The lowest price for regular fuel is $3.09 at Marathon, located at 1814 Ga. Highway 11 S near Ga. Highway 142.
While some may be dreaming of a white Christmas, Porterdale is tuning up for another TUBACHRISTMAS.
A beaming Nell Caudle, of Covington, picked up her $1,000 prize as the grand prize winner in a holiday drawing sponsored by Food Depot.
If you're looking for some family entertainment dressed in holiday style this weekend, you can find it in your own back yard.
A Covington woman and a Conyers man got special early visits from Santa this week.
The Eastside wrestling team defeated the Henry County Warhawks at Eastside's gymnasium on Wednesday night by the score of 63-12.
Mrs. Louise Shropshire, 89, of Covington passed away Dec. 4, at the age of 89. Mrs. Shropshire was considered a good friend by many people. She cherished her family dearly and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Lanny Moody of Covington, 54, beloved husband, father and grandfather, died suddenly Dec. 3. Mr. Moody was born in Covington in 1959. He had many passions in life, one of which was sharing the gospel and bringing people to Christ. Through his outgoing personality and his comedic skills, he demonstrated God's love through fun and laughter and was able to touch so many lives through his ministry, Upside Down Comedy.
A Covington man, an employee at Pratt Industries, died Wednesday evening after getting caught in a conveyer belt at the company's bio-energy plant.
The lowest price for regular fuel is $3.09 at Kroger, located at 5341 Ga. Highway 20 S near Brown Bridge Road.
A memorial service for Newborn Mayor Roger Sheridan, who passed away yesterday will be announced at a later time, according to his family. Sheridan's family appreciates all that friends and family of the late mayor have done, as well as the outpouring of prayers and sympathy from the public.
The lowest price for regular fuel is $3.07 at Marathon, located at 1032 Dixie Road and Ga. Highway 142.
Towering high above even the Christmas tree atop the main entrance at Newton Medical Center, a construction crane on Monday morning delivered a very precious piece of cargo to the medical center, its brand-new Philips Ingenia 1.5 Tesla magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine. The $1 million MRI apparatus will offer a broader range of diagnostic imaging and will be faster and less constricting for patients, said Jim Weadick, administrator and CEO of Newton Medical Center. ...
Newborn Mayor Roger Sheridan died at Athens Regional Medical Center Tuesday, after suffering a heart attack Friday.
The Alcovy football team's season came to an abrupt end as it fell to Winder-Barrow for the second time this year 17-10 on Friday night at Homer Sharp Stadium.
DURHAM, N.C. - Tashard Choice picked up his sixth 100-yard game of the season Saturday, running for 170 yards and two touchdowns to lead Georgia Tech to a 41-24 victory over Duke in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Two men were injured and most of the building housing Burgess Amusement and Special Events was destroyed Friday night in a blazing inferno.
Annie Mae Harper, 63, of Newborn, died Nov. 8 at Newton Medical Center. The daughter of the late Amos Ralston and Freida Wade Lance Harper, she was born in Fulton County. Mrs. Harper was the glue that held the family together.
Mrs. Louise Spearman, 98, of Covington, died Nov. 9. The daughter of the late Tommy Lee and Mary Loyd Wagner, she was born in 1908. Mrs. Spearman was the oldest member of Shiloh Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School and served as pianist.
Frances Elaine Spears, 58, of Conyers, died Nov. 9. Spears loved attending her church and teaching Sabbath School. She enjoyed camping with friends and giving herself to family and loved ones. She was much loved and will be greatly missed by all.
Michael T. Daniecki, 49, of Covington, died Nov. 5. A native of Michigan, Mr. Daniecki had been a resident of Covington for 35 years. For six years he owned and operated Reliable Plumbing Co. He was a member of Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church but attended Central Community Church. Mr. Daniecki was an avid Georgia Bulldog and Falcon football fan.
Friday night was a bad one for traffic violators in Newton County as members of the Newton County Sheriff's Office arrested five and handed out 34 tickets at two roadblocks.
While it's still too early to tell if the water conservation awareness efforts of county water utilities have had an effect, authorities are optimistic that they will be able to decrease water consumption county-wide by 10 percent as mandated by Governor Sonny Perdue.
Last week, on the first Tuesday of November, America quietly observed an occasion which pretty much sets our system of government and our way of life apart from any other: election day. Surely next year, with a presidential race under way, the spiffy new voting machines will get more of a workout.
It does not look likely that the city of Covington will play host to the Tour de Georgia in 2008.
A man who has been deployed overseas before, U.S. National Guard Corporal Mark Gagne understands what a care package from back home can mean. Which is why he elected to take part in Chick-fil-A's Support Our Troops Fundraiser for Operation Sandbox.
Sharp Learning Center students and faculty as well as local veterans and elected officials participated in the school's fifth annual Veterans Day appreciation program Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Carter of Oxford announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Candace Renee to Mr. Justin David Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. (Elizabeth) Parker celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with friends and family at a reception given by their children and their families Oct. 21. They were married at Julia A. Porter Methodist Church, Oct. 18, 1957, with her brother the Rev. Clarence Lamar Cawthon performing the ceremony.