A native of Hampton, Georgia, Joe Adgie has worked for the Valdosta Daily Times, Clayton News, Rockdale Citizen and Newton Citizen. Adgie joined the Henry Herald in April 2018.
Following opposition from nearby residents, a potential shopping center on the intersection of Kelleytown Road and Ga. Highway 155 was denied by the Henry County Board of Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday.
The McDonough City Council, taking moves similar to most of Henry County’s governments, have formally opposed a measure that would restrict local governments from enacting local design standards.
A Thai restaurant in McDonough has failed two health inspections in one month, with the follow-up inspection being graded lower than the initial one.
The Hampton City Council approved a motion that would ban smoking in all city-owned public parks in the Hampton city limits.
The Stockbridge Youth Council and Councilwoman Lakeisha Gantt encouraged self-love through the medium of art on Thursday.
The first South Metro Business Connection Happy Hour is coming soon.
The Georgia Department of Labor is partnering with a variety of organizations for a job fair next week.
Alphonso Thomas, Stockbridge mayor pro tem, will host the Sights and Sounds Black Cultural Museum Exhibit this Saturday.
The Hampton City Council voted against rezoning over 200 acres of land for a possible new subdivision in the southern part of the city.