Display is part of school district partnership with the Atlanta-based museum
Works of art from Clayton County Public Schools are on display at the High Museum in Atlanta. A special exhibit, featuring the work of 44 student artists, will be open to the public through mid May.
The School of Nursing in the College of Health at Clayton State University will host its 2015 Graduate Research Symposium on Friday.
The Georgia Department of Public Health, through its Environmental Health division and Environmental Health inspectors at the county level, is working with schools and school districts to pull all Blue Bell products.
Residents are invited to take park in the Shining Light Safety Walk and Community Fair Tuesday.
Georgia Power employees have come together to take part in the American Cancer Society’s Run for the Reason fundraiser.
Experts stress public health concerns
Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black is alerting Georgians to the expanded recall of all Blue Bell Creameries products currently in the marketplace, due to possible health risk.
The new building is part of the approved 2009 SPLOST project.
In honor of Safe Kids Month and Safe Kids Day, the Clayton County Board of Health is teaming up with AMERIGROUP Community Care, the Morrow Fire Department and Safe Kids Clayton for “Safety Palooza” Saturday.
It’s spring cleaning season.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed legislation Tuesday that would implement an Opportunity School District to turn around failing schools.
Clayton State University hosted its Third Annual Arbor Day Celebration Tuesday, calling the event “Trees Made Real…” — a take on the institution’s “Dreams Made Real” mantra.
Five students were killed and two were injured in an accident along Interstate 16 near Savannah on Wednesday morning.
Board of Commissioners invite residents to meet local leaders at ‘Show on the Road’ at Southlake Mall
Clayton County Board of Commissioners Chairman Jeff Turner invites residents to come out and meet county leaders.
Current e-cigarette use among middle and high school students tripled from 2013 to 2014, according to data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products in its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
State Rep. Andy Welch (R-McDonough) has announced that the fiscal year 2016 state budget will include $10,000 in additional grant funds for Southern Crescent Sexual Assault and Child Advocacy Center in Hampton
The Internal Revenue Service is warning of possible long lines at some of the largest Taxpayers Assistance Centers across the country and long hold times on the phone.
Races are part of Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama April 18-19
Atlanta Motor Speedway may have lost its September NASCAR race, but it gained summer Lawn Mower Racing.
MORROW — In recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, members of Augustin Clayton Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution hosted an Honor Brunch at the Georgia Archives in Morrow recently.
A section of Clayton State Boulevard, the main entrance to Clayton State University, will be closed from 3 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday for the filming of a motion picture.
State agricutlure commissioner alerts residents of nationwide recall on certain walnut, trail mix products
Officials note potential health risk from Salmonella
ATLANTA — Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black is alerting Georgians to the recall of certain walnut and trail mix products, sold under various brand names in the state for potential health risk consumers.
Becomes second middle school statewide to earn designation
Clayton County Public Schools has announced that one of its own was awarded certification through the state as a science, technology, engineering and mathematics school.
Emory University receives WellCare Health Plans donation for North Clayton High health clinic services
WellCare Health Plans Inc. has announced its donation of $22,000 to Emory University to fund behavioral health services for a school-based health center at North Clayton High.
The Clayton County Court Administration Office and Law Library is hosting Law Day 2015 April 29.
The Georgia House of Representatives has passed Senate Resolution 287, legislation to allow the creation of an “Opportunity School District” in the state of Georgia.
Officials: Targets include college students, seniors and church members
The Internal Revenue Service is warning college students and other taxpayers to beware of an emerging federal tax refund scam tempting students to relinquish their personal identification and file tax returns claiming fraudulent refunds.
Orgranization hosts its first Golden Hammer Awards April 26
Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity plans to honor those who have provided exceptional support to its mission of helping low income working families who “need a hand up, not a hand out” towards home ownership and home repair services.
Gov. Nathan Deal appointed Rep. Mike Glanton to a committee to ensure transit keeps expanding in the metro Atlanta area.
Shaquille O’Neal will strut his stuff on a Clayton County runway this weekend.
Chairman Jeff Turner to deliver State of County Address at Clayton State University Thursday
Northbound I-75 traffic is at a standstill near Forest Parkway, possibly due to an accident.
The Clayton County Police Department has issued a Mattie’s Call for Michael William Smith, 65.
Clayton State University’s Seventh Annual Civic Engagement research conference is set for March 27.
Ed Wise is unofficially Jonesboro’s newest councilman.
Rep. Valencia Stovall to lead house in recognition
State Rep. Valencia Stovall (D-Lake City) will lead the Georgia House of Representatives in recognizing multi-platinum selling recording artist Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, founder of The Ludacris Foundation, Thursday.
JONESBORO — Funeral arrangements have been announced for Clayton County police Officer Darryl Wallace.
DuBois Integrity Academy Board Members recently announced Stephanie Payne as the state charter school’s new principal.
The Kiwanis Key Club at Forest Park High School will be inducted into Kiwanis International during the Governor’s Rally on Saturday.
United Way of Greater Atlanta re-launches Money Game app to expands reach of financial education.
Local children helped about 400 members of their community celebrate togetherness to wrap up this year’s Black History Month.
Students from Emory and Henry College will travel to Lovejoy for their spring break to volunteer with Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity.
Friday’s qualifying results ultimately had no impact on the events that unfolded at the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 on Sunday.
Local and federal officials are looking for three men they said robbed the Wells Fargo Bank on Virginia Avenue in Atlanta Friday morning.
Accounting students from Clayton State University are again participating in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program hosted by the College of Business.
A former Delta Air Lines baggage handler has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges he conspired to carry dangerous weapons on an aircraft, among other allegations, said federal officials.
WTVA sale complete in Tupelo, Miss.
The Touchdown Club of Atlanta is offering scholarships for high school seniors who played football or were student managers.
Jonesboro City Council special election candidates respond to a survey prepared by the Clayton News.
Local girls have the opportunity to become fulfilled young ladies in the next few months.
Two veteran freedom riders will ride into Clayton State University Thursday to share their stories of segregation in the deep south.
Clayton State University’s Department of Computer Science and Information Technology, in collaboration with its Health Care Management Program, has announced the addition of a healthcare informatics concentration to the university’s Bachelors of Information Technology program.