Members of the legal community gathered in the Clayton County Juvenile Justice Center recently for the annual celebration of Law Day.
Historians, genealogists and academians let out a sigh of relief Monday.
Although Clayton County officials are negotiating a truce with concessionaires at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, state Rep. Demetrius Douglas (D-Stockbridge) warned constituents Thursday to remain vigilant.
When Carol Hunstein ran for DeKalb County Superior Court judge in 1984, her opponent thought so little of a woman winning that he took a vacation while she campaigned.
Son, his girlfriend also arrested in raid
Clayton County police arrested an elderly woman Thursday and charged her and two others with trafficking methamphetamine after reportedly finding about a pound of the drug in her house.
Jury selection is due to begin Monday in the trial of a Newnan man charged with murder in the January 2012 death of his toddler son.
JONESBORO — Do you know what carotenoids and flavonoids are?
Gov. Nathan Deal is expected to make the much anticipated transfer of the Georgia Archives to the University System of Georgia official next week, Clayton News Daily has learned.
An older brother of five-time world heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield was indicted in Clayton County Superior Court Wednesday on charges he helped orchestrate an investment scheme.
Questions abound over ownership, cost
A wrought-iron fence erected earlier this week around a community garden in Morrow is raising questions about who actually owns the garden and how much it cost.
State employees work hard for the benefit of Georgians.
A Riverdale man was indicted Wednesday for allegedly bilking the state out of $8,250 in unemployment benefits while holding a job.
Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Carol Hunstein will be part of today's annual observance of National Law Day in Jonesboro.
Case expected to be set for trial
The Georgia Court of Appeals Tuesday threw out the state's appeal of five indicted counts dropped by a Clayton County Superior Court judge in the case against Sheriff Victor Hill.
Local crafter helps puts handmade back in style
JONESBORO — Fabric, sewing machines, buttons and scissors — these are a few of Eula Wilson’s favorite things.