Top 10 Stories for the week of June 3-9

1. Four firefighters taken to Atlanta hospital

Four Clayton County firefighters were taken to Atlanta Medical Center for treatment after crash.

2. Mayor sues women over anonymous letter

Mayor David Lockhart has filed suit in Clayton County State Court seeking damages from women he alleges are responsible for an anonymous letter left outside city hall Monday night.

3. Officer shot, suspect believed killed

Clayton County police officer shot, suspect believed to be dead.

4. BOC refuses to act on pay raise request

It’s a rare occasion when the Clayton County Board of Commissioners lets a request die on the floor without a vote, but that’s what happened to a pay increase request from Sheriff Victor Hill Tuesday.

5. Morrow residents fight eminent domain

Dozens of Morrow residents stood in opposition to an eminent domain threat recently lodged by the Clayton County Board of Education.

6. Small businesses to shine at Morrow farmer’s market

Doug Law and Tamecia Shaheed hope the exposure their Italian ice business will get at Morrow’s new farmer’s market will lead to a bright future.

7. Gippert defends women accused of libel

Public Works Department Director Mike Gippert said the women accused of libeling Mayor David Lockhart didn’t write the anonymous document that alleges Lockhart used a racial slur during a recent Morrow event.

8. Cuban restaurant adding new flavor to Clayton

The owners of El Noa Noa Sur could have opened a Mexican restaurant on Tara Boulevard three months ago but they didn’t want it to be overkill.

9. Store where clerk died was in 'shambles'

The convenience store where a clerk died in a shootout with three suspects in August 2011 was in "shambles" when police arrived, a Clayton County police detective testified Wednesday.

10. Jonesboro debating additional police officers

The Jonesboro Police Department may get some help to patrol the city.