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Deadline approaches for military academy nomination applications

School Notebook 10-24-14

U.S. Congressman David Scott (GA-13) is reminding interested students of the fast-approaching Oct. 31 deadline to submit applications for a congressional nomination to one of the U.S. Military Academies.

Treats from the trunk in Lovejoy

Officials are calling for volunteers and community groups to pitch in to help out with the city-sponsored Trunk-or-Treat event Oct. 31.

Lovejoy moves forward with comprehensive plans, updates

Council voted unanimously Monday during its regular meeting to extend Lovejoy’s Service Delivery Strategy contract with Clayton County.

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State Rep. Glanton speaks to retired educators

Chairman Turner presents Retired Educators proclamation

The room erupted in applause, as members agreed with the sentiment that teachers are increasingly bogged down with paperwork.

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GAE president campaigning for education this election season

Georgia Association of Educators President Sid Chapman is touring the state this election season in an attempt to “get out the vote” and drum up support for education issues.

New Vision Christian Church to host wellness fair Saturday

Senior Pastor Luke S. Hall of New Vision Christian Church will join the church and its community partners to celebrate life with breast cancer survivors during a free wellness fair Saturday.

Clayton State invites Tri Cities, Woodland High to Choral Invitational

School Notebook 10-17-14

The Clayton State University Chorale, the Tri Cities High School Concert Chorale and the Woodland High School Le Voce will join forced Tuesday in hosting a free collaborative concert called the Clayton State Choral Invitational.

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Fire lieutenant named Clayton County’s 2014 Public Safety Professional of the Year

Firefighters, officers, deputies and public safety support staff headlined the 42nd Annual Public Safety Appreciation luncheon Wednesday.

Clayton behind state average on standardized testing

Clayton County Public Schools continues to lag behind the state average on standardized testing.

Knights of Columbus to recognize local public safety personnel

The Knights of Columbus No. 6352 Tara Council will observe the 42nd Annual Public Safety Appreciation Day with a recognition luncheon Wednesday.

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