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Surprise — gay marriage trips up Heatley

After all that Dr. Edmond Heatley has been through as Clayton County schools superintendent, who would have thought that the issue of gay marriage would have tripped him up in Berkeley?

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School board takes weekend class

Clayton County's school board conducts a weekend retreat, with incoming interim superintendent Luvenia Jackson sitting in.

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HBCU tennis tournament slated for International Park

Clayton County again will host the annual HBCU National Tennis Championships, to be held Thursday through Saturday at International Park.

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‘Civility’ book required reading for Clayton State freshmen

New freshmen at Clayton State University this year get three things when they step through the front gates: a class schedule, an orientation — and a book on civility.

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Recovery group promotes 12-step alternatives

The people who run Clayton County’s Real Help! Network don’t exactly counsel addicts, but they do want to be an information clearinghouse for people with monkeys on their backs.

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Consolidation, tough economy, factors in Southern Regional deal

Southern Regional CEO Jim Crissey explains why Southern Regional is partnering with Emory Healthcare.

Clayton men finish military training

Five local men have completed military training, according to the U.S. Department of Defense.

Heatley withdraws from Berkeley candidacy

Possible position on Prop 8 killed candidacy

Outgoing Clayton County Schools superintendent Edmond Heatley has reportedly withdrawn his candidacy for the same job in Berkeley, Calif.

U.S. News: Clayton State among top five Southern regional public schools

Clayton State University is the fifth best public regional college in the South, according to U.S. News & World Reports latest annual ranking.

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Goats graze on Hartsfield's green

If you want to get someone’s goat at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, all you have to do is look behind the fence along Riverdale Road.

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