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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.
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REX — The Old Town Rex Community is hosting a Christmas bazaar and parade Dec. 13 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Veteran pupil transportation leader John Lyles will be joining Education Logistics Inc. as the vice president of business development and sales.
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Avion Bell of Morrow was recently initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at Columbus State University.
The annual Christmas party is set for Dec. 17 in downtown Lovejoy.
Expresses multiple concerns in letter to commissioners
Clayton County police Chief Greg Porter is accusing county Commission Chairman Jeff Turner of micromanagement, according to documents obtained by the Clayton News Daily.
Morrow celebrates holidays despite weather, controversy
Neither political controversy nor inclement weather could keep Morrow residents from celebrating the holidays together this weekend.
Grant to fund robotics, STEM program
Students at six middle schools across Clayton County soon will be competing in the First Lego League with support from Verizon. The district has been awarded a $20,000 Verizon Innovate Learning Grant.
Bill Hall found the room of retired educators in stitches, surprised by his softened appearance.
Riverdale’s city manager now has one less assistant.
The City of Jonesboro hosted its 20th Annual Christmas Parade Saturday.
In a lot of ways, this is a hard column to write because it’s difficult, if not impossible, for people regardless of their race, gender, socio-economic status, political or religious affiliation to see beyond the lens of their own worldview.
NAACP officials announced Saturday that disgraced former Clayton County Senior Services Director Mary Byrd will be this year’s Presidential Freedom Award honoree.
There were 13 restaurants evaluated in Clayton County from Dec. 1-5.
The NAACP will help to lead an informational forum for any residents concerned about pollution in the Gillem area.
Clayton County Lifestyles
- Detrick Stanford named 2014 GRPA Distinguished Professional of the Year
- Award-winning Junior Beta Club hosts toy drive
- Front Porch Players gearing up for third season
- A sailor surprises his mom at Clayton State commencement
- Clayton News readers asked which 'Christmas Story' line they like | POLL
- New Central Service director excited about working with Clayton County
- Elvis wins Clayton News’ ‘What is your favorite Christmas song?’ web contest
- Families treated to The Douglas Brothers Foundation holiday festival
- First Lego League super regionals at Clayton State Jan 10
- Arnold Elementary students write letters to Santa Claus
- 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