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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/peterbonner.com. 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.

'What is your favorite Christmas song?' Week Three | POLL

The newspapers will now move into their last semifinal round of their ‘What’s Your Favorite Christmas Song?’ competition.

Henry Daily Herald seeking reader input on New Year's Day foods | POLL

The Henry Daily Herald and Clayton News Daily are seeking reader comments and votes on the best foods for New Year’s Day.

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Jodeco Road United Methodist Church brings out deeper meaning of Christmas with live nativity trail | VIDEO | PHOTOS

Jodeco Road United Methodist Church in Stockbridge celebrated the Christmas season with its annual two-night live nativity trail over the weekend.

Henry County restaurant inspections for the week of Dec. 15

There were 20 restaurants evaluated in Henry County from Dec. 8 to Dec. 12.

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Jodeco Road United Methodist church live nativity trail

Jodeco Road United Methodist Church held its annual live nativity trail over the weekend.

Community Cares Toy Shop

Connecting Henry Inc. and its partners host the 2014 Community Cares Toy Shop for needy families.

Falcons vs. Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ beat the Atlanta Falcons 27-20 on Dec. 14 at the Georgia Dome.

Road To Tara Museum's Gone With The Wind collection

A look at Gone With The Wind items on display at the Road To Tara Museum in Jonesboro, Ga.

McDonough Christmas Tree Lighting and Parade

McDonough officials lit the city's Christmas tree and then held their annual Christmas parade Saturday. City tourism officials said the hour-long parade included 80 participants and had a long waiting list of groups eager to participate as well. Photos by Curt Yeomans.


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