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The Henry County Pink Paper

Henry Daily Herald has compiled information readers should know about cancer, as well as stories about bravery while facing the disease.

The Battle of Jonesborough 150th anniversary section | PHOTOS | VIDEO

From Aug. 31 to Sept. 1, 1864, Union and Confederate forces fought the Battle of Jonesborough, as Jonesboro’s name was spelled at the time. The objective was to cut off the Macon & Western Rail Road, which was the last supply line for Confederates entrenched in Atlanta, said historian Peter Bonner, owner of Historical & Hysterical Tours/ The Union won the battle, which forced an immediate evacuation of Atlanta by Confederate troops. Historians and Civil War scholars believe the fall of Atlanta, in turn, guaranteed Abraham Lincoln’s re-election as president, said Bonner.

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Terrorist shooting in Ottawa hits close to home

It’s a sad day whenever tragedy strikes ground upon which you have previously stepped foot.

Three die in two unrelated Henry County crashes

Henry County police are awaiting test results in two unrelated crashes that killed three people last week.

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Fugitive found in McDonough, kin charged

Henry County sheriff’s deputies found an Oklahoma City murder suspect hiding out in a McDonough apartment and charged the man’s relatives.

Green Dot scam intensifies

Henry County Sheriff Keith McBrayer is ramping up warnings to residents about a Green Dot scam that has been operating for more than a year.

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Southern Belle celebrates its history at Farm Heritage Day festivities | PHOTOS | VIDEO

Thousands of people flocked to Southern Belle Farm Saturday for its annual Farm Heritage Day festivities.

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Hail To The Ale Fest on the horizon

Haven House shelter is preparing to host its second annual Hail To The Ale Fest fundraiser.

Farm Heritage Day at Southern Belle

See more photos from Farm Heritage Day at Southern Belle Farm.

Halloween decorations on Jonesboro Street

See the display McDonough resident John Rapp has set up at his home on Jonesboro Street.

Smith-Barnes Parade of Nations

Smith-Barnes Elementary pursues the Anti-Defamation League's "No Place for Hate" distinction by hosting a parade of flags illustrating the school's diversity in heritages.

Gone With The Wind book launched in Jonesboro

John Wiley Jr. appeared at the Road To Tara Museum recently to launch his new book, "The Scarlett Letters: The Making of the Film Gone With The Wind." The book is about letters written by author Margaret Mitchell.


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