There were six restaurants evaluated in Henry County from Sept. 17 to 21, according to the Henry County Environmental Health Department.
'A Walk Amoing the Tombstones' ends up in second place
"Maze Runner" pulls in $32.5 million in U.S. and Canadian box offices.
The Battle of Atlanta 150th Anniversary commemoration has brought 1,550 Civil War re-enactors and about 1,500 more spectators to Hampton this weekend.
Garth Brooks made his return after 18 years -- and lived up to his legendary status making it easy to understand why Brooks is playing seven shows.
Ola coach Jared Zito pointed to the scoreboard and told his team exactly how he felt about them.
Police declare device fake, re-open Stockbridge road.
Police investigating suspicious package in Stockbridge.
Lost amid the hoopla, euphoria and downright relief of Georgia Tech’s 42-38 come-from-behind win at Georgia Southern was a timely play by one of the Southern Crescent’s own.
Atlanta area brothers head up stats firm that will provide data to College Football Playoff selection committee
P&Z Board denies request that would allow a Dollar General store
Devin Hester danced like Deion Sanders on his way into the NFL record book, and the Atlanta Falcons routed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 56-14 Thursday at the Georgia Dome.
Mrs. Helen Sosby Jones, age 85, of McDonough, GA, passed away Wednesday, September 17, 2014.
Jean Berry Hockensmith, 89 of McDonough, Georgia died Saturday September 13, 2014.
Gordon State College is offering two opportunities to learn about earning a bachelor’s degree in human services through its innovative Weekend College.
Police charge Decatur man in car break-ins at hotels
Harry Douglas will be signing autographs
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Harry Douglas is coming home.
Members of the NJROTC at Union Grove High School honor National Prisoner of War and Missing in Action Recognition Day Friday.
Airport growth includes sixth runway, hotel.
Dollar General not coming to Locust Grove
McDONOUGH — Hundreds of Locust Grove residents crowded into the Henry County Administrative Building Thursday night armed with protest posters and an iron fist.
Clayton State University’s Spivey Hall has announced its 2014 holiday programming which boasts a special focus on Atlanta talent.