Anticipation will fill the auditorium of Eastside High School on Aug. 11 at 10 a.m. for the third annual Mister and Miss Covington Pageant. This year's theme is "Back to School."
Covington resident Shelley Campbell has traveled all over the world studying deadly diseases from the caves of Uganda to the town of Pune, India to the diverse country of South Africa. For her most recent work on a vaccine for Rift Valley Fever, a potentially lethal mosquito-borne disease that affects animals and humans, Campbell won the Charles C. Shepard Science Award for Laboratory Science.
For rising freshmen, the thought of the first day of high school may seem to be one of the most nerve wrecking moments of their young lives.
The Hot Rod's Diner of Social Circle is holding it's first car show from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 21. Residents can bring any type of car to the show.
The sound of musical medleys resonates through the Porter Auditorium of Newton High School. Girls and boys of the Arts Association of Newton County's Musical Theater Camp practice for their performance on Friday, July 20 at 7 p.m.
As an initiative to promote healthy active lifestyles, the Social Circle Better Hometown Program, Blue Willow Properties, Walton Wellness, Walton Health Care Foundation and Walton Foundation have partnered up to fund Project Road Share. The Social Circle Better Hometown Program was granted $6,036 for the project at the Social Circle Better Hometown Merchant Coffee on July 10; the money will be used to establish a bicycle trail at Blue Willow Village.
When local artist Andrew Sabori visited Ellis Island to find out more information about his ancestors, his encounter with a small photo of a mural would change his life.
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