Top ten posts of 2020: Six to Ten

As 2020 draws to a close, Moving Henry Forward likes to recap the year through some of our biggest stories. Here’s a look at our top ten posts of the year, as decided by our readers and the number of views on individual articles.

I count down numbers six through ten in this post. Check back next week for numbers one through five.

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10. Ferrero opens McDonough distribution center

Moving Henry Forward was the first to report the opening of a new distribution center in McDonough. Ferrero USA, Inc. began operations this fall at 875 Highway 42 South. The company created two-hundred fifty jobs.

9. Party questions for June 9 primary

Several of our top posts this year involve the 2020 elections, starting with number nine. The political parties polled their respective voters during the June 9 primary.

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8. Tax Allocation District referendum in November

Voters considered a tax district question in November, and made the related article number 8 on our list. Because the ballot question passed, county commissioners have a new tool to finance projects.

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7. Henry County adopts Safer-at-Home ordinance

In the spring, when coronavirus was first making headlines, the Henry County Board of Commissioners and four cities worked together to adopt a Safer-at-Home ordinance. Consequently, the county’s action was superseded by a statewide order only a few hours after being passed.

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6. Home Depot opens Locust Grove Distribution Center

In August, Home Depot announced a new distribution center in Locust Grove. The new facility plans to employ six-hundred associates. The distribution center, located off Georgia 42, started operations in December.

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