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Top 10stories for the week of February 18-February 24

1. Secretary of State investigating BOC chairman's residency

The Georgia Secretary of State's office has launched an investigation into the residency of Clayton County Commission Chairman Jeff Turner, an official with the state office has confirmed.

2. Riverdale assistant principal fights for job

Genghis Shakhan, an assistant principal at Riverdale High School, is accused of using unnecessary force to restrain students in three altercations last October.

3. Former DA testifies in husband’s civil case

Former Clayton County District Attorney Jewel Scott repeatedly and adamantly denied firing her ex-chief of staff in 2007 because the man intended to run against her husband for commission chairman.

4. Opportunities for service

Eight Clayton County Public Schools students and one active duty soldier were formally nominated by Congressman David Scott (D-Ga.) for service academy appointments over the weekend.

5. Secretary of State investigating BOC chairman's residency

The Georgia Secretary of State's office has launched an investigation into the residency of Clayton County Commission Chairman Jeff Turner, an official with the state office has confirmed.

6. Clayton’s STARs shine brightly today

Nine students will be recognized by the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce and Clayton County Rotary Club as the county’s 2013 “STAR Students.”

7. Child rapist guilty on all counts

A Riverdale man will be sentenced Monday following his conviction on eight felonies involving child rape.

8. Former Mundy’s Mill lineman makes combine history

Not only does Jamaal Johnson-Webb seem to have a bright future in the National Football League ahead of him, he’s also made some school history to boot.

9. Two charged in cabbie’s death

Less than a month after a cabbie was found shot to death in Riverdale, Clayton County police announced charges against two men they believe are responsible.

10. Jonesboro launching community market

The City of Jonesboro is planning to soon begin offering “Market Days” twice a week at the Jonesboro Fire House Museum and Community.