Piedmont Henry opens obstetric emergency department
Piedmont Henry Hospital recently opened a new obstetric emergency department dedicated to treating emergency, urgent and unexpected prenatal and postpartum issues of expecting mothers 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This new department is the first and only OB-ED in Henry County. Read the full article: Henry... Read more
Bill introduced to require screening for dyslexia
State Representative Sandra Scott, D-Rex, recently introduced House Bill 40, which would require local school systems to conduct screenings for dyslexia. Read the full article: Henry Herald Read more
Henry County honored for farm to school programs
Henry County Schools are being acknowledged at the platinum level for farm-to-school programs such as hands-on food and garden education, supporting the local economy through local food purchases for school meals and fighting childhood obesity and other preventable, food-related diseases. Read the full article: Henry Herald  Read more
Nonprofit provides beds to children in need
Lyrics of the first verse of the Christmas classic “Silent Night” include the words “sleep in heavenly peace,” referencing the birth of Jesus Christ. That is also now the name of a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free beds for children who don’t have them. Read the full article:... Read more
Changes to Henry special ed classes anger parents
Parents of special needs students in Henry County are angry and frustrated over an announcement Monday from Superintendent Mary Elizabeth Davis concerning the district’s plan to restructure special needs classes. Read the full article: Henry Herald  Read more

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