Thousands of people from throughout Georgia flocked to the historic downtown McDonough Square Saturday. Were you spotted?
SPLOST IV talks continue
The Fairview community may be somewhat of a hidden treasure, but if community leaders have their way, it won’t be hidden very long.
McDONOUGH — Locust Grove High School teacher Abbey Brown and her husband Ben Brown were browsing in a local shop when he saw a chandelier he liked.
This Saturday, the 36th annual Geranium Festival will draw huge crowds from all across Georgia to downtown McDonough to experience one of the biggest festivals the state has to offer.
Local cancer patient wants to help others
Eleven-year-old Briana Colin of Hampton has spent most of her life battling a disease that has once again reared its ugly head, and now she and her family are determined to do help others like her fight for their lives.
In a move that is being described as business-friendly, the city of Stockbridge will be removing a trash collection fee from home-based businesses.
A sculpture of American patriot Patrick Henry, for whom Henry County is named, may be coming to downtown McDonough and the city of Stockbridge is leading the fundraising effort.
At least one resident is upset with the way Stockbridge officials formed the city’s new Downtown Development Authority.
Stockbridge unveils fiber optic venture
City leaders could barely contain their excitement Monday evening as they announced a $15 million investment and 38 new jobs coming to Stockbridge as part of a major fiber optic network.
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STOCKBRIDGE — While the city continues efforts with the Atlanta Regional Commission to rewrite and clarify Stockbridge’s sign ordinance, officials are taking a stand against illegal snipe signs.
Henry County police are working to identify two men wanted for robbing a Shell station on Jonesboro Road Thursday.
Two Locust Grove High School students were arrested this week, accused of assaulting several teachers and faculty members who tried to break up a fight.
Poised to invest in technical college
While the city of McDonough is poised to make an investment in higher education, those plans are in holding pattern as city leaders wait for the county to unveil its intentions for SPLOST monies.
McDONOUGH — The Kelleytown Park Project will receive almost $200,000 in transferred SPLOST III funds.