‘SoloDuo’ performance Tuesday
Spivey Hall, considered a jewel of cultural exchange in the Southern Crescent, has a busy month ahead.
A former Stockbridge postal worker was sentenced to more than seven years in federal prison after being convicted for his role in a multi-million dollar scheme involving U.S. Treasury checks, said officials.
So, it appears Amsterdam and Brussels are out for now.
A College Park man has been indicted on child rape charges involving two alleged victims.
For the second day in a row, state representatives put off a vote on legislation to give the state’s university system control of the Morrow-based Georgia Archives on Wednesday.
Three relatives held in barber's shooting
The live-in boyfriend of a mother of four has been indicted in the death of one of her children and the serious injury of a second.
The Ellenwood teenager accused of shooting to death his girlfriend didn’t appear to look at her autopsy photos during a medical examiner’s testimony Wednesday.
The state rested its case against two accused killers Wednesday — both of whom are expected to take the stand in their own defense Thursday.
2010 Riverdale High School graduate killed in a car accident.
The Parental Involvement department at Drew High School will host a Black History and Heritage Celebration that will feature the play titled “From Slavery to the White House: A Historical Journey.”
As the United States Congress faces yet another fiscal crisis of its own making, citizens are left wondering why the people they put in office spend more time fighting than legislating.
Mundy's Mill baseball has some holes to fill this spring.
Jamaal Johnson-Webb gets his feet wet in the NFL experience.
Jonesboro boys still find a way to impact state tournament.
Forest Park reaches the semifinals for the third time in four seasons.
Lady Cardinals are headed to their second straight semifinals.
Grad rates improve over past three years
The Clayton County Board of Education will recognize six schools at its upcoming meeting for being named among the state’s “high progress” reward schools.