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The Clayton County Marriage and Family Initiative, Inc., held its annual "Marriage & Family Day," on Thursday evening, and Larry Criss and his family were sitting on their lawn chairs, enjoying the festivities.
Four Clayton County charitable organizations were recognized for their work in the community, and received $5,000 grants, each, from the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta's Clayton Fund.
The 20th anniversary of the Kaleidoscope Summer Art Camp was celebrated Friday before the finale performance was given by this year’s crop of campers.
Is the Gerald Matthews Complex America’s favorite park?
Collapsing building houses county museum
Historical Jonesboro/Clayton County Inc. officials are afraid the county’s history will end up buried under a pile of rubble if donors don’t step forward to save it.
The curtain will rise on six women playing gals from northeast Louisiana this weekend.
As the featured exhibitor, Friday was Dale Niles’ night to shine at the Arts Clayton Gallery but one of automobile artist Tony Monroy’s creations stole a bit of her thunder.
Louise Blalock turned around and her jaw dropped when she saw what Jonesboro City Councilman Clarence Mann was carrying in his hands Monday.
Jonesboro residents have seemingly a million different ideas for what Lee Street Park should become.
The proposed Jonesboro Lions Club got off to a modest start Thursday with fewer than a handful of residents attending an interest meeting, but officials said that is not a bad thing.
The owners of El Noa Noa Sur could have opened a Mexican restaurant on Tara Boulevard three months ago but they didn’t want it to be overkill.
The Kaleidoscope and Young Teen camps are at their halfway point and participants are busy preparing for their respective finales.
It appears Mother Nature is finally ready to cooperate with the Clayton County Humane Society.
Five groups whose names may be familiar to Clayton County residents received grants to fund their work for the community Wednesday.
Jonesboro’s second annual concert impresses attendees
Baatin Muhammad had to wait a year but he finally got to perform at Jonesboro’s Jazz Under the Stars concert Friday.
The Jonesboro City Council appeared ready to enact some form of a ban on smoking on city property this week, but what that prohibition will look like remains to be seen.
"Steel Magnolias" will be performed June 14-15 and 21-23 at First Presbyterian Church of Jonesboro, 1842 Lake Jodeco Road.
- Farmers market to bloom again in Jonesboro 1 comment
- Kaleidoscope camp remains colorful after 20 years
- County park up for national title 1 comment
- Donations needed to save 144-year old jail 1 comment
- Jonesboro Lions Club starting as a cub
- Cuban restaurant adding new flavor to Clayton
- Creative juices flowing at arts camps
- Jazz under the stars
- Women take center stage in ‘Steel Magnolias’ 1 comment
- Christians, cut the complaining - Gabriel Stovall
- CLAYTON CHURCH BULLETIN/Sept. 26, 2012
- HENRY CHURCH BULLETIN/Sept. 6, 2012: Fish fry Saturday at Bethel United Methodist
- AROUND CLAYTON/Sept. 6, 2012: Rotary club meets
- CLAYTON CHURCH BULLETIN/Sept. 6, 2012: Anniversary celebration on tap
- CLAYTON CHURCH BULLETIN/Aug. 24, 2012: Forest Park church hosts VIP ministries
- AROUND CLAYTON/Aug. 17, 2012: Last day for immunizations
- CLAYTON CHURCH BULLETIN/Aug. 16, 2012: Jazz Festival in Hampton coming up
- Holy Cross church moves
- AROUND CLAYTON: July 20, 2012
- CLAYTON CHURCH BULLETIN: July 20, 2012
People Helping People
- Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity bowls for funds
- Motorcycle fundraiser for special needs baseball field
- Muscular dystrophy benefit Saturday at Sharon Baptist
- Neighbors watching neighbors 1 comment
- Congressman’s scholarship recipients include Clayton, Henry pupils
- Chick-fil-A taking last-minute Back to School donations
- ‘Knowing Your Community’ 1 comment
- Man supported charity with money ... and bikes
- Braves host mammoth blood drive July 23
- Seniors can beat the heat with free wind and water