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- Residents display vision for Locust Grove during LCI workshop
- Thanksgiving Gala to serve homeless in McDonough
- Stockbridge hosts ceremony for M.L King Sr. Heritage Trail unveiling
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- County allocates funds to Panola Mountain trail extension
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- Teen Safety Expo teaches safe driving, positive interactions 22 hours
- Cold cases event to shed light on unsolved cases 22 hours, 4 minutes
- Woman at Grady after being trapped under loaded dump truck 22 hours, 21 minutes
- Black Marines get overdue recognition 22 hours, 38 minutes
- Airman 1st Class Kcey Ruiz will be returned home Tuesday 23 hours, 42 minutes
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Henry Herald government reporter Asia Ashley reached out with questions for candidates on the Stockbridge November ballot. Here are their unedited responses.
The Henry Herald sent questionnaires to the candidates in the upcoming municipal election. Their unedited responses are presented here. By the time early voting begins Oct. 12, responses from candidates in the Stockbridge, Hampton and Locust Grove races will be posted to our website. Comments or questions can be directed to government reporter Asia Ashley, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Henry Herald government reporter Asia Ashley sent questions to candidates running in the Locust Grove election. Here are their unedited responses.
Officials have drafted a question to present to voters on the renewal of sales and property taxes for education in Henry County.
Anika Edwards, a registered nurse at Piedmont Henry Hospital, was presented with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses.
Rhonda Williams of McDonough was honored at the 9th Annual Atlanta Braves Breast Cancer Awareness Day at Turner Field Oct. 3.
Members of Henry County Fuller Center for Housing Inc. are continuing efforts to help fellow residents in need live more comfortably.
College-bound students from Stockbridge High spent their fall break touring the east coast in visits to 13 colleges.
Maj. Sarah Beavers, the long-time Air Force JROTC Department Chair at Dutchtown High School, made sure Kcey E. Ruiz, a 21-year-old from McDonough, Ruiz was honored at her alma mater this week.
New Henry County county manager had dropped out of consideration but was appointed Tuesday.
Lisa Horton survives breast cancer and brain tumor, remains ELHS hoops coach and AD
Every mammogram Eagle’s Landing athletic director and basketball coach Lisa Horton had ever undergone had been clean. No one in her family had suffered from breast cancer — she never expected a positive result.
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