If football victories were given out simply by passing the proverbial eye test, Forest Park might be good for a few more W’s than usual this season.
While sitting in the Atlanta airport Friday morning waiting to board a flight to Houston, Texas, I overheard a conversation between two college football enthusiasts about the infamous discussion of whether college athletes should get paid.
Some prefer to leave campus while others hold their preseason football camps at schools.
RIVERDALE — Isa Muhammad probably could have waited for some more offers to come, but the Riverdale defensive back decided he had found his future home.
TMA still developing athletes, grooming leaders
A USA Today poll found that young people put “elected official or working for one” at the very bottom of their career choices. Given the performance of Washington’s political class, who can blame them?
Good Shepherd Clinic to serve tomato sandwiches Saturday
A tomato faced the knife at the Good Shepherd Clinic as Dr. Charles Johnson tried to determine what was wrong with it.
RIVERDALE — Cortney Dunmyer was surfing the web last November looking for a wedding dress when she came across a link to apply to be on The Learning Channel’s Say Yes to the Dress television show.
Community theater in Morrow may be looked into with tax dollars, but it will be the city’s visitors — not its residents — footing the bill, said he town’s top tourism official.
What it means to be Southern
W.A. Winston II spends his Sunday mornings worshiping at a downtown Jonesboro “church” that might be considered a bit unorthodox.
The Clayton County Board of Education took action on two policies during its meeting Monday.
The time has come for Clayton County residents to make their voices heard on where they want to see the county headed over the next two decades.
All the cars and equipment had yet to be loaded on the trailers, but the conversation inside the Atlanta Motor Speedway garages was focused on next season.
McDONOUGH — The Fifth Annual People First of Henry County Walk-A-Thon was held Saturday, July 20, in McDonough and more than $14,000 in donations poured in to benefit the programs for people with disabilities.
Newspaper changes unveiled
Successful women will be highlighted
JONESBORO — So a mayor, a manager, a director and a former politician walk into a room full of women.