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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.
Vince Lombardi is still regarded as the greatest football coach in NFL history over 40 years after his death.
JONESBORO — There’s two ways to look at the time change this weekend.
There’s three truths that I’d like to focus on in this week’s column.
New store brings 30 jobs to area
FOREST PARK — Celebrations got off to a busy start at the new Roses Express in Forest Park Friday.
Deadline for the Affordable Care Act is March 31
McDONOUGH — The deadline to enroll in the Affordable Care Act is fast approaching.
I think too many Americans live by this philosophy today and seem to think that since we live in a free country, this means we can do anything we please.
STOCKBRIDGE – Piedmont Henry Hospital and the American Red Cross will hold a blood drive March 14 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the hospital’s Foundation Education Center, Classrooms A.
Annual pumpkin sale helps fund event at Jonesboro First United Methodist Church
JONESBORO — As a result of Jonesboro First United Methodist Church’s annual pumpkin sale, the group was able to purchase and bag food for people in need.
With every day that goes by, I realize that all of us, including you and me, are broken in some way.
ATLANTA — For the next few weeks the universe will be just next door for Southern Crescent residents.
A list of happenings around the Clayton County faith community
JONESBORO — How do you make 10,000 meals with a pumpkin?
Hundreds of Sand Hill Cranes landed at the Huie Holding Ponds recently. The rarely seen cranes are migrating north from Florida. (Staff Photos: Heather Middleton)
The invitations for this year’s Arte Gras may have gotten to their intended destinations a little later than normal this year, but Arts Clayton Executive Director Linda Summerlin said partons can thank “Old Man Winter” for that.
Clayton County Lifestyles
- For the kids
- Stately Oaks to receive long awaited ‘National Register’ plaque
- Seniors shuffle to Mardi Gras beat
- Moonshine and Magnolias revival planned for this weekend
- Ellen's Oscar 'selfie' crashes Twitter, breaks record
- OSCAR WRAPUP: '12 Years A Slave' makes history with best picture
- Pale metallics, bold jewel tones dominate Oscars Red Carpet
- Paula Deen continues comeback
- Love of the game
- Winter weather hits, schools closed
- 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
- AROUND CLAYTON: 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