Local man pursues his lifelong passion of building cars
HAMPTON — When Jerry Givens started up his hot rod, the car rocked from left to right from the power of the 500 horse power engine he put in it.
Jimmy Deen, of Albany, tells The Albany Herald the national media has begun to hound him and his family.
Pat Sebo’s phone has been ringing constantly with calls from Jonesboro residents wanting answers from her.
The 20th anniversary of the Kaleidoscope Summer Art Camp was celebrated Friday before the finale performance was given by this year’s crop of campers.
Is the Gerald Matthews Complex America’s favorite park?
Collapsing building houses county museum
Historical Jonesboro/Clayton County Inc. officials are afraid the county’s history will end up buried under a pile of rubble if donors don’t step forward to save it.
The proposed Jonesboro Lions Club got off to a modest start Thursday with fewer than a handful of residents attending an interest meeting, but officials said that is not a bad thing.
The owners of El Noa Noa Sur could have opened a Mexican restaurant on Tara Boulevard three months ago but they didn’t want it to be overkill.
The Kaleidoscope and Young Teen camps are at their halfway point and participants are busy preparing for their respective finales.
Jonesboro’s second annual concert impresses attendees
Baatin Muhammad had to wait a year but he finally got to perform at Jonesboro’s Jazz Under the Stars concert Friday.
"Steel Magnolias" will be performed June 14-15 and 21-23 at First Presbyterian Church of Jonesboro, 1842 Lake Jodeco Road.
If we have as much power in the Holy Spirit as we Christians say we do, then chronic complaining should be among the last things on our to-do list.
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.