Chiaza Nwadike didn’t set out to make history when he made his college choice, it just happened to work out that way.
Perhaps if America had a successful track record in the Middle East, President Obama’s appeal for a “limited” attack on Syria might carry more weight. But because our attention span in the region increasingly resembles that of a fidgety 4-year-old, an examination of recent history is in order
A dozen years ago today, 403 New York City firefighters, paramedics, police and Port Authority officers died with thousands of others when terrorist-manned jets slammed into the twin World Trade Center towers.
There will likely be no change in the tax situation business owners face inside the Jonesboro city limits this year.
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Area teams continue to tune-up for their upcoming region and subregion schedule this week with a host of non-region games.
It was the kind of scene Norma Desmond would have lapped up.
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Forest Park honors 50 years of leisure activities
There’s nothing like a play sword fight between a little boy and his grandpa and the thrill is only heightened when the weapons were created from balloons by a clown.
The Clayton County Board of Education will move forward in contracting with architectural design firms at a cost of about $10 million.
Clayton County residents will have an opportunity this week to learn about health care changes that are just a few weeks away.
Prosecution rests its case Tuesday
Clayton County Superior Court Judge Albert Collier denied a defense motion for a mistrial Monday after a detective slipped and identified a defendant’s photo as his mugshot.
Forest Park celebrated the 50th anniversary of its park and recreation services Saturday with a big blowout at Starr Park.
College students brought fun, food and frivolity to a senior living facility Saturday as old and young alike celebrated National Second Wind Dreams Day.
The confidence that the Forest Park football players now speak with happened long before Friday’s homecoming win over Morrow.
On Friday, Taylor Townsend was just you typical 17-year-old high school student.