Top Ten stories in Clayton Co. from Nov 11th to 19th

Top Ten stories in the Clayton News Daily

1. Target announces it will close Morrow location

Clayton County will lose about 100 jobs Feb. 1, when the Target in Morrow closes its doors after about 18 years of business, according to a city official.

2. Target will close Morrow location Feb. 1 because of performance issues

Morrow City Manager Jeff Eady said the city received a letter from Target Monday informing officials about its decision to close the at 1940 Mt. Zion Road Feb. 1.

3. Police arrest two Riverdale teens in shooting death of Lithonia man

Clayton County police said they have arrested two men in connection with the shooting death of a third man who had advertised a cell phone for sale on craigslist.com.

4. Briggs Equipment investing $7 million in Clayton County with new operations center

ATLANTA — When Briggs Equipment opens the doors on its new 120,000-square-foot operations center in northwest Clayton County on Monday, it will mark a major investment in the county.

5. Preston Williams comes up big in Lovejoy win

HAMPTON - Preston Williams refused to let second-ranked Lovejoy go out in the first round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs on Friday.

6. Reclassification looms for Clayton County schools

The landscape of sports in Clayton County could slightly change under the bi-annual Georgia High School Association reclassification.

7. Mundy’s Mill RB Rodney Smith too much for Houston County

Rodney Smith looked like a healthy man who didn’t need a knee brace.

8. Dying man begged for his mother

At 31, Tavares Sanchez Moses was an adult, a physically large man with a short history of skirmishes with the law whose nickname was Tootie Man.

9. Congratulations to new chief magistrate judge

Congratulations to new chief magistrate judge

10. Involuntary manslaughter charge upgraded to murder in son’s death

A man charged last year with involuntary manslaughter was indicted for murder exactly a year after his son died from a gunshot wound to his head.