If things satisfied, wouldn’t Americans be the most satisfied people on Earth? We have more stuff than any generation before ours. The overflow we deposit in rented public storage units. The stock market is up substantially, but we want it to go higher with no bursting bubble this time. Then what?
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Jordan Long finds himself leading No. 1 ELCA
Jordan Long wasn’t expecting this, but he was ready.
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STOCKBRIDGE — A McDonough jazz musician will be appearing in Stockbridge this week.
ATLANTA — It’s time to run or dye this weekend.
Emmerson looks like a senior dog because of the white on his muzzle, but this chocolate lab mix is not an old boy at all. He likes being outside and knows the “sit” command. To check out Emmerson, ask about 10-5/2942 (G39) at the Henry County Animal Care and Control Shelter, 527 Hampton St. (Ga. Hwy. 20/81) McDonough. The shelter is normally open 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8 a.m.-noon Saturday; however, due to the Thanksgiving holiday, it will be closed until Monday, Dec. 2. Call 770-288-7387(PETS), or visit the website at petfinder.com.
STOCKBRIDGE — Three pieces of local legislation for the City of Stockbridge will be introduced to state lawmakers in the next legislative session in January.
McDONOUGH — As people are shopping for holiday gifts, Shining Light Ministries, a non-profit recovery program for women, is hoping for a few gifts that will help them help women throughout the year.
Shop offers freshly roasted coffee and homemade desserts
McDONOUGH — After several months or rehabbing the small house on Griffin Street, Queen Bee Coffee Company has officially opened its doors.
Mrs. Betty Sue Blankenship
McDONOUGH — The Andrew McBride Chapter NSDAR will host a Pearl Harbor Service Dec. 7 beginning at 12:45 in the recreation building at Heritage Park.
The Locust Grove Police Department welcome two new officers at the city council meeting Monday. From left, Adam Marlowe and his wife Emily holds their son, John David and Trent Anderson stands with his wife, Jennifer and their son, KZ. (Staff Photo: Heather Middleton)
McDONOUGH — Phillips Drive is now open to the public, although is not quite complete.
McDONOUGH — The second hotdog fundraiser to benefit a Kroger grocery store employee will be held at Kroger on Jonesboro Rd. in McDonough, Saturday from 11 a..m. until 5 p.m.
Area players shine in state rivalry game
ATLANTA — Georgia Bulldog fans liken Georgia Tech to their little pesky brother that shouldn’t get taken seriously. But the Yellow Jackets, though in defeat, played like a sibling that grew up a bit, right in front of big brother’s eyes.
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Jessica Couch’s faith was just as important as her softball as she made her college decision.
Assembly to focus on writing rules for a called Article V Convention
McDONOUGH — State Representative Andy Welch will attend an Assembly at Mount Vernon, George Washington’s home, Dec. 7 for a discussion on writing rules to propose amendments to the United States Constitution, also called an Article V Convention.
For the second straight season, the Stockbridge Tigers football team stepped up to the cusp of becoming a major state championship contender before being denied.