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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 City of Jonesboro and the Clayton County Municipal Association welcomed county officials to the Hometown Connection 2015 last week.
Grammy winner Yolanda Adams to Women in Business Council: Focusing on personal journies brings success
Grammy-winning gospel singer and radio show host Yolanda Adams said she believed all journeys to success begin simply.
Get ready to spend your Memorial Day weekend at The Beach in Clayton County.
Artesius Miller told the men about the charter school’s long journey to this point, the final week of its inaugural year open.
We so easily condemn and judge one another based upon on another’s conviction. We make so easy to put down one another, instead of lifting another person up. And in doing so, we are forget, we are the body of Christ.
Joe LaGuardia column
The Airport West Community Improvement District has improved itself with two more skilled employees.
Principal Michael Robinson led the procession of seniors down the back halls of Martha Ellen Stilwell School of the Arts.
School Notebook 5-23-15
Little Ones Learning Center, a quality rated childcare center, will host a Summer Transition Program for tots who need extra help transitioning to kindergarten.
Lovejoy High seniors filled the Georgia Dome adorned in their caps and gowns as they prepared for the Commencement Ceremony.
Pre-K teacher Erma Sims has ensured that her students will be able to count before they reach kindergarten.
The Morrow Fire Department is trying to get a new ambulance this year.
First Presbyterian Church of Jonesboro, 1842 Lake Jodeco Road in Jonesboro, is hosting a rummage and bake sale May 29 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and May 30 from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Forest Park Mayor David Lockhart issues veto that passes budget defeated by majority of council |AUDIO
Mayor David Lockhart issued a veto Thursday that means the city’s believed-defeated budget has technically been adopted.
It’s looking like the county will run the City of Riverdale’s elections this year.
Clayton County Lifestyles
- Utopian Academy gets Hollywood visitors
- Stilwell make history with first graduating class
- Transition program available for rising kindergartners
- Mayor bestows scholarship upon Lovejoy High senior
- Celebrating cultures, Head Start pupils show multi-national colors
- City celebrates with annual Jonesboro Days
- Tukes awarded Fulbright English teaching assistantship to Taiwan
- Officials remind residents of graduation schedules, travel to ceremonies
- Residents speak about BOE budget proposal, employee raises
- Jonesboro great-grandfather taps $20K in 2nd chance promo
- EUGENE ROBINSON: The long shadow of racism
- Gospel on the Green event held Saturday in Riverdale
- 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
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