Another target for economic growth is the energy sector. Because of the natural gas boom, the United States may soon be the largest producer of hydrocarbons in the world. Intelligent rulemaking can ensure that as the industry expands, parallel industries dedicated to safety, cleanup and alternative fuels grow with it.
Clayton State proves rankings right
MORROW — A day after it cracked into the women’s soccer rankings, Clayton State continued its hot streak in the regular season finale against Georgia Southwestern.
JONESBORO — When Mundy’s Mill coach Greg Manior looks at his team’s improvement during the Tigers’ current three-game win streak, he is quick to point to the defense.
No coach ever wants to see his starting quarterback go down with an injury, but if happens, he definitely want a solid backup.
RIVERDALE — It was hard to image a few weeks ago that tonight’s Jonesboro and Riverdale match-up would have any bearing on the Region 4-AAAA, Div. B standings.
Animal lovers will have a chance to rescue dogs and cats from possible death this weekend.
President says tour demands increasing
Historical Jonesboro/Clayton County Inc. is expecting a big year for Stately Oaks tours in 2014, but the group’s president says that means more docents are needed.
Three people convicted in the June 15, 2012, armed robbery of Joe’s Crab Shack face life in prison plus 300 years when they return to court for sentencing Nov. 15, said prosecutors.
Several upcoming events are on tap for the city of Lovejoy.
Clayton County Commission Chairman Jeff Turner said the life of Tuskegee Airman Brew Graham will be honored Friday night with the free airing of “Red Tails,” complete with popcorn.
This year’s municipal election in Morrow will decide more than who fills two open council seats.
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Church Street home a frightful sight for Halloween
JONESBORO — B.J. Burrell never shies away from turning her Jonesboro home into a big, scary sight when the goblins, ghouls and gremlins run wild at Halloween.
Clayton County’s new chief magistrate judge will be sworn in to office Friday morning.
Forest Park, Morrow expected to join soon
The proposed TriCity opportunity zone got its first formal show of support Thursday when the Lake City’s city council voted to be a part of the large-scale economic development project.
As a two-time breast cancer survivor, Memphis native Toni Bell said she knew she had to take action to help others avoid getting the disease or learn how to cope if they do.
Newspaper seeks settlement agreement
Forest Park officials have refused to comply with Georgia’s Open Records Act by denying Clayton News Daily’s request for documents detailing a $35,000 settlement with a former councilwoman.
Southern Regional Medical Center participating in Donate Life America organ donor float for Tournament of Roses Parade
Hospital participating in Rose Parade donation float
Southern Regional Medical Center will have a tiny presence in the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Cali., but it’s unlikely it will be seen by most people.