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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.
A tree may have grown in Brooklyn, as the old story goes, but a bunch of trees are about to grow in Morrow.
Clayton County residents are being encouraged to get their geek on with an encyclopedia.
Lake City Mayor Willie Oswalt and other city leaders are asking residents to clean out their homes of all of the dust-collecting papers, appliances, empty boxes and other junk they don’t need anymore.
Ted Key Pavilion to be dedicated
The Clayton County Native American Heritage Day celebration will take place next weekend, but for the first time it won’t have its founder to help participate in the festivities.
A small group of volunteers literally had Jonesboro’s trash in the bag Saturday morning.
Clayton County’s new movie sound stage in Lake City will make its big screen debut this weekend but audiences won’t recognize it as a former grocery store.
An army of Jonesboro residents will fight to vanquish trash from their town’s main thoroughfare Saturday.
HAMPTON — “Eat my dust” took on a new meaning Saturday as color wafted behind The Color Run runners passing through the various color stations.
The Clayton County Humane Society’s yard sales are some of the biggest fundraisers the animal adoption group holds every year, but next month’s sale may not be as successful if items aren’t donated.
Are Clayton County schools safe?
Jonesboro youth Kaylin Dorjee stayed in her stroller Saturday, looking around as she took in the spectacle of nature around her at William H. Reynolds Memorial Nature Preserve.
It’s spring and while the flowers are showing signs of life as they blossom in a symphony of color, Southern Regional Medical Center officials want residents to check for signs of healthy living.
Lovejoy High School student Jabree Tyson sat on a bench in one of the South Clayton Recreation Center’s two gyms during a break from a game of pick-up basketball with his friends Saturday.
Nathan Tran tightly clutched a bag filled with dozens of plastic eggs as he walked across an activity field at the Gerald Matthews Soccer Complex Saturday.
RIVERDALE — The City of Riverdale, Mayor and Council and the Department of Cultural Affairs present a retrospect of works by Raymond B. Cody.
- Firemen help send kids to arts camp
- New 24-hour gym working out for southside 1 comment
- Lake City centurion gets her own day
- Airport’s White named Clayton’s top business woman
- Flourishing business is a family affair
- A century of memories 2 comments
- Seniors show off dance moves at Mayfest 4 comments
- Houses show the love for birds, sports
- National Archives opens presidential education exhibit
- One stitch at a time
- 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