- Top Ten Stories for the week of June 3-9
- McDonough increases hotel/motel tax by 3 percent
- McDonough considers new sign ordinance
- District III proposes $24 million in projects
- Henry County Commissioners to Allocate Nearly $1M in CDBG Funds
- School construction continues in Henry
- Luella grads awarded Alpha scholarships
- Public Safety receives $14,000 in donations
- McDonough man graduates Naval Academy 2 days, 19 hours
- Police identify Dollar General robbery suspect 3 days, 1 hour
- White: ‘Dutchtown is a sleeping giant’ 3 days, 8 hours
- McDonough approves design for $115,000 boardwalk 3 days, 8 hours
- Public Safety receives $14,000 in donations 3 days, 8 hours
- McDonough considers new sign ordinance 3 days, 8 hours
- Henry County Commissioners to Allocate Nearly $1M in CDBG Funds 3 days, 8 hours
- McDonough increases hotel/motel tax by 3 percent 3 days, 8 hours
- District III proposes $24 million in projects 3 days, 9 hours
- School construction continues in Henry 3 days, 19 hours
- Luella grads awarded Alpha scholarships 3 days, 19 hours
- STOVALL: Has an Eagle’s Landing way been established in boys basketball? 4 days, 8 hours
- Barkley expects to ‘breakout’ in 2013 4 days, 8 hours
- Mr. Lee Coleman 4 days, 8 hours
- Ladies Kickball team kicks off in Henry County 5 days, 15 hours
- Hospital to be smoke-free in 2013 3 comments
- Cagle touts education as economic-recovery tool 1 comments
- New era begins at Piedmont Henry Hospital 1 comments
- Kim Pace honored for Piedmont Henry leadership 1 comments
- Another compelling match, another Ola victory 1 comments
- Local book selected Finalist in Best Book Awards 1 comments
- First HMC 'Christmas baby' comes home 1 comments
Campuses across Henry County Schools look different from a year ago.
McDONOUGH — McDonough City Council members are considering a new sign ordinance following recent concerns from merchants on the Square.
Police in Henry County have obtained an arrest warrant for a man they say is responsible for two discount store robberies here, and at least two dozen similar crimes in the greater Atlanta area.
McDONOUGH — The McDonough City Council voted to raise hotel and motel tax rates from 5 percent to 8 percent, which is expected to grow revenue by almost $150,000.
Kelcey White, Kevin Jones and Johnny Stafford all have at least two things in common.