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Luella Elementary teacher recognized for contributions to her field
The Georgia Association for Gifted Children recently announced that Luella Elementary teacher Dr. Cathy Schreiber has been named Georgia’s Gifted Teacher of the Year for 2014.
A list of happenings around the Henry County faith community
It’s the Easter season. The Super Bowl Sunday of Christianity.
Race helps to fund scholarships at Union Grove High School
McDONOUGH — In continuing the tradition of honoring her daughter, Alison Butler and Caring For A Cause are hosting the 3rd Annual Brooke Butler Memorial 5k Super Hero Run.
TMR Security Solutions held a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Henry County Chamber of Commerce recently at the chamber.
Graffiti’s Pizza and Italian Cafe held a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Henry County Chamber of Commerce
The 16th Annual Hands on Henry Day will be April 19 from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. at Memorial Park
McDONOUGH —It’s that time of year again. The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and campaign signs are posted in freshly mowed lawns.
The crowd packed into the gymnasium at Union Grove High prepared to give their best try at Henry County Schools Special Olympics track and field events Friday.
McDONOUGH — The Henry County Veterans Museum accepted a donation from the Georgia United Credit Union April 16 where members of the credit union presented a check in the amount of $5,000 to Henry County Parks and Recreation Facilities Coordinator Jim Joyce, who runs the museum along with a handful of volunteers.
McDONOUGH — The city of McDonough will conduct its regular city council meeting Monday night to discuss the Fiscal Year 2015 budget among other items.
McDONOUGH — The new Patrick Henry statue errected in front of the court house in McDonough last month was potentially vandalized this week.
McDONOUGH — As the capstone experience in their journey of leadership, four Girl Scouts in Troop 56 conducted a region-wide training session in flag etiquette, called “Fun with Flags.”
McDONOUGH — Citizens will begin to see new projects under construction in the near future after the Henry County Board of Commissioners voted to commence SPLOST IV Tier 1 projects this year.
McDONOUGH — Some familiar faces were seen last week on the television show “Resurrection.”
College football is back on The Flats — at least for tonight.
The Justin Thomas era at quarterback could begin for Georgia Tech tonight
There’s only one name that dominated the minds of most Georgia Tech football fans at the end of a semi-disappointing 7-6 campaign.
To prepare for the Peach Belt Conference track and field championships, Clayton State distance runner Job Kemboi took on some stiff competition last weekend.
Luella-UGHS prepare for historic moment
When Luella and Union Grove meet this evening in one of the last regular season games for both teams, you can disregard some of the normal season-ending concerns.