Lighting the square (slideshow)
Newton College & Career Academy's Shark Tank
Generally Speaking A General Lee Story
Covington celebrated Veteran's Day with its annual celebration on the Square hosted by the American Legion.
The art of Soap with Barbara Alexander
a look around town through the camera
American Legion celebration
The Covington Garden Club
Washington Street Community Center Casino Royale Fundraiser.
Halloween on the square (slideshow)
Tales of a Haunted House
Here is the video from Monday's public hearing on the 2050 Plan Baseline Ordinance. The meeting begins at 8 minutes into the video. There will be a total of five public hearings, with the next one scheduled for Thursday at Mansfield Elementary.
A conversation with a few of this year's attendees.
With hips swinging and feet tapping, residents grooved to Friday's rousing concert on the Square.
a look around the community and the celebrations
While hosting the ongoing little league district tournament for the first time, Newton teams continue to prosper by winning games, as they all look to win the district championship.
Some 300 miles southeast of Atlanta, Georgia lies a city both rich in history and culture. Savannah, Georgia is the oldest city in the state of Georgia and the county seat of Chatham County. Savannah was established in 1733 and was the first state capital of Georgia.
About 90 people joined James and Audrey Usry at their home in Social Circle to meet and greet U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue and his wife Bonnie Thursday.
Summer officially hits this Sunday, but temperatures are already buzzing into the mid to high 90s all week. Send us your sweltering summer photos to be featured in this Sunday's edition.
The annual "we ride to provide" was held in Porterdale Georgia Saturday.
The Georgia International Horse Park turned into a course of mud, barbed wire and ropes for the Metro BattleFrog Obstacle Course Race last weekend.
Zip line Adventure at North Georgia Canopy Tours
The Newton County Arts Association's final spring concert on the Square entertained residents Thursday. The John Brown Quartet rounded out the season's five performances, playing familiar hits from the 1960's and 70's such as "Mustang Sally."