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Deal launches juvenile justice committee

Expansion of JDAI sites will make Georgia safer, help youth

Clayton County Juvenile Court Chief of Staff Colin Slay and Chief Judge Steven Teske have been commissioned to join a statewide steering committee on juvenile justice.

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Annual walk-a-thon benefit puts people first | PHOTOS

Annual walk-a-thon benefits People First, an organization that raises money to pay for free social activities for the special needs community in the Southern Crescent, including Clayton, Henry and Butts counties.

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Get out of town

Readers share vacation photos

Clayton News and Henry Herald readers share their vacation photos with their communities. Do you have photos to share? Email them to Editor Kathy Jefcoats at School may start next week but it’s never too late to share the photos of your favorite getaway. Thank you to all the readers who contributed their photos.

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Food Well Alliance launches collaborative initiative to revive metro Atlanta, Clayton County soil

ATLANTA – For the first time in Atlanta, a local food collaboration has formed to help community gardeners build healthier soil through a new Healthy Soil, Healthy Community initiative.

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Kroger recalls four seasonings due to possible health risk

Kroger is recalling four seasonings because they may be contaminated with Salmonella.

USDA recalls tained veal sold in Georgia

The USDA has announced another meat recall because of possible E. coli contamination.

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Widow of Chick-fil-A founder Cathy dies | PHOTOS

Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy’s widow died Wednesday night, company officials announced.

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CNN report to discuss sex trafficking tonight in special report

McDONOUGH — A CNN Special Report about sex trafficking in the United States will air today at 9 p.m.

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Humbly Serving Ministries hosting benefit fundraiser for family who lost two children in car accident

McDONOUGH — Humbly Serving Ministries is hosting a benefit fundraiser for the White family.

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Harlem Globetrotters Corporate offices moving from Phoenix to Atlanta

ATLANTA — Herschend Enterprises which purchased the World Famous Harlem Globetrotters in October 2013, announced it will relocate the team’s corporate headquarters from Phoenix to metro Atlanta.

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