Four children will get the opportunity to learn artistic skills this summer because of a financial donation made by Clayton County firefighters.
Nekisha Dickerson gave her personal trainer, Don Wisby, an exasperated look Friday when he jokingly asked her to do another set of leg raises at the end of their first training session at Workout Anytime Fitness.
Woodrow Wilson had only been president of the United States for two months when Hazel Dorminy was born. The “Great War” hadn’t begun and people were still living in the Edwardian era.
Myrna White began to get teary-eyed when she realized her name was about to be called.
McDONOUGH — Clayton County firefighter Ben Brown was browsing in a local shop when he saw a chandelier he liked.
Louisa Blalock celebrates her 100th birthday
JONESBORO — Louisa Blalock has been a part of Joneboro history for the last century.
Don’t underestimate senior citizens' ability to get down with their bad selves.
STOCKBRIDGE — For the last three years, Lawrence Murphey has been perfecting the art of building bird houses. He can build one in about 15 minutes.
A Dec. 6, 1930, report card shows President John F. Kennedy committed an unofficial cardinal sin for pre-Vatican II Catholics when he was a student at the Canterbury School in New Milford, Conn.
Local crafter helps puts handmade back in style
JONESBORO — Fabric, sewing machines, buttons and scissors — these are a few of Eula Wilson’s favorite things.
JONESBORO - As owner of The Country Store in Jonesboro, Debbie Wade knows a thing or two about fresh fruits and vegetables.
Arts Clayton hosting exhibit that mixes art, history
The quilts of Gee’s Bend, Ala., hang in art museums and galleries but their roots grew from necessity.
RIVERDALE — The City of Riverdale, Mayor and Council and the Department of Cultural Affairs present a retrospect of works by Raymond B. Cody.
JONESBORO — Equipped with strong academic skills, Da Famous Boyzz will serve as peer mentors for Point South Middle School’s CRCT rally, Friday, April 5, at 10 a.m.
RIVERDALE — It wasn’t just Good Friday for Riverdale City Manager Iris Jessie, but it was rather goodbye, as she gave her final farewells to all her colleagues and friends on a sunny afternoon.