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More images released of new Atlanta Falcons stadium

Architects with the new Atlanta Falcons stadium released more images of what the new facility will look like.

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News Daily offices closed because of snow

Clayton government shut down till Thursday

Clayton News Daily closed its offices at 1:45 p.m. Tuesday because of winter weather

Clayton schools closed today

Clayton County Public Schools has announced all schools and offices will be closed today because of anticipated inclement weather expected to move through the area.

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Local recruits monitoring Western Kentucky's coach search

Former Lovejoy football players Randy Anyanwu and Justin Brown say they will take a “wait and see” approach as Western Kentucky looks to replace head coach Bobby Petrino.

Spelling Legal-Bee set for Dec. 21

The public is invited to attend the 2013 Michael B. King Spelling Legal-Bee Saturday, Dec. 21 at Freedom Christian Center, 6928 Commercial Drive in Morrow. The spelling contest begins at 9 a.m.

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Top Ten stories in Clayton Co. from Nov 11th to 19th

Top Ten stories in the Clayton News Daily

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Top Ten stories in Clayton Co. from Nov 4th to 10th

Top Ten stories in the Clayton News Daily

Below is a list of last weeks most popular stories.

Georgia Power: Customers be cautious

Criminals focusing on pre-paid debit, credit cards

In light of recent reports of scam artists impersonating Georgia Power employees over the phone, the company is reminding customers to be cautious and never provide personal information such as a credit card or social security numbers to unverified people.

Clayton resident named 2013 Outstanding Earth Science Teacher

Clayton County resident Nancy Adgate was named Georgia’s honoree for the National Association of Geoscience Teachers 2013 Outstanding Earth Science Teachers program.

DOT clears roads for tax-free holiday

Shoppers will get a break from road construction this weekend to go along with the break they’ll get from state sales taxes on school supplies, clothing and computer equipment.

Stakeholder planning meeting to be rescheduled

The Office of Federal Programs third stakeholder planning meeting scheduled for Saturday has been canceled.

Georgia withdraws from testing consortium

In a move that will impact all local public schoos, state School Superintendent Dr. John Barge and Gov. Nathan Deal announced this week that Georgia is withdrawing from the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers test development consortium.

Top 10 Stories for the week of July 15-21

Top 10 Stories for the week of July 15-21

Top 10 stories for the week of July 8-14

Top 10 stories for the week of July 8-14

Top 10 Stories for the week of July 1-7

Top 10 Stories for the week of July 1-7

Babies Can’t Wait policy revisions up for comment

Proposed revisions to the Babies Can’t Wait program policy are available for public comment and review, according to state officials.

Health board seeks partners for Teen Outreach Program

The Clayton County Board of Health is looking for partners to serve as implementation sites for the Teen Outreach Program this year.

Top 10 Stories for the week of June 23-30

Top 10 Stories for the week of June 23-30

Top 10 Stories for the week of June 17-23

Top 10 Stories for the week of June 17-23

Deal commends 2013 Master Teachers

Gov. Nathan Deal has announced that Clayton County educators Shara Allen, Jason Beavers and Stacey McDonald were among 58 Georgia teachers to earn “Master Teacher” certification this year.

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Clayton State wraps up summer business academy

The College of Business at Clayton State University has wrapped up its annual Summer Entrepreneurship and Business Academy for high school students.

Clayton students earn superior ratings at media festival

Six Clayton County students scored a superior rating of 96 or better at the Georgia Student Media Festival to qualify for entrance in the international competition set for later this year.

Top 10 Stories for the week of June 10-16

Top 10 Stories for the week of June 10-16

Top 10 Stories for the week of June 3-9

Top 10 Stories for the week of June 3-9

Clayton State to host free financing sources workshop

The Clayton State University Small Business Development Center will offer a free workshop on “Financing Sources for Small Businesses” Monday from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.

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Dance team to perform at 2014 Orange Bowl

The Rex Mill Middle School Dance Team has been invited back to perform in the Discover Orange Bowl Half Time Show Jan. 3 at Sun Bowl Stadium in Miami, Fla.

Top 10 Stories for the week of May 27- June 2

Top 10 Stories for the week of May 27- June 2

Clayton educator receives Fulbright Fellowship

Clayton County Public Schools K-12 social studies coordinator Niomi Henry is one of 12 chosen to participate in a four-week research trip to Malawi, Africa.

Kendrick Middle receives a $4,050 grant for student garden

Kendrick Middle School has been awarded a $4,050 grant from the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation to construct a student garden and greenhouse on campus.

Top 10 Stories for the week of May 20-26

Top 10 Stories for the week of May 20-26

Brown named Georgia Power metro South area manager

Daryl Brown has been named regional manager for Georgia Power’s Atlanta Metro South operations covering Clayton, Coweta, Henry, Butts and Fayette counties.

Top 10 Stories for the week of May 13-May 19

Top 10 Stories for the week of May 13-May 19

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Jonesboro son competes in Warrior Games

The son of a Jonesboro couple knows how an explosion, crash, gunshot, sickness or emotional trauma can push a someone to a place of unfamiliarity. And through the healing process, Paralympic sport gives many survivors a chance to prove anyone can overcome disability.

Top 10 stories for the week of May 6-May 12

Top 10 stories for the week of May 6-May 12

Top 10 Stories for the week of April 29-May 5

Top 10 Stories for the week of April 29-May 5

Riverdale hosts Georgia Cyber Academy pupils

More than 200 Georgia Cyber Academy students were guests this week in Clayton County.

Keane, Keebler named Alice Smith award winners

Pat Keane, soon to become Clayton State University’s longest-tenured staff member, and College of Business professor Dr. James Keebler, have won the university’s 2013 Alice Smith Awards.

Top 10 Stories for the week of April 22-29

Top 10 Stories for the week of April 22-29

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‘74 Clayton graduate earns international military post

A graduate of Clayton County Public Schools has been tapped by President Barack Obama to serve as Commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Europe.

Top 10 Stories for the week of April 15-21

Top 10 Stories for the week of April 15-21

Household Hazardous Waste Amnesty Day, April 27

The Clayton County Water Authority is planning its annual Household Hazardous Waste Amnesty Day.

Church hosts semi-annual barbecue

The semi-annual Jones Memorial United Methodist Church barbecue is scheduled for Saturday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Top 10 Stories for the week of April 1-7

Top 10 Stories for the week of April 1-7

Schools closed April 8-12

Clayton County Public Schools will be closed for spring break April 8-12. School officials said normal business hours and classes will resume April 15.

State to pay unemployment to some educational workers

State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler has acknowledged receiving notification from the U. S. Department of Labor that Georgia could be out of conformity with federal law for not paying unemployment benefits to certain educational workers during regularly scheduled holiday breaks.

Top 10stories for the week of March 25-31

Top 10stories for the week of March 25-31

Clayton has six Governor’s Honors finalists

Six students from Clayton County Public Schools were selected as Governor’s Honors Program finalists.

Top 10 stories for the week of March 18-24

Top Ten stories for the week of March 18-24

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Clayton State nursing faculty earn GANE awards

Clayton State University nursing faculty members brought home awards from last month’s Georgia Association of Nurse Educators conference in Peachtree City.

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