The young cadets aggressively broke up soil and tore weeds from the raised beds at the HOPE Park Community Garden.
The successful “weekend warrior” tends to do their homework, watching multiple YouTube videos, pricing out costs, weighing all options and then methodically implementing a well thought out course of action.
McDONOUGH — With the promise of chocolate milk and Oreo cookies, more than dozen piglets take to the race track at Southern Belle Farm’s Oinker Stadium.
McDONOUGH — The sound of feet striking the pavement and motorcycle engines roaring to life broke the early morning silence Saturday as men and women united in honor of Georgia’s wounded heroes.
Patrons have nearly limitless options with a Clayton County library card
JONESBORO — A library card is for more than just checking out books these days.
Bodies painted in a display of art
Many of our library patrons “geek” tattoos.
Clayton officials urge preparedness for severe weather
This week brought the arrival of National Preparedness Week, which is dedicated to educating people about the importance of being ready in the event of severe and unpredictable weather.
Mother-daughter duo are looking to provide fresh new socks to hospitalized children and nursing home seniors.
The City of Lovejoy recently dedicated a $6,500 monument to honor service men and women. It sits in a small plot downtown between Mayor’s Park and the community center.
Geocaching offers high-tech treasure hunting
When Jimmy Kelly unwrapped a Christmas present in 2003 from his wife, he wasn’t really sure why she’d bought it for him.
JONESBORO - Members of the community turned out to welcome new Clayton County Library Director Rosalind Lett.
Jeff Eady has a secret which isn’t widely known in Morrow outside of its government.
Clayton County Public Schools kicks off its first day of classes for an estimated 52,000 students.
Riverdale High School senior Clarke Martin recently completed training in the Flight Line Academy, sponsored by the Organization of Black Airline Professionals.
School nutrition workers Corinthia Alston and Sabrina Howard busily prepared the salads — 50 of them spread out over a large stainless steel table.