Locust Grove News
Ronald Dale Kirby, age 70, of Dallas, Georgia passed away May 8, 2019. Memorial Service will be held at 5:00 pm on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at West Cobb Funeral Home and Crematory Chapel in Marietta, GA. Ronald was preceded in death by his parents Alden and Dora Kirby of Concord, TN, three bro…
Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, a Habitat for Humanity affiliate, has rallied community partners in an effort to make the home of fallen Locust Grove Police Officer, Chase Maddox, more accessible for his son.
Southern Fusion Dining, formerly Heaven Café, announced they will host their official rebrand launch event on Friday, March 15 at 5 p.m. to celebrate the rebranding of their restaurant. During the launch event, the public is invited to enjoy the new dining experience, refreshed restaurant an…
UPDATE 5:15 p.m.: Henry County Police Department Captain Joey Smith released the following statement,"On February 18, 2019 at noon, Henry County 911 received a call of a possible body located in the Tussahaw Water Tussahaw. Henry County Fire and Water Rescue units were able to safely recover…
The Henry County Board of Commissioners and the City of Locust Grove will host a road dedication ceremony on February 8 at 11 a.m. dedicating a portion of Peeksville Rd. in honor of the late James W. Lemon with the unveiling of road markers.
Henry County was a jurisdiction full of turmoil and change as a new city was on the horizon, Stockbridge infighting continued, police departments mourned a fallen officer and faced controversy, residents heard about a futuristic transit system and elected offices changed hands. Here are some…
For the 15th year, Henry County Schools’ third-graders bookend their fall break with field trips promoting science, technology, engineering and math studies.
The Cobb County Genealogy Society will have its monthly meeting on Aug. 28 from 7 to 8 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church of Marietta, 189 Church Street in Marietta.
According to a news release, White Plains, New York-based footwear, accessories, women’s apparel and jeans company Nine West Holdings Inc. recently filed for bankruptcy.
The wrestling state championships, start of the basketball state playoffs and Signing Day completed a full week of prep sports activities for local programs.
The region play portion of the prep basketball regular season has concluded with teams vying for a spot in the state playoffs.
Henry County’s home doubleheader against Luella in a Region 4AAAA contest on Friday highlights the local prep basketball action this upcoming week.
Formerly kicking off the “Nutcracker” season before Thanksgiving, East Point’s Ballethnic Dance Co.’s “Urban Nutcracker” with its Reggae Ragdolls, Black Russians, Brown Sugar and Chocolatier is keeping patrons on their toes by changing once again.
Small Business Saturday, now in its seventh year since credit card company American Express launched it in 2010 as a way to support mom-and-pop shops, has been embraced by Henry County retailers and shoppers.
According to the mission statement of Luella High School’s softball program, the Locust Grove school wants to teach the fundamentals and skills of the game through its PRIDE initiative.