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The assault allegations against the former New York attorney general disquieted many Democrats – as did reports that the women were urged not to reveal the abuse because it could hurt liberals’ goals. The alleged violence and the reaction to it highlight a broader ethical dissonance in American society. Continue reading
CONYERS, Ga. – An accident has shut down all lanes of I-20 east and west around Conyers in Rockdale County.
The accident involves an overturned vehicle, according to a Conyers police spokesperson. Continue reading
In this Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017 photo, a new voting machine which prints a paper record sits on display at a polling site in Conyers, Ga. Last summer, a security expert came across a gaping hole in Georgia’s election management system. The revelation prompted a lawsuit seeking to compel Georgia to toss all of its touchscreen voting machines and replace them with a system that provides a paper record of every ballot cast. Georgia is one of five states where no such record exists. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
CONYERS, Ga. – A Newton County woman inadvertently helped police nab a pair of thieves believed connected to numerous car thefts from the side of Interstate 20.
Temiya Hurst happened to be driving on I-20 when she spotted her stolen SUV on a trailer. On the 911 call can be heard telling the dispatcher she was alongside her own stolen vehicle.
A traffic stop in the town of Conyers, Ga., went from routine to “rather unusual” in just few hours on March 2.
Conyers police said Joe Hobson Jr. was suspected of trafficking drugs out of a local neighborhood, and was stopped by a detective on the highway. Continue reading
Family-Placed Death Notice
VERNER, Irma Mrs. Irma Leggett Verner, age 89 of Snellville, died Tuesday, January 1, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, James C. Verner. She is survived by her daughters and son-in-laws, Kay Kessler, Snellville, Carol and Ed Birdsong, Grayson, Pam and Mike Green, Monroe, Patty Schneider, Conyers; brother-in-law, Frank S. Franco, Atlanta; grandchildren, David Itani, Steve and Jill Ivie, Scott and Juli Ivie,
Family-Placed Death Notice
William (Bill) Clack William M. (Bill) Clack I (CPO (E-7)-PA, USNR (Ret.)) passed forward on 22 March 2005 at the age of 71. Bill Clack was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. He graduated from O’Keefe High School in 1951. He is survived by his wife Ann (Rogers) Clack and his children Donna (Skip) Harrison, Cindy (Bud) Allen, Sharon (Jim) Womack, Teri (Terry) Hall, and Billy (Shonah) Clack. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren who will miss him dearly.
Holly Hunter talks about her film and TV career with such a casual, I-can’t-believe-I’m-still-working attitude, that you almost forget just how damn good she is. Almost. From her breakout role as a baby-crazy cop in the Coen Brothers’ sweetly absurd Raising Arizona to, more than 30 years later, her Independent Spirit–nominated turn as a mother fighting for her comatose daughter in The Big Sick, Hunter, 59, has defied the gloomy cliché that compelling roles for female actors only evaporate over time. Continue reading
Conyers (Ga.) Heritage three-star wide receiver Jordan Young has committed to Florida State.
Young flipped from Tennessee to the Seminoles during National Signing Day. He made the move official by sending in his letter-of-intent.
FSU hosted the 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide receiver on an official visit this past weekend.