Count driving up a mountain as one of my least favorite experiences.
Republican Senate candidate David Perdue stood before a standing room only crowd in McDonough Thursday night and asked supporters to continue standing behind him.
The two remaining Republicans vying for their party’s nomination for Saxby Chambliss’ soon-to-be-vacated Senate seat feel good about their chances.
I’m about to make another couple of notches on my figurative travel walking stick.
Jonesboro celebrates July 4 with fun run, parade
Hundreds of area residents weren’t about to let the parade pass them by Friday.
A gallery of World War II from the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration.
Forest Park firemen win inaugural Southside Firefighter’s Team Competition
Forest Park firefighters didn’t have to wait to hear their names called as the overall winners of the inaugural Southside Firefighter’s Team Competition Saturday.
Several vintage fire trucks were on display at the Southside Firefighters Team Competition in Morrow Saturday.
Five teams competed in the Southside Firefighters Team Competition in Morrow Saturday.
Residents encouraged to spend time outdoors during national recreation month
“Out” will be “in” at Clayton County parks next month.
So Wimbledon started this week, and I’ve gotta say I’m missing those hallowed grounds.
A little rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of residents who visited Clayton County International Park to experience Caribbean culture Saturday.
Clayton children participate in ‘World’s Largest Swim Lesson’
Clayton County Parks and Recreation participated in the ‘World’s Largest Swim Lesson’ world record attempt last week.
Supporters of mass transit’s return to Clayton County gathered outside the county’s Board of Commissioners office to pray for buses and trains Monday night.
Check out our new photo gallery of area children learning how to swim at the Steve Lundquist Aquatic Center as part of the World’s Largest Swim Lesson.
Check out our photo gallery from the Caribbean Association of Georgia’s fifth annual Atlanta Caribbean Cultural Celebration that was held at Clayton County Intnernational Park Saturday.
Anglers vie for biggest catch at county derby
Riley Braithwaite had never gone fishing before last weekend, but a gift from her godparents opened the door to new adventures.
It’s not too late to sign up for the group’s annual 11th annual Allan Vigil Ford Lincoln Golf Classic.
Arts Clayton camps end with a roar at ‘Jungle Book’ production
Arts Clayton’s summer campers donned their best face paint last Friday for one last bow.
The J. Charley Griswell Senior Center already holds events to commemorate Cajun and Irish cultures, but now it’s heading to the islands.
The Georgia Archives will return to a five-day-a-week operating schedule next month for the first time in several years, the University System of Georgia has announced.
Historical Jonesboro celebrates anniversary with a birthday party
History aficionados gathered in Stately Oaks’ Bethel Schoolhouse Sunday to celebrate one of Clayton County’s oldest structures.
Arts Clayton summer campers swing into second week
Southern Crescent kids are turning into disco-dancing animals in Jonesboro.
Arts Clayton's Kaleidoscope and Young Teen camps reached their midway points Friday.
College football stadium, hotels planned for site
Olde Towne Morrow may be back — with a 30,000-seat college football stadium.
Sometimes I have little faith in the world’s ability to move on.
Jonesboro may not be getting everything it hoped for with a piece of property they are being offered as a gift from the county.
Gov. Nathan Deal is set to make a major economic development announcement concerning Clayton County at the state Capitol next week, his office has announced.
State Art Collection Tour arrives in Jonesboro
Arts Clayton Gallery Manager Teri Williamson got to do something Friday that the public rarely gets to see her do at the gallery.
Arts Clayton’s summer camps begin next week but Camp Administrator Elizabeth Gower said she still has room for a few more kids.
A failed city-owned commercial development in Morrow will become a center of activity again next month for the first time in three and a half years.
Residents of Morrow will find out the financial forecast for their city in a week and a half.
Quilts and Fixins’ annual Dogs and Cats Quilt Sale fundraiser for the Clayton County Humane Society will be held next Saturday.
Officials in Morrow want businesses and developers to know they are still here.
Skylar Harris waded into the kiddie pool at Clayton County International Park with her father Saturday and mostly took in her surroundings.
The Atlanta Audubon Society will host a nature walk at the William H. Reynolds Memorial Nature Preserve today that’s for the birds.
The FIFA World Cup is nearly half a month away but youths from across metro Atlanta will be able to get ready for the international soccer competition by learning about a unique variation on the sport.
The re-opening of The BEACH in pictures
A picture page of the re-opening of The BEACH.
One of the performances of The Front Porch Players’ production of “The Miracle Worker” will experience a slight time shift, the acting troupe has announced.
Clayton County Head Start holds annual International Day celebration
Clayton County Head Start held its annual International Day celebration Friday.
City will replace old Clayton Center building with green space
The shell of a burned out county-owned building in Jonesboro that has been vacant and boarded up for three and a half years may soon be gone with the bulldozer.
After nearly two years, The Beach at Clayton County International Park is ready to re-open.
Jonesboro places crosses on Main Street to honor servicemen and women
Two dozen crosses with American flags attached stand along Main Street in Jonesboro in honor of war veterans.
Famed deaf and blind teacher Helen Keller will come to Clayton County next week.
A Clayton County Board of Education candidate claims voting machine errors cost him a chance to unseat school board Vice-Chairwoman Alieka Anderson this week.
MARTA referendum probable for general election
The primary election and the SPLOST referendum are behind us, but Clayton County must prepare for what is to come in November.
Singleton may still face independent in November
Clayton County voters appeared to favor stability in county leadership Tuesday as Commissioners Sonna Singleton and Michael Edmondson won their primary elections.
General fund operations total $23.1 million
The City of Forest Park’s budget will increase by $756,945 in fiscal year 2015 as its police department takes on new duties, the city’s top finance official said.
Clayton County appearred to support a proposed $272 Special Purpose Local Option Sales designed, in part, to inject cash into struggling Southern Regional Medical Center Tuesday.
Perdue, Kingston neck and neck in U.S. Senate race
Gov. Nathan Deal cruised to the Republican nomination to keep his office while a hotly contested Republican U.S. Senate race was in a dead heat between Jack Kingston and David Perdue.