Rather than sending people to Washington in the vain hope the capital can be run like a state, Mike Pence says Washington should look to states “where there is innovation in health care, education, balanced budgets and taxes” and follow their lead.
If the preseason polls are right, then Clayton State women’s team should remain among Div. II elite teams this season.
Jonesboro volleyball trio named to all-area 4-AAAA team
Three Jonesboro volleyball players were named to the All-Area 4-AAAA team, which was released earlier this week.
For some teams, it’s already about building for next year, and getting ready for basketball season.
Clayton State coach Gareth O’Sullivan isn’t totally shocked about the results from his team’s last two matches.
Former Riverdale DB Smith has NFL dreams
Hakeem Smith entered the season with some high expectations, and the former Riverdale High standout certainly hasn’t disappointed for the No. 18-ranked Louisville defense.
Southern Crescent residents got a lesson in giving while watching beautiful people strut up and down a catwalk Sunday.
JONESBORO — Lindiwe Ngubeni was initially upset that her students missed the last part of their science lab in order to attend an assembly in the school gymnasium.
Clayton County Humane Society officials may have been singing The O’Jays iconic ode to the almighty dollar, “For The Love of Money,” after counting up the proceeds from their fall yard sale fundraiser.
Sophia Loren once reputedly said “Everything you see, I owe to spaghetti.”
A couple of months ago, my teenage niece texted me “Guess what?” As she was nearly 17, it could have been anything — a new zit, a boy smiled at her, a girl said something about her behind her back. So I texted back, “What?”
Letter to the Editor
There will be a bearcat at Thursday’s annual Open House at Clayton County Police Department but there’s no need for alarm.
Voters will cast ballots at the recreation center Nov. 5 for mayor and two council seats from a field of 11 candidates.
Soon to be ex-city manager will become Forest Park’s public works director
Jeff Eady resigned Tuesday after a 30-year career with the City of Morrow.
Commissioner Edmondson should reconsider
As we have said repeatedly, and will repeat again and again in the future, government belongs to the governed and not the governing, and most certainly not to bureaucrats.