In an unusual move, the Clayton County district attorney wants to hold a woman responsible for the death of a police officer allegedly killed by her husband, who also died in the December shoot-out.
First-year Bulldogs coach starting to put his stamp on program
Mrs. Carlotta Lewis Simpson, 86, of Buford, Ga., passed away Wednesday, May 8, 2013.
It often happens when two strangers meet and take an immediate liking to each other.
There are still opportunities to get tickets to the Morrow Business and Tourism Association’s Kiwanis Concert Under the Stars.
The Clayton County Humane Society is taking a little inspiration from the biblical story of Noah’s Ark for a new store it is opening this weekend.
Don’t underestimate senior citizens' ability to get down with their bad selves.
A cloud was lifted from over Clayton County Commission Chairman Jeff Turner’s head Tuesday.
An embattled member of the city of Morrow’s administration has called it quits.
It is not uncommon for city, county and school board officials to put a limit on how much citizens can speak at local government meetings. However, the elected officials themselves can drone on and on and on, about nothing that really pertains to the deliberative process.
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Questions about Board of Commissioners Chairman Jeff Turner's legal residency and standing to hold office have been settled.
A pedestrian killed trying to cross I-75 early Saturday morning has been identified as a Missouri man, said Clayton County police.
The 27th anniversary of the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run will be observed in Clayton County Monday, said police officials.
Mayor says rumors untrue
n the aftermath of Monday's firing of the city attorneys, rumors abound that other department heads are next.
Todd Cox is turning his lifelong drug addiction sideways with his pursuit of a career as a certified substance abuse counselor.
A serious accident on I-75 near Mount Zion Road brought north bound to traffic to a near standstill early Saturday.
Clayton County Public Schools scored below the state average on the new College and Career Ready Performance Index, according to data from the Georgia Department of Education.
After two days of running prelims and field event finals, only two sprinters and a relay team are left in the county.
During the first two rounds of the Class AAAA boy’s soccer playoffs, Jonesboro has had to make trips to South and Middle Georgia.