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Ivie earns certification

Assistant Finance Director Regina Ivie has earned local finance officer certification in the fourth quarter of 2013 through the Carl Vinson Institute of Government’s financial management training program.

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Devine Inspirations

Non-profit serves youth

Maddox Road Park participating in national Macy’s fundraising campaign

One of Clayton County’s community parks has been selected to participate in a national fundraising and awareness program organized by Macy’s department store, parks and recreation officials have announced.

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Governor convening panel to reform child welfare

Gov. Nathan Deal has announced the creation of the Child Welfare Reform Council to improve Georgia’s child welfare system and better protect the state’s most vulnerable citizens.

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Clayton fire services honored

Members of the Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services command staff met with lawmakers recently in recognition of the first day honoring the local department.

Glanton hosting healthcare meeting

State Rep. Mike Glanton (District 75) is holding a Healthcare Marketplace Enrollment event in collaboration with Clayton County Public Schools.

News Daily revamps online commenting

News system requires Facebook log in

Jakes gets top award for crisis intervention

Clayton County police Sgt. Tracy Jakes has been honored as Crisis Intervention Officer of the Year.

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Friday Night Stars

These players had superb performances for their teams on last weekend:

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O’Sullivan garners first victory at CSU

O’Sullivan garners first victory

It did not take long for the Clayton State Laker women’s soccer team to put Saturday’s defeat at Kennesaw State behind them on Monday.

O'Sullivan Garners First Victory At Csu O'Sullivan garners first victory

It did not take long for the Clayton State Laker women's soccer team to put Saturday's defeat at Kennesaw State behind them on Monday.

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Stockbrige routs North Springs

Stockbridge quarterback Leon Prunty ran for two scores and passed for another two touchdowns in leading the Tigers to a 62-0 win over North Springs in a non-region game Friday.