As far as U.S. interests are concerned, it is obvious that our policy should be to fight Islamist terrorist groups such as the Islamic State. But we should not lose sight of the fact that radical Islam, as a regionwide phenomenon, is an ideological force that cannot be bombed out of existence.
A U.S. aid worker who was infected with the deadly Ebola virus while working in West Africa is coming back to the United States to be treated in a high-security ward at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
Coffee shop encourages reading, friendship
McDONOUGH — Alicia Hodges started Story Time at Queen Bee Coffee Co. this summer because she said it was her favorite part of being a teacher.
Q: Is it true that century plants only bloom every 100 years?
Nearby state parks offer summer activities
STOCKBRIDGE — If anyone has ever dreamed of being able to shoot a bow like “Hunger Games’” Katniss Everdeen, now’s the chance.
Henry County Schools Transportation Services has gotten an early start to the new school year with inspections and planning meetings.
Two Stockbridge teenagers face charges in a burglary caught on home surveillance cameras.
Henry County public safety agencies are co-hosting the annual National Night Out Tuesday in McDonough.
LOCUST GROVE — Relevant Church is helping get kids ready for school.
Marsy is one of those nondescript black Lab mixes who so often get overlooked at the animal shelter.
Nina Kendall was recently recognized as Georgia’s History Teacher of the Year by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
Dig out those photos from the vacation at the lake or head out to a river this weekend and shoot fresh scenes to create entries for a contest aimed at showcasing metro Atlanta’s waterways and natural habitat.
The EMP Museum in Seattle will hit you with a wave of music video history from your youth.
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Rapper T.I. is expected to participate in area back-to-school event.
Be on the lookout for increased police presence this weekend, said officials.