The first Friday of Fall will be the see some of the final tune-up games for many teams in the area.
A telling quote gave an indication of how our youth are ensnared while growing up with the rebranding of marijuana as a soft or harmless drug.
City also buying $13,000 public works vehicle
It will be the same old, same old for Jonesboro’s property tax rate this year.
A report released by the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute lists Clayton County Public Schools among the districts who can least afford continued state funding cuts.
Despite the fact I can’t carry a tune in a high-tech bucket or play an instrument, music has always played a huge role in my life.
Clayton County Public Schools officials are investigating an incident that involved a male student hitting his head against a “concrete block” wall.
Veterans recognized for patriotism, sacrifice
State Sen. Ed Harbison (D-Columbus) still remembers the advice he received as a young Marine returning to the U.S. after a tour of duty in Vietnam.
There will be a couple new faces on the Clayton State women’s basketball team sidelines this season.
Pregnancy Care Center receives 200 booties from club
It was during the point of the season that Jonesboro was dealing with some adversity that the volleyball team begin to come together.
Lovejoy receiver has a blossoming model career
If football doesn’t work out, Preston Williams always has his modeling career to fall back on.
There is an old English proverb, reputedly crafted by Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century, that says “all good things must come to an end.”
Event aims to stop domestic violence
Young women experience domestic violence at a higher rate than other age groups, although the reason is unclear.
Collections down 50 percent this fall
There is a problem that could derail the Clayton County Humane Society’s fall yard sale — donations have so far been down by 50 percent.
Road closings announced for MARTA drill
Mrs. Louise Brown
McDONOUGH — Georgia drivers could see gas prices drop another five to 10 cents through September and possibly into October.
Last week’s middle school football action featured a battle of undefeateds, as M.D. Roberts took on Kendrick in a key game at Tara Stadium. Roberts escaped with an 8-0 win to remain undefeated and in contention for a top seed in next month’s playoffs. The Kendrick Comets are looking to get back in the playoffs after missing it for the first time in eight seasons. Kendrick had a potential game-tying touchdown called back in the first quarter on a holding penalty. Staff writer Derrick Mahone was at the contest to capture images of the game.
Morrow Mayor Joseph “J.B.” Burke sticks his hand in a pot during a cooking demonstration Sept. 14 at the Morrow Tourist Center’s weekly Morrow Market Days.