Top Clayton County Lifestyles stories
Assembled here are a smattering of pictures from Maria Torres’ time spent at Bonnaroo Music Festival in Tennessee, Disney World and various ballparks in the Southeast.
Morrow had at least five reasons to feel beautiful this week.
Dante Sipp, 21, is looking for a living donor that will save his life
MORROW — Dante Sipp is like many 21-year-olds.
More Clayton County Lifestyles
Now, not anybody can be smiley all the time, but having a positive attitude is nothing to be sneezed at. It has something to do with believing in ourselves and having confidence that God is in control.
Members of the Clayton County Retired Educators Association met Tuesday to kick-off a new year of service to the organization and its charities.
A few dozen young people recently joined Clayton County Public Schools’ Class of 2015.
Du Bois Integrity Academy officials are reporting a “great” start to the 2015-16 school year this week.
Officials: Utopian Academy enters into $3,000-per-month lease with BOE
Utopian Academy for the Arts will spend at least $36,000 on a 12-month lease with the Clayton County Board of Education this school year.
Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity volunteers will join with members of the Trinty Park community in Riverdale Saturday to celebrate the new home journey of Lynn Gandy.
Principal Enika Bryant found one child in her trek down the hallway. He was in tears and complaining about a headache.
Depsite rainy weather, the concert goes on in Riverdale with singer Felicia Franklin-Warner and her band.
School Notebook 8-8-15
Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Ga., has announced Morrow High graduate Wesley Johnson as a recipient of the 2015-16 United Parcel Service Scholarship.
Construction workers kept long hours, toiling on what will be the main campus of Clayton County’s newest charter school.
JONESBORO — “The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland and the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party” theater show is coming to Clayton for one weekend only.
Clayton State receives piece of $12.5 million in AmeriCorps grants statewide.
Custodians have been busily cleaning classrooms at M.D. Roberts Middle.
School Notebook 8-1-15
A few Clayton County residents have received recognition through Georgia State University in Atlanta.
Expansion of JDAI sites will make Georgia safer, help youth
Clayton County Juvenile Court Chief of Staff Colin Slay and Chief Judge Steven Teske have been commissioned to join a statewide steering committee on juvenile justice.