McDonough gardeners donate tons of produce to pant...
by Christine Fonville
06:52 PM, Wednesday, July 30
Two McDonough gardeners are using land provided by the nonprofit Henry County Community Gardens and a do-it-yourself irrigation system to help feed the hungry. Brian Bouts and Max Breckenridge, both members of the community gardens and Wesley Way ...

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Jobless rate up in county, metro, state
The Georgia Department of Labor announced last week Henry County’s unemployment rate rose to 7.9 percent in June, up ...
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McDonough sporting goods company gives back to community
Henry County families enjoyed a day of fishing and grilling last week thanks to the Atlanta branch of Maurice Sportin...
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National Night Out set for Tuesday
In a news release Wednesday, the Sandy Springs Police Department announced it and Target are teaming up for the 31st ...
05:03 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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Decatur Police release burglary prevention video
In an effort to keep homeowners safe and aware, the Decatur Police Department has released a burglary prevention vide...
04:18 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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Free soccer tournament Saturday in Doraville
Come and participate in a free soccer tournament Saturday at Honeysuckle Park, 3037 Pleasant Valley Drive in Doravill...
03:32 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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Woman attacked as she walked on Silver Comet Trail, deputi...
The Paulding County Sheriff's Office today was searching for a man who reportedly violently attacked a woman as she w...
03:05 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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Parts of Peachtree Road transformation stalled
Buckhead residents and stakeholders concerned about the proposed “road diet” for portions of Peachtree Road will have...
02:23 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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Police officer pay under fire in Douglasville
Douglasville’s city manager and police chief have begun meeting about issues surrounding the recruitment, employment ...
01:33 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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Drug funds to help enhance sheriff’s arsenal
The Douglas County Sheriff's Department will soon receive additional crime-fighting weapons which are essentially bei...
01:23 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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Commitee: Buckhead church's rectory follows city codes
The Atlanta Neighborhood Planning Unit B zoning committee has issued a non-binding opinion favoring a Buckhead church...
01:21 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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PEER PERFECTION: Douglas chamber salutes small business aw...
The Douglas County Chamber of Commerce recognized the important role small businesses play in the county’s economy la...
01:10 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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OTP merges traditional, modern
Sal Mangino, owner of OTP Tap & Grill at 1475 Holcomb Bridge Road, was looking for something different in a head cook...
12:41 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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Roswell designer transforms homes
Roswell resident Tamara Smolyansky was working as a freelance writer when she kept noticing she would find herself ge...
12:33 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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West Nile Virus reported at four county parks
The Georgia Division of Public Health has notified the Fulton County Department of Health Services that mosquito samp...
12:28 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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Nonprofit collects book bags, school supplies for homeless
Children’s Restoration Network, a Roswell-based nonprofit, is wrapping up its 20th annual Back 2 School program, whic...
12:17 PM, Wednesday, July 30
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