Jonesboro wins Class AAAA basketball title
Before his team took to the court at the Macon Coliseum on Thursday night, Jonesboro High boy’s basketball coach Dan Maehlman made one finally plea.
A Walk for Life to benefit Pregnancy Care Center of Jonesboro is set for March 29 from First Baptist Church.
State Rep. Mike Glanton (District 75) is holding a Healthcare Marketplace Enrollment event in collaboration with Clayton County Public Schools.
JONESBORO — There’s two ways to look at the time change this weekend.
A Clayton County grand jury indicted a woman for murder and other felonies in the beating death of her daughter in 2012.
A consulting group that studied the feasibility of a community theatre in Morrow has recommended city leaders move forward with the concept, the city’s top tourism official announced this week.
Clayton County voters will have their hands full when they go to the polls to chose their elected leaders in the May 20 primary.
Visitors to the U.S. Capitol will be looking at a budding Clayton County artist’s work for the next year.
Jonesboro defeats Columbia for Class AAAA title
Junior Tracy Hector scored a game-high 19 points to lead Jonesboro to the Class AAAA title on Thursday with a 56-51 win against Columbia at the Macon Coliseum.
Scholars digging through public, commercial and family archives are unearthing facts and stories that have long been swept under the rug. Hollywood’s recognition of “12 Years a Slave” announces an uncomfortable truth: Slavery’s story is America’s story.
Roland R. Bailey, Mr. David Eason Haynie
It has been a week of receiving accolades for Clayton State forward Shacamra Jackson.
The March Madness for Clayton State will begin over Thursday in the Peach Belt Conference tournament.
State Sen. Valencia Seay (D-Riverdale) may represent an urban district, but she’s pushing to get the spotlight shone on Georgia’s rural communities.
Spivey Hall Children’s Choir reached another significant milestone this week.
Students above national norm in language, literacy, math
State officials are boasting a recently released report by national experts in early childhood education and care concludes that Georgia’s Pre-K Program significantly improves school readiness skills in language, literacy and math.
A Forest Park man with a history of child sex offenses has been indicted on new charges, according to Clayton County Superior Court records.
Nearly 20 years after an Atlanta police detective was shot to death by his wife and dumped in a South Carolina lake, a popular true crime network is re-visiting the crime.
An Ellenwood man who admitted to stealing more than $1 million from Woodruff Arts Center while serving as the facilities director was sentenced to two years, six months in a federal prison.
A Stockbridge woman was sentenced to 10 years in prison after her conviction on Medicaid fraud and theft charges involving more than $200,000.