Academy for Advanced Studies CEO John Uesseler escorted State School Superintendent Richard Woods through the East wing of the college and career academy.
Schools chief visits local college, career academy
Officials welcomed State Superintendent Richard Woods to Henry County Schools’ college and career academy Thursday.
BOE appoints replacements for long-serving principals Debbie Collins, Chrisit Peterman
Leaders said they are a step closer to improving disciplinary practices in Henry County Schools.
Local teacher an ambassador for art education
The art studio is small but well-attended.
Luella High’s John Wood has been named a finalist for Georgia’s 2016 Teacher of the Year.
Event raises money for A Friend’s House
A Friend’s House is hosting its signature event — the 14th Annual Taste of Henry April 17.
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Eagle’s Landing High will host its annual spring plant sale in the school greenhouse Monday through Wednesday.
Lane Adams danced to gospel music while eating a hot dog Saturday at the Griffin First Assembly McDonough campus Easter celebration on the Square.
Eagle’s Landing Middle’s Treble Choir, Mixed Choir and Beginning Choir performed for their Large Group Performance Evaluations March 24-25 at Harp’s Crossing in Fayetteville.
Pleasant Grove Elementary celebrated multiculturalism during an event in which teachers, students and parents dressed in attire reflecting their native cultures.
National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced that three Henry County residents were winners in the National Achievement Scholarship Program.
Students remain optimistic they can produce fully functional prosthetic hands for a pair of their younger peers by year’s end.
This week has been bitter-sweet for Deborah Brown, who has used the words before to describe successful events with Henry County Schools Special Olympics.
Teens urged to be safe, responsible as prom season approaches
Ola High teacher Liz Ellenburg spoke about her teenage daughter who died in a motor-vehicle accident.
Henry Players prepare for new musical in new spot
Like Dorothy in the “Wizard of Oz,” the Henry Players have been clicking their heels looking for a home.
- Christians, cut the complaining - Gabriel Stovall
- Children’s plays to tell the story of Christmas
- 'Customer service doesn't end at work'
- Festival draws crowds at Eagle’s Landing First Baptist
- Couple married nearly 74 years
- CinderSilly takes children, adults on dramatic adventures
- Clayton, Henry small ministries making big impact
- Sock monkeys for Jesus
- Training aimed at keeping churches safe
- 5K walk set for Saturday
Food and Recipes
- Chevy’s Diner and Pub to become KirbyG’s 2 comments
- St. Patty’s Day Crawl set for Saturday
- Girl Scouts collect books to help kids
- Fresh fruit, vegetable sales ongoing in McDonough
- COUPON QUEEN: Retailers weigh in on coupon etiquette
- Just Loaf’n returns to Stockbridge
- COUPON QUEEN: Shopping with one eye on the other guy’s cart 1 comment
- Dinner, kisses, flowers, stir emotions of love
- COUPON QUEEN: The reality behind ‘extreme couponing’
- COUPON QUEEN: Breaking bad: When shoppers abuse coupons
Home and Garden
- Houses show the love for birds, sports
- Arbor Day tree giveaway Friday
- Master Gardeners host tour of Henry County gardens
- Volunteers, park staff renovate Stone Pavilion
- Annual seedling giveaway set for Friday
- Patrick Henry garden offers interactive science lessons
- Clayton State recycling program flourishes
- McDonough group hosts ‘Millard Fuller Legacy Build’
- Garden group hosts 'Assisted Living Day'