McDonough’s first pocket park opens to public
by Christine Fonville
August 27, 2015 09:07 AM | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend
McDonough residents can now stop to relax on benches and enjoy watching a flowing fountain at the city’s first mini-park, located at the corners of Cleveland and Bryan streets near the Square. City Councilwoman Gail Notti, who donated the marble fountain in honor of her parents A. J. “Cap” Welch and Cola Pope Welch, said she wants the 7,000-square-foot Bryan-Cleveland Neighborhood Pocket Park to inspire a feeling of togetherness. “I hope this park is a sustainable reminder that a se...
Hampton is Georgia’s 91st certified local government
The historic preservation division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources recently announced the city of Hampton is Georgia’s 91st certified local government. The National Park Service, U.S...
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Column: Solitude is one of life’s necessities
Q: You often say it’s important to spend time away from technology and in solitude. That sounds good, but it’s not feasible for me at this point in my life. I am very active in my community as a vo...
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Confederate Flag
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Should the Confederate flag be displayed on government property?