News for Wednesday, March 27, 2013


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PREP ROUNDUP: Woodland's Smith strikes out 12 in win

A look at high school sports results from Wednesday night.

Clayton-specific BOE ethics laws repealed

Two ethics laws that specifically targeted the Clayton County Board of Education were repealed by the Georgia Senate Tuesday, freeing the school board to follow a statewide ethics law without risking any conflict.

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Former Morrow PD interim chief headed to FBI

Will be city’s first officer in a decade to get federal training

Morrow police Capt. Greg Tatroe didn’t recognize the phone number of the person calling him at a training seminar in Florida last November, but a little voice told him he needed to take the call.


Check out what's happening with Clayton County's churches this week.

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Clayton ministers say county primed for spiritual re-birth

County pastors and ministers are working to transform Clayton spiritually.

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Jonesboro’s Alston does it all

Darian Alston doesn’t mind being labeled a utility player, and that’s because the Jonesboro senior has goals that don’t just include himself.

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Jonesboro, Locust Grove looking for offensive revival in rematch

There is a logjam toward the top of the Region 4-AAAA baseball standings, and neither Locust Grove or Jonesboro want any parts of it.

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Clayton State falls in Elite Eight

Lakers’ run ends with 81-68 loss to Augustana

While one historic run through the NCAA Div. II tournament continues, another one comes to an end.

Woman indicted in traffic death of cabbie

A Clayton County grand jury has indicted an Atlanta woman for allegedly causing the August crash that killed a Morrow cab driver.