Lovejoy still maintains positive outlook
‘If’ is a bad word right now for Lovejoy baseball.
An ordinary day at the race track for Taylor and Jensen Jorgensen may soon turn out to be not-so-ordinary.
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“Jesus” looked to the heavens as he hung from a cross behind St. Philip Benizi Catholic Church Friday and asked “Why?”
Morrow resident wants to inspect city documents
This was a mostly quiet week in public comments at government meetings.
Clayton State University officials have waited years to break ground on a new science building, but they may not have to wait much longer.
If Mother Nature gets her timing right, the azaleas may bloom just in time for the William H. Reynolds Memorial Nature Preserve’s annual Wild Azalea Festival April 6.
Dillon is a 3 year old buff tabby, domestic shorthair.
Cowboy is a 2 year old Bichon Frise.
Mrs. Delora Head Galloway Moss, age 84, of Griffin passed on Thursday, March 28, 2013 at Piedmont Hospital.
Mrs. Pamela Ann McGouirk Jackson, 62, passed away March 12, 2013.
The garden in back of the Rex home is blooming, though the hands that took care to fertilize and prune its plants are gone. Hope springs eternal there as it always has.
To the untrained eye, Victor Hernandez’s creation looked more like a phone booth. But it’s a “time machine” built from small, plastic blocks.
Clayton to get projected $36 million in equalization
School finance officials are planning another year of deficit spending.
Six students from Clayton County Public Schools were selected as Governor’s Honors Program finalists.
Two men are being held in the Clayton County Jail without bond after police seized about 1,000 pounds of marijuana from an Anvil Block Road home.
Man acquitted in grandpa's death
The family of a mentally-ill man acquitted in 2010 of killing his grandfather told a Clayton County Superior Court judge they are terrified of him and would fight any attempts at his release.
Hopes to find potential kidney donors
Clayton State University’s faculty is galvanizing support for student Rosalynn Gresham, who needs a kidney transplant.