Southern Crescent Technical College in Henry County recently celebrated an expansion with the completion of the second of eight buildings on campus.
A senate bill sponsored by Sen. Brian Strickland, R-McDonough, designed to extend protection for victims of human trafficking and enforce stricter penalties on the perpetrators was signed by Gov. Brian Kemp.
The Henry County Water Authority is hosting a customer appreciation event during this year’s Fix-A-Leak celebration.
State Rep. El-Mahdi Holly, D-McDonough, is supporting a referendum to lower to voting age in the state of Georgia from 18 to 17 years old.
The Henry County Extension Office will hold its fourth annual Henry County 4-H Pasta-Bilities Dinner and Fundraiser on Thursday, March 28 from 6:15 to 8 p.m. at Heritage Park in McDonough.
The newest business on The Square in McDonough has a story all its own – one of an independent book store that has brought new life into a historic building.
The Henry County Soil and Water Conservation District is partnering with the Henry County Board of Commissioners, Henry County Master Gardeners, Henry County Extension Office, McDonough NRCS Field Office and the cities of McDonough, Locust Grove, Hampton and Stockbridge to host its Annual Ar…
The Henry County Development Authority announced recently that Minneapolis-based consumer food maker and marketer General Mills will invest $8.5 million in its new state-of-the-art distribution facility on Westridge Parkway in McDonough.
The Henry County Police Department is asking the public for prayers and donations for a police officer, recovering at Grady Memorial Hospital after a single bullet from his weapon killed a suspect and hit his face Dec. 6.
Henry County recently paid tribute to one of its own who helped improve public safety in the Kelleytown area of McDonough.
Henry County first responders are on the scene of an officer involved shooting in the area of the 300 block of Jonesboro Road in McDonough.
Henry County and its cities will join active armed services personnel, first responders and civilians in thanking former members of the military for their service.
The nearly 20-year-old McDonough nonprofit A Friend’s House, a home for children in crisis, recently selected Tara Hall as its new executive director.
About 10,000 households in the Kelleytown area of McDonough will enjoy faster response time in emergencies now and lower insurance rates in the future.
Eagle’s Landing Middle School’s new principal, Teisha Waller, Ed.D., will be among the celebrants at a Community Night on Sept. 27 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Cobb based-Delta Community Credit Union, Georgia’s largest credit union with more than $5.7 billion in assets, announced it will add a third retail branch in Henry County.
McDonough kindergartner Treandos Thornton leads his own small bow-tie business, T&N Bow Ties and Apparel, which celebrated its first full year in business earlier this month.
Every time a local Publix, Kroger, Wal-Mart or Ingles customer takes home a clear plastic clamshell and unzips a strip to open the food within, a McDonough factory has contributed to that person’s protection against germs and tampering.
As cities across the metro Atlanta area and the U.S. did, starting last week, East Point and McDonough hosted events celebrating the life and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Ph.D.
LifeSouth Community Blood Centers still faces emergency need for all blood types, especially type O, and is asking the community to donate blood today.
Resurgens Spine Center, the largest spine specialty center in the state, welcomes Dr. Uzondu Agochukwu to Resurgens Orthopaedics’ McDonough location at 105 Regency Park Drive.
McDonough-based Southern Crescent Broadcasting, a local community television station reaching Henry County on Charter Channel 182, will debut its new show, “He Said, She Said,” in the spring.
Newport Beach, California-based Panattoni Development Co. will open an additional 1.55 million square feet of space at its Lambert Farms Logistics Park east of I-75 in McDonough next year.
On the McDonough Square through Oct. 31, the annual scarecrow contest hosted by the Greater McDonough Business Association and the McDonough Main Street program brings dozens of straw-based life forms to the heart of the city. Winners, announced Oct. 21, include McDonough Family Eye Care for…