After 38 years of service, one of the Covington Fire Department's most "honest" and "experienced" employees has retired from the department.
Nearly 50 car break-ins have been reported to the Covington Police Department over the past few days at a number of residences in the area of Old Monticello and Monticello streets.
A former Alcovy High School student, who along with his twin brother has been self-sufficient and living on his own since age 16, is aggressively pursuing a college degree, despite high tuition costs and expensive housing.
Several activities mark the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday throughout the weekend in Newton County.
A Newton High School freshman will soon travel to the nation's capital for an honors-only program that will focus on teaching aspiring medical professionals more about medical science and honor some of America's highest-achieving high school students.
Several members of the Covington Family Y reportedly saw a man break into two vehicles and then leave the scene with stolen items Thursday.
A mom reported to a Newton County Sheriff's Office deputy that her 15-year-old son was beaten up by a 16-year-old fellow Newton High School student after track practice at the school.
The Covington Police Department has made an arrest in a string of strong-arm robberies in which a man police described as a "predator" allegedly robbed and attacked several female escorts.
Payments for a number of school-related activities may soon be accepted online.
A father reported that a group of teens allegedly threatened his daughter at his home and via Facebook Sunday.
Graduation rates reported for Newton High School and the Newton County School System have increased after an adjustment made by the Georgia Department of Education.
Officers with the Covington Police Department arrested a man on disorderly conduct charges after he and his girlfriend reportedly got into an argument after her 2-year-old son became intoxicated while in his care.
A Flint Hill Elementary School student was charged with terroristic threats after allegedly threatening to kill another student with a knife.
Flint Hill Elementary School students, faculty and community residents walked a newly paved running and walking track in silence Friday afternoon in memory of Jonah Barnett, a former student who died last year after a nearly lifelong battle with brain cancer.
Two volunteer groups are teaming up to hold a community service event to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s commitment to service.