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New bachelor’s degree program to be offered at Gordon State

Gordon State College recently announced a new four-year degree program in management and administration.

Tips to avoid getting clipped by fraudulent online coupons

JONESBORO — Everyone likes to save a little money and coupons are a popular way to do it.

BBB warns quack products prey on Ebola fears

JONESBORO — News about the spread of the deadly Ebola virus is frightening. Even as residents hearts go out to victims, many worry: Where else will it strike? Could we or loved ones contract Ebola?

2014 ACT results: Georgia a leading state in Southeast

State education officials are reporting that the 2014 ACT results show Georgia at the top of the pack among Southeastern states.

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Wetlands Center hosting Atlanta Audubon Society birding walks

MORROW — Many local residents might be surprised to know that the Clayton County Water Authority’s forests, wetlands, reservoirs and wastewater holding ponds provide habitats known by birders throughout the United States as the best birding site in the metro Atlanta area for a combination of songbirds, raptors, shorebirds and waterfowl, CCWA officials said.

Kaiser Permanente to host health fair Saturday

Kaiser Permanente Southwood Comprehensive Medical Center will host a health fair for members and non-members Saturday.

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Garth Brooks breaks Philips Arena performance record with seven consecutive shows

Garth Brooks announced two additional performances on his World Tour at Philips Arena, bringing the total up to seven shows in Atlanta.

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Atlanta Motor Speedway names facility for Parkview grad Marcy Scott

Marcy Scott was the Atlanta Motor Speedway’s director of marketing and promotions until her passing last year after a long battle with cancer

Georgia Power issues statewide 'scam' warning for customers

JONESBORO — Georgia Power continues to receive reports from customers of “scam artists” attempting to defraud both business and residential customers by posing as Georgia Power employees.

Clayton school board honors national CTAE winners

The Clayton County Board of Education recognized 16 students who earned top honors in national competitions this summer.

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