Salvation is more than just a "get out of hell free" card.
Don’t worry because Lamar Harris isn’t confused when talking about his Jonesboro squad.
Still alive for a title and still perfect. That sums up the Forest Park girl’s basketball team.
Can anybody stop Woodland?
Like with any basketball tournament, this week’s region tournaments have seen its share of upsets.
It looks like the perfect set up for some North Clayton region tournament deja vu.
Mr. Ewell Leon McDade, Sr., 78, of Hampton passed away Feb. 12, 2013.
Loretta C. Riesberg, our wife, mother and grandmother leaves a legacy of resourcefulness, creativity, love, and devotion to her family and God.
Mr. Donald E. Mulkey, Sr. of Forest Park passed away Feb. 11, 2013.
John Randall “Randy” Dunn, Sr., 54, of Morrow died Thursday, Feb. 7.
RIVERDALE — Sequoyah Middle School took the “Heart of the Matter” into their own hands at the school’s first-ever health fair.
Legislation combines 2.0 requirement for HOPE Grant with plan to increase the number of graduates
McDONOUGH — Gov. Nathan Deal recently unveiled a proposal to lower GPA requirements for the HOPE Grant to allow more students access to state funds for technical schools.
Audit shows consultant, not JHA, messed up
The findings of an audit of the Jonesboro Housing Authority highlight the dangers of county officials casting stones in a glass house.
U.S. Rep. David Scott (D-Ga.) is set to announce eight Clayton County residents will be part of his annual nominations for military academy appointment Saturday.
Mother Nature put a stake through the hearts of Golden Eagles everywhere on Sunday, when a tornado tore across Hattiesburg, Miss., and part of our beloved university’s campus and the surrounding area.
Clayton County Public Schools is the state’s second-largest school district to go all in on the governor’s new workforce development project.
Tax preparation assistance is available to the area’s lower-income residents.
SCHOOL NOTEBOOK 2-14-13
Clayton State University’s Office of Orientation & New Student Programs’ FIRST Step Peer Mentoring recently recognized the academic achievement of its mentored freshmen earning a cumulative grade point averages of 3.0 or higher their first semester.
Five people arrested during last summer's gambling raids in Forest Park were indicted by a Clayton County grand jury this week.
Georgia Bureau of Investigation agents arrested a Jonesboro woman Tuesday on human trafficking charges, said officials.