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.
Thursday afternoon thousands of parents and students turned out to schools throughout Clayton County as part of the annual back-to-school open house event.
Southern Crescent senior citizens will party like its 2006 next week as the J. Charley Griswell Senior Center turns 7.
New exhibit to be unveiled Labor Day weekend
JONESBORO — The Yankees will return to Jonesboro in September.
Clayton State freshmen arrive on campus
The bright-eyed freshmen dodged the pellets of rain en route to their new lives in Clayton State University’s residence halls.
JONESBORO — Cliff Clark is starting Christmas early this year.
JONESBORO — What’s cool about going back to school? The chance to update school year wardrobe at up to 70 percent off original retail with great, on-trend looks from favorite brands at the Plato’s Closet location in Jonesboro.
Death has come to Stately Oaks Plantation.
Arts Clayton opens exhibit of vintage movie posters
Arts Clayton Executive Director Linda Summerlin was a bit modest about people seeing the naked “man” standing in the middle of her organization’s gallery Wednesday.
Members of the Crochet Club in Clayton County have been busy making more than 100 pairs of baby booties for a local pregnancy center.
Good Shepherd Clinic to serve tomato sandwiches Saturday
A tomato faced the knife at the Good Shepherd Clinic as Dr. Charles Johnson tried to determine what was wrong with it.
RIVERDALE — Cortney Dunmyer was surfing the web last November looking for a wedding dress when she came across a link to apply to be on The Learning Channel’s Say Yes to the Dress television show.
Community theater in Morrow may be looked into with tax dollars, but it will be the city’s visitors — not its residents — footing the bill, said he town’s top tourism official.