Top stories from Nov 18th to 25th

Top Ten stories in the Clayton News Daily

1. Clayton County hitting big screen with ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ release

Clayton County International Park’s The Beach will get to shine on the big screen this weekend when “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” opens in movie theaters Friday.

2. 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.

3. Goodman lived up to his name, honored by Forest Park

It is said that the true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do nothing for him in return

4. Police look for two Hispanic males involved in fatal crash in College Park

Clayton County sheriff’s officials said police are looking for two men seen fleeing the scene of a fatality Sunday about 5 p.m.

5. Clayton County inmate faces 87-count indictment

A Jonesboro man being held without bond in the Clayton County Jail on armed robbery was indicted this week on 87 charges related to a string of crimes.

6. Clayton County may be terminus for Atlanta-to-Savannah high-speed rail line

Travelers moving between Savannah and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport could someday zoom through Clayton County.

7. Guilty verdicts in ‘Jack City Boys’ murder case

A Clayton County jury took about 75 minutes to find three defendants in a murder case guilty on all 19 counts Tuesday.

8. 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.

9. 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.

10. AG’s Office orders Forest Park to respond to allegation it violated Open Records Act

The state Attorney General’s Office has ordered Forest Park attorneys to respond to Clayton News Daily’s allegations of noncompliance with the Open Records Act.