TIFTON — The Summer Olympics may be in Japan this year, but Team USA was on home turf when they took the field for Opening Ceremony.
RIVERDALE — Clayton County police have released the names of the victims killed in Sunday’s fatal head-on collision that took the life of three people and an unborn child.
Fans of one of the most popular sitcoms of all time, "Friends," know well that each and every episode is titled, "The One with..." The program is a generational and pop culture icon.
When my niece, Nicole, asked me to pay a surprise visit to a nursing home patient of hers, Mrs. Wanda Parks, I never dreamed of the friendship that would develop.
Nature enthusiasts often cherish the time they get to spend around a campfire. Whether you’re telling scary stories, having a few drinks after a long hike or just relaxing and gazing up at a starry sky, time spent around a campfire is a unique experience that can make for an ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
People on the far left have become so predictable that their statements are no longer "breaking news." They would be hilarious if they weren't outrageous or if they didn't contribute to the undermining of human rights and freedom in other countries.
The Interviewee: “If you are recording this, will it be for private use or end up on the air? As I’ve mentioned, anything for public awareness has to operate under my pseudonym, Tom McIntosh. If I was making a presentation to a gathering of Vietnam veterans only, I wouldn’t worry about it.”
Get a grip! Get a life! On just about everything it is crucial to get a proper grip. This is true whether we are climbing rocks, gripping a golf club, throwing a football or baseball or simply shaking hands.
ATHENS — Summer in Georgia yields a bounty of fresh fruit and vegetables. In fact, Georgia is one of the top producers of cantaloupes in the U.S., and Georgia-grown watermelons and cantaloupes are the stars of summer grocery stores and farmers markets.
Car buyers are getting crushed by the rapid increase in the cost of new and used cars, but my dad’s old-school negotiating techniques might offer some relief.
The Psalmist expressed the wonders of creation in a unique way in these two couplets regarding the Almighty, “In whose hand are the depths of the earth; the peaks of the mountains are His also. The sea is His, for it was He who made it; and His hands formed the dry land” Psalm 95:3-5.
A new analysis of hatchling pterosaur fossils finds that the flying reptiles which dominated the skies between 228 and 66 million years ago were likely capable of flight within days or even hours after breaking out of their shells.
RIVERDALE — Officials at Southern Regional Medical Center are hoping someone in the community recognizes a patient they have been treating since July 14.
Fruits and vegetables are vital components of a nutritious diet, and few foods pack a more nutritional punch than blueberries.
Questions set the scientific method in motion. Without that initial curiosity, that "I wonder...", that "What if...", we would not have the technology, the medicine, nor the knowledge that we have today.
JONESBORO — Three Clayton County schools have been named Reward Schools by the Georgia Department of Education.
ATHENS — University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agents see lots of insects. People leave jars of them on agents’ desk, send photos or call them out to their gardens to identify the pests and give control recommendations.
ATLANTA -- Thanks to a prize-winning chicken coop design by 4-H and FFA students from Warren County, Georgia’s newly established First Flock now has a stately home on the 18-acre grounds of the Governor’s Mansion in Atlanta.
Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest man, went to space and back Tuesday morning on an 11-minute, supersonic joy ride aboard the rocket and capsule system developed by his space company, Blue Origin.
JONESBORO — Commissioner Felicia Franklin is hosting a vigil to bring awareness to traffic deaths on Clayton County roadways — 25 so far this year, which includes 11 pedestrians.
In the 1950s there was a quiz show called "To Tell the Truth." It has been reborn several times but retained its original format. A celebrity panel would try to discover which one of three contestants was telling the truth, as all claimed to be the same person with identical backgrounds.
JONESBORO — The Clayton County Police Department’s request to shift funds and hire a second social worker has been approved by the Board of Commissioners.
The parents of a 18-month-old male baby have been charged with felony murder after a GBI autopsy showed the child died of a fentanyl overdose.
JONESBORO — Hundreds of school employees came together Saturday morning to cheer on and march in the Kindergarten Roundup For School and Literacy parade.
It was the worst of times, it was the most dangerous of times. Violent crime is at or approaching 50-year highs in large population centers all across the United States. What is, however, making a difference is how each of those cities chooses to respond to the crime surge.
JONESBORO — Ahead of the first day of school on Aug. 2, Clayton County Public Schools is hosting a mobile Back to School Extravaganza on July 31.
JONESBORO — A new ordinance approved by the Clayton County Board of Commissioners has created a vacant or foreclosed real property registration.
One of the most mind-bending aspects of Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity is time dilation. Time moves more slowly for a person in motion compared to a person at rest. This effect also applies in gravitational fields. Someone closer to a gravitationally-dense body like a black hole would be subject to a slowdown in time compared to others farther away. Mind you, life wouldn't proceed in 'slow motion' for these people. Everything would seem normal within their own frames of reference. The relative differences would only be noticed when everybody meets up.
SOCIAL CIRCLE — Four budding bird artists have been selected as T-shirt Art Contest winners in Georgia’s 15th annual Youth Birding Competition, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
The Psalmist in 119:27 sets an appropriate standard for us when he said, “Make me understand the way of Thy precepts, so I will meditate on Thy wonders.”
Each week the Associated Press publishes “Not Real News: A Look at What Didn’t Happen Last Week.” It is a collection of fake news, most of which has been shared online. The stories usually include quotes taken out of context, photoshopped images, and doctored audio.
JONESBORO — Clayton County schools is hosting a Kindergarten Roundup For School and Literacy parade Saturday, July 17.
The 2021 Regional Job Fair, scheduled for July 22, will offer job-seekers an opportunity to connect with more than 35 area employers in the fields of manufacturing, film, entertainment, public safety, local government, bio-pharma, high technology, distribution, education and more.
JONESBORO — Clayton County Police officers were shot at Wednesday morning, July 14, while responding to a domestic violence call at an apartment building on Mt. Zion Road.
TORONTO, Ontario (CTV Network) -- On the quest to find more about how living things evolved different sexes, researchers in Japan came across something interesting: a type of freshwater algae that has three sexes, all of which can breed with each other.
ATLANTA – Congressman David Scott (GA-13) has opened the 2021-2022 application process for students in Georgia’s 13th Congressional District seeking U.S. Service Academy nominations.
Under the golden dome of the Georgia State Capitol, a new exhibit in the Georgia Capitol Museum shines a spotlight on agriculture in Georgia.
All of us know what it is to be defeated and discouraged. More than once we’ve spread our wings only to get shot down in flames. Welcome to the club — it’s called the human race!
Many American consumers are skipping the cereal aisle in grocery stores, viewing its contents as basically boxed candy. That’s understandable. A lot of cereals are chock-full of added sugars and refined grains, which can contribute to obesity and metabolic dysfunction. Ironically, at the same time, there may be no aisle more essential to the Americans’ health. That’s because cereals have become the de facto source for Americans’ micronutrients.
Ecclesiastes 3:1 reads “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” The chapter goes on for many verses with counsel such as “there is a time to grow”(3:6).