November 9, 2015 by Max
The Jailhouse Brewing Company has outgrown its original location and is looking to expand its operation with a move to McDonough.
The brewing company, which took its name from its original location in downtown Hampton’s old jailhouse, needs more room and is ready to [Read more]
October 24, 2015 by Lisa
Management of Henry County is now in the hands of Lyndon Bonner, who officially began his first full week at his new job on Monday, October 12.
Bonner found out on October 6 that [Read more]
September 13, 2015 by Sarah
In August, three of the dogs graduating from a special dog training school were chosen from the [Read more]
August 3, 2015 by Max
An evening for residents of Henry County to meet, greet, and learn more about its police departments is being held in this week.
Henry County’s National Night Out is [Read more]
July 9, 2015 by Mark
A statue of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is being commissioned for the Georgia Capitol grounds, and Governor Nathan Deal announced that McDonough sculptor Andy Davis has been chosen to create it.
According to a [Read more]
June 26, 2015 by Sarah
Pupils from Eagle’s Landing Middle School were issued an invitation to meet with the country’s highest ranking physician during his recent trip to Atlanta, as a result of their report on [Read more]
May 18, 2015 by Lisa
Staples stores in the McDonough area have announced that they will be doing their part to honor Teacher Appreciation Week by returning a share of their supplies expenses in Staples Teacher Rewards.
Teachers enrolled in the [Read more]
April 29, 2015 by James
After a two-year absence, the Geranium Jam is returning to provide a grand finale to the 2015 Geranium Festival.
The year will mark the 38th appearance of [Read more]
March 30, 2015 by Mark
The expansion of the norfolk Southern Corporation’s training facility has been completed and the now larger facility has opened.
‘Railroad University’, as Norfolk Southern’s training center is [Read more]
February 27, 2015 by James
Keith Nichols, Chief of police for Henry County, has recently completed his annual continuing education and training requirements, suggesting that McDonough residents can rest easy in the [Read more]