Clayton County restaurant health scores for the week of June 27, 2015
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My three-year-old daughter, Joy, was reciting the Pledge to the Bible the other day, as we were driving home. And while I was amazed and having a proud mama moment in the fact that she even knows what the Pledge to the Bible is, much less able to say and plainly say “pledge allegiance”, I was reminded of this great verse: “… the one who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world. (1 John 4:4)
WARWICK, England — When it comes to debates the Oxford Union, which bills itself as the “world’s most prestigious debating society,” remains the gold standard.
From childhood to today I’ve watched, among others, movies with heartwarming moments. “Lassie! You made it!,” “It’s just what I wanted!,” “Mom, Dad! I’ll never run away again.”
Overlooked athletes earn college scholarships through recruiting organization
“When you have extremely talented kids, it’s just a matter of getting someone to take a look,” Pro Movement founder Jarrett Christian said.
In the eight-week course, students within the community from age 11 to 17 took classes on topics including drug and alchol awareness, gang awareness, making good choices, traffic safety, crime scene investigation and police interaction.
JONESBORO — The Georgia Division of Family and Children Services has launched the Kinship Care Program in direct response to the increasing number of grandparents, relatives, and other caregivers who have assumed responsibility for raising another relative’s child.
Clayton State receives piece of $12.5 million in AmeriCorps grants statewide.
Members to convene Monday
School board members may decide whether to move forward in a potential partnership with Communities in Schools of Atlanta.
School officials said Saturday morning that nearly 5,400 wire transfers were made in efforts to pay system employees.
Officials having increasingly emphasized health as a means to help improve student outcomes at local schools.
School officials are early in the process of determining new school attendance zones in Clayton County.
First lady meets new Riverdale mother
FAYETTEVILLE — A mother of four and a grandmother to six, first lady Sandra Deal has a big heart for children.
Chief Register: No one hurt
Man in custody after standoff with police, faces charges. Chief Mike Register says no one was hurt.