- Henry County's Top 10 Stories
- Inmate charged with punching deputy
- Closing of McDonough Elementary School
- Henry County Schools breakfast and lunch menus for Oct. 24, 2014
- DOT completes road projects before BOC approval
- Military academy nomination applications due Oct. 31
- Statewide parent engagement campaign kicks off
- Open House and Read-Along set Monday at McDonough library
- McDonough library to host Storytelling Festival Friday
- Burned dogs showing up at Ga. animal hospital
Plethora of beers on tap for Haven House Hail To The Ale Fest fundraiser | PHOTOS 9 hours, 28 minutes ago
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- Charles Tucker, Jr. 7 hours, 18 minutes
- Plethora of beers on tap for Haven House Hail To The Ale Fest fundraiser | PHOTOS 9 hours, 28 minutes
- ROBINSON: Stepping into the morass? 13 hours, 54 minutes
- Henry County Schools breakfast and lunch menus for Oct. 24, 2014 14 hours, 18 minutes
- Lady Devils softball team ends playoff run 14 hours, 33 minutes
- Henry Community Calendar - Oct. 24, 2014 19 hours, 44 minutes
- Burned dogs showing up at Ga. animal hospital 22 hours, 8 minutes
- Inmate charged with punching deputy 1 day, 7 hours
- Terrorist shooting in Ottawa hits close to home 1 day, 7 hours
- Statewide parent engagement campaign kicks off 1 day, 7 hours
- Military academy nomination applications due Oct. 31 1 day, 7 hours
- DOT completes road projects before BOC approval 1 day, 7 hours
- Pet of the Week - Gulliver 1 day, 7 hours
Henry Daily Herald has compiled information readers should know about cancer, as well as stories about bravery while facing the disease.
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.
It’s a sad day whenever tragedy strikes ground upon which you have previously stepped foot.
Henry County police are awaiting test results in two unrelated crashes that killed three people last week.
Henry County sheriff’s deputies found an Oklahoma City murder suspect hiding out in a McDonough apartment and charged the man’s relatives.
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.
Thousands of people flocked to Southern Belle Farm Saturday for its annual Farm Heritage Day festivities.
HCHS still feels region crown is in reach
Don’t give Morris Starr any of that “upset” talk, concerning his Henry County High football’s team’s win last Friday.
- Lady Devils softball team ends playoff run
- STOVALL: ELCA coach Jonathan Gess departs from coachspeak script when speaking of Landmark
- Belief is rising among Henry County High’s football team
- Football subregion, playoff picture becoming clearer
- Caleb Huntley's big night for Locust Grove helped hold off Eagle's Landing in OT
- ELHS cross country runner Devin Dixon is emerging as one of the state’s best
- Time for Region 4-AAAAA football to reconvene
- Thirteen county teams begin state championship title chases Wednesday
- STOVALL: Postseason features upstart teams making championship strides
- ELCA ‘sends message’ with big win over Strong Rock
- Pet of the Week - Gulliver
- Southern Belle celebrates its history at Farm Heritage Day festivities | PHOTOS | VIDEO
- McDonough resident goes all out with Halloween display | PHOTOS | VIDEO
- Spirits of McDonough City Cemetery Tour aims to resurrect town’s history
- Christmas program in need of volunteers and donations