Man charged with involuntary manslaughter
Henry County restaurant health scores for the week of July 20, 2015
This spring was a good one for Henry County sports. Between baseball, tennis, golf and track, nearly all schools participated in runs for state championships. Arguably the most successful athletes were on the track.
A final public hearing is scheduled this evening for the millage rate before city council is expected to vote after the hearing.
Car crash and fire being worked on southbound I-75 near mile marker 228. Avoid the area or expect delays.
Wrecks not a problem as long-time Masters driver Tina Johnson retires with Thursday Thunder championship
Thursday’s excitment took the back-burner when long-time driver Tina Johnson of Senoia took the microphone in front of the stands to thank the crowd, her crew and the staff at AMS.
Former Henry County Commissioner Gary Freedman just made his first court appearance after being arrested Friday on child sex charges.
Greater New Hope Christian Assembly has announced plans for its 2015 Book Bag Give-A-Way event Saturday.
Virlyn Slaton of Morrow passed away on July 21, 2015.
Sylvia Moss Lening age 71 of Ellenwood passed away July 17, 2015.
Mr. Seadee Jones passed July 20, 2015
Mrs. Marietta Regina Mashburn, age 69, of McDonough, passed away on July 21, 2015.
Moselle Hicks Phillips, 97, passed away on July 22, 2015.
Former Henry County commission Vice-Chairman Gary Freedman has been arrested on child molestation charges and is on his way to the Henry County Jail, the Henry Herald has learned.
Her name is Tuesday, but she’s a great girl any day of the week.
The Drug Court program, along with several other programs, assists those who can be helped beyond incarceration, with a tough nearly two-year journey that enables offenders to get beyond the addiction and/or mental illness that led to their criminal acts.
Stockbridge seniors unwilling to leave without a state championship
By now it’s no secret what the expectation out of the Stockbridge camp is.
DAR honors JROTC students in Henry County.
This honor is only the latest of the many bestowed upon McClellan since he joined the Columbus State Cougars as a sophomore last year.
The $1,000 grant comes from AgSouth Farm Credit, a Statesboro-based farm credit system that provides monies to American agriculture.