As of Monday, July 1, 2013
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Clayton News Daily
By Ed Brock
Jimmy Deen, of Albany, tells The Albany Herald the national media has begun to hound him and his family.
The Clayton County Board of Commissioners could be sued if it refuses to pay a court settlement stemming from actions Sheriff Victor Hill took nearly a decade ago, an attorney warned Tuesday.
A College Park woman has been indicted for allegedly beating her mother and abandoning her young daughter in the woods near I-75.
A Jonesboro man charged in the shooting death of a barber has bonded out of the Clayton County Jail, according to records.
Property taxes in Clayton County are expected to produce more revenue than previously thought, but it will end up being a wash for county leaders because they will use the extra income to exempt some departments from a hiring freeze.
After a cumulative 19 years as city manager, John Parker will retire effective June 28.
School employees will receive a penny-on-the-dollar bonus this coming school year in Clayton County.
An Atlanta man who served his country in Afghanistan and Iraq has a history of violence against women dating to 2005, said prosecutors in court Wednesday.
The Clayton County Board of Commissioners will hold a rare morning meeting Thursday to take care of three key issues.