A teen reported this week that a group of males attacked him and took his cellphone in front of his home.
The congregation of the historic Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Covington is moving. And though the relocation is seen as a step forward for the congregation, some members are unhappy to leave the historic site behind.
Covington police are investigating two thefts at Holiday Inn Express, one of which left a hotel guest without his vehicle.
Incumbent Chris Smith will serve another four-year term in the Covington City Council Post 1 East seat.
In commemoration of Veterans Day, Nov. 11, several local events are scheduled.
Seven students were arrested and face felony charges in connection with fighting at Newton High School Monday.
Covington police officers arrested a man, who reportedly was staying at the Garden of Gethsemane homeless shelter, for allegedly attempting to steal several metal items from the shelter and $150,000 worth of scrap metal from a recycling center Saturday.
A deputy with the Newton County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to Stone Road Softball Complex in Oxford just before 7 p.m. Sunday after several reports of someone entering vehicles.
A woman told authorities that a group of juveniles damaged her vehicle as she rode past them on Halloween night.
Dozens of parents and other community residents gathered at Newton High School Saturday morning to learn how they can help improve the education of Newton's students.
Students are encouraged to get pens, paper and thoughts ready to write an essay for the Main Street Covington and Covington News 2013 Thanksgiving Essay Competition.
Covington Police arrested a Mansfield man, who reportedly tried to conceal his identity, after he was recognized by an officer who knew him from high school.
Little goblins, princesses and superheroes whose parents may not want them going door-to-door this Halloween have some trick-or-treating options.
Community members put on their best attire and played casino-themed games for a cause at the Washington Street Community Center's eighth annual Casino Night.
Ruth Walker's message to anyone who is battling breast cancer: "Don't think there is no hope."