Clayton County commissioners have been accused of racial discrimination in its search for a new fire department leader, interim fire Chief Dwayne Jackson has confirmed.
Some players have big shoes to fill this season
Most coaches would be content to have players who are not replaceable.
The first full week of the high school football season is in the books.
This is the best time of the year to a lot of us who have the pleasure of living in the South.
Congratulates 2012 Georgia School of Excellence
Students, faculty and staff at Elite Scholars Academy know exactly what it takes to become a school of excellence.
Qualifying has been completed.
Jury selection began Tuesday in the case against three men accused of murder in the April 2012 death of a barber.
Grandstands will be off limits to smokers
Beginning in 2014 Atlanta Motor Speedway is banning smoking in the grandstands for all events.
For people age 70 and above, often a word was a good as a handshake.
School officials are planning asbestos abatement as part of its renovation plans at some area schools in Clayton County.
In 1963, the antebellum plantation opened at Stone Mountain Park, ground was broken for a visitors center at Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park and Forest Park kicked off its Parks and Recreation Department.
Even the public’s business has to take a break for Labor Day.
Lovejoy and Mundy’s Mill opened the 2013 season at Twelve Oaks Stadium before a standing-room only crowd. Several patrons had to be turned away, but those that were lucky enough to get inside the stadium saw fourth-ranked Lovejoy defeat Mundy’s Mill 41-12 in a non-region game between the rivals. It was Lovejoy’s fifth straight win in the rivalry game, that was played for the 10th time on last week. Clayton News Daily sports editor Derrick Mahone and freelance photographer Jason Mussell captured some of the action inside the stadium.
Residents can rent tables, sell items
It’s a story told over and over again through television shows such as “Antiques Roadshow.”
Johnny Travis Collins, Mrs. Iva Jones Parker, Ms. Cheryl Lynn Nelson
The University of Georgia’s Clayton County Extension Office wants residents to get physical this month.