton County Public Schools are closed Monday.
Anything worth doing is worth doing right.
School Notebook 8-30-13
Karessa Carter recently traveled to Las Vegas for the national convention on differentiated instruction.
Qualifying ended Friday for Clayton County cities and Forest Park’s races have the makings for interesting contests.