911 operator helps two women escape fire
Clayton County authorities credit a 911 operator with saving the lives of a 77-year-old grandmother and her granddaughter who were trapped in their burning home.
Fayette Daily News
Fayette historian authors book about 'Scarlett's Neighbors'
By Danny Harrison Margaret Mitchell's Southern epic "Gone with the Wind" turns 75 this year, and Fayette historian John Lynch is benefitting from the resulting fanfare as he releases his newest non-fiction book called "Scarlett's Neighbors".
Governor Names Group to Suggest Overhaul of Georgia's Child Welfare Services
A mix of child advocates, juvenile court judges, and lawmakers are among those who have been appointed to a state council that will suggest reforms to Georgia's child welfare services.
Stars and Stripes
First of Fort Gillem redevelopment to bring nearly 3,000 jobs
Clayton County could get nearly 3,000 new jobs as the first step in the long-awaited redevelopment of Fort Gillem gets underway.
Wedding given to couple after devastating diagnosis
A young couple who has been through an emotionally devastating year finally has reason to celebrate.
Effingham 4-H members learn leadership
Effingham County 4-H'ers participating in Leadership Day in Atlanta were, left to right, Chance Denney, Lexi Wells, Bailee Wilson, Becca Velasquez, Alex Parrish and Hannah Weitman.
Clayton County police make human trafficking arrests
WGCL-TV reports that officers set up a meeting with a 16-year-old featured in an ad for an escort posted on social media.
Bills squeeze through General Assembly at 11th hour
Georgia's revenue from various taxes went up only 1.1 percent in March, as sale tax revenue was down for the first time in months.
GA: Bill Passes Seeking MARTA Referendum for Clayton
Residents of the only county in metro Atlanta without local public transportation could soon vote to remedy their transit deficit, thanks to legislation headed to the governor's desk for signature.