Happy Thanksgiving from the entire staff of Henry Herald, your community newspaper.
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Twins play their final seasons together
They say playing football is like becoming part of a big brotherhood. Although they play football for many varied reasons, Dominique and Daniel Joseph, Jeremy and Justin Howard and Pierce and Parker Brewer didn’t need the sport join a brotherhood. They already had that taken care of. Each of them was born with a twin.
Amy Woodham Pitts was shot Nov. 14 and her mother spoke out about her death.
Residents voice support of proposal at public hearing
Most of the proposed cuts to the city’s 2016 budget were not well received by council members, but several citizens were in favor of the proposal during Tuesday’s public hearing.
Henry County’s most wanted.
A Riverdale teen allegedly highjacked a vehicle and stole food from a Waffle House.
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The Tigers scored 41 one points the first quarter, added 26 by halftime, and won the game 101-50. No team in Stockbridge history had ever scored 90 points, let alone 100.
Naomi is a stocky spaniel
ELCA and Hampton weren’t alone in celebrating the early signing period. Congratulations to the following signees!
Mrs. Rose Marie Hammett, age 76 of Jonesboro passed away November 21, 2015.
John William Bill Miller (January 28, 1929 - November 22, 2015 ) John William (Bill) Miller, 86, of Woodbury, Georgia passed away Sunday, November 22, 2015 at Molena Extended Care in Molena, Georgia.
Barbara T. Stevens, age 72, of Hampton, GA died Saturday, November 21, 2015.
Kathryn Kitty Smith Lee, age 86, passed away on Saturday, November 21.
Pastor Robert Vines and members of The Ole Country Church, 2649 Ga. 155 N. in McDonough, invites the community to a special Christmas singing Dec. 6 at 6 p.m.
Some changes in sanitation pick up
All city and county buildings will be closed on Thursday and Friday, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Thompson did not violate city charter, said investigator
The investigator hired by city council to determine if Mayor Tim Thompson violated the city charter, says most of what came forth during the investigation was “the stuff of politics, and was very much personality driven.”
The Henry Herald chose Eagle’s Landing Christian middle hitter Lynnlee Mather as the 2015 Volleyball Player of the Year.
The Herald’s 2015 all-county team.