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Law enforcement job fair Oct. 20 at GPTC Newton campus

Georgia Piedmont Technical College (GPTC) hosts a Law Enforcement Recruiting Day and Job/Career Fair, Monday, Oct. 20, 9 a.m. to noon, at the GPTC Covington Campus at 8100 Bob Williams Parkway, Covington, Ga. 30014 in the Exhibit Hall.

October 19, 2014 | Staff Report | LOCAL

Spider-Man and Captain America at Mall st Stonecrest

Marvel superheroes Spider-Man and Captain America will appear on Saturday, October 25 at noon at the Mall at Stonecrest. Fans of The Avengers are invited to meet Spider-Man and Captain America up close and personal during this exclusive Atlanta appearance.

October 19, 2014 | Staff Report | LIFE

Scary Tales & Trails and more (slideshow)

Photos from Scary Tales & Trails at Chimney Park and Witches Night Out on the Square.

October 19, 2014 | Darrell Everidge | LOCAL

Our Thoughts: Teacher of the year

Congratulations Kenneth Hanson. It's a great honor and great testament to your hard work that you were named Newton County School System's 2015 Teacher of the Year.

October 18, 2014 | | Our Thoughts

Letter: BOC continues to lack vision and leadership

Dear editor

October 18, 2014 | Aaron Brooks | Letters

Cushman: Exercise, routine and life

While new and novel might be exciting, routine and habit can help create a structure and framework for success. From eating breakfast, brushing our teeth or exercising every day, much of our lives are driven by routine. This reliance on routine behavior can startle us when we are driving and find ourselves not at our planned destination, but at our routine destination.

October 18, 2014 | Jackie Gingrich Cushman | Columnists

Cohen: A president lacking menace

Tell me something: What do you think would happen if the United States concludes that Iran has been cheating and delaying and is about to pop a fully functional nuclear weapons program? Would President Obama respond by joining Israel to bomb the Iranian nuclear facilities to smithereens - or would he stall and equivocate? My bet is the latter and so, just to double down, is what I bet the Iranians are betting. They have taken the measure of Obama. He lacks menace.

October 18, 2014 | Staff Report | Columnists

Williams: Officially killing Americans

The Food and Drug Administration can make two types of errors. It can approve a drug that has dangerous unanticipated side effects, or it can reject or delay approval of a drug that is safe and effective. Let's look at these errors, because to err on the side of under- or over-caution is costly.

October 18, 2014 | Walter Williams | Columnists

Rasmussen: Lottery lies fuel distrust of government

It's a little thing, but it bugs me a lot.

October 18, 2014 | Scott Rasmussen | Columnists

Partnership to improve school success

The Newton County Board of Education entered into an agreement to partner with the Newton County Community Partnership with a purpose of improving the school success and qualified workforce of Newton County.

October 18, 2014 | Martin Rand | Education

Full shopping plaza sets tone for county

As Newton County continues to grow commercially, a key component of growth will be the use of its already built shopping plaza and commercial buildings.

October 18, 2014 | Staff Report | Business

Reconciliation to prepare for Communion or Confirmation

Participating in Penance, also known as Reconciliation, is a significant part of the growing process for Christians across the globe.

October 18, 2014 | Staff Report | RELIGION

Stephens: Miracles still happen, at times in new ways

Decades had come and gone, and for Russ McElveen it seemed that there were important people in his family he would never see again. Then came the miracles of the past year or so that brought a son and two sisters back into his life. After 60 years he made contact with two of his sisters and after 45 years he was reconnect with a son. Have you ever thought that someone was gone from your life forever.

October 18, 2014 | E. Wiley Stephens | Columnists

Burnham: Examine your heart

How's your heart?

October 18, 2014 | William Burnham | Columnists

Athletes of the week: 10/13

Tyra Holingsworth and Ciara Bryan (again) have been selected as the athletes of the week for their respective schools Alcovy and Newton. These two players stood out amongst their peers. Eastside played away on Friday and the Eagles' Athlete of the Week will be named at CovNews.com on Monday.

October 18, 2014 | Shakeem Holloway | Alcovy

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Washington Street storage units burglarized

Burglars struck Washington Street self-storage units last week, removing large household items as well as smaller personal things, according to Covington Police Department reports.

July 06, 2008 | Michelle Kim | Archives

Real estate agent to run for Dist. 95

After an unsuccessful run for the Georgia Senate in 2004, real estate agent Toney Collins has decided to give it another go, this time with a run for the state's House of Representatives.

July 06, 2008 | Rachel Oswald | Archives

Oxford's best and brightest

Newton County has seen its share of changes over the past 50 years. Businesses have come and gone and politicians have rotated in and out of public office.

July 06, 2008 | Josh Briggs | Archives

Man accused of killing his roommate arraigned Thursday

Abel Torres, 28, accused of killing his roommate in the Trelawney subdivision and arrested while on the run in Birmingham, Ala., was arraigned in Newton County Superior Court Thursday.

July 06, 2008 | Michelle Kim | Archives

The independence we celebrate

A declaration made 232 years ago in Pennsylvania crafted with fewer than 1,500 words scrawled on a piece of parchment is the cornerstone of our identity as a country.

July 04, 2008 | Robby Byrd | Archives

Hart's a story to remember

The celebration of our Declaration of Independence has gotten lost in buying fireworks and selling mattresses. Of course, every holiday has become the setting for a mattress sale. One day, some game show host will ask what we celebrate on Presidents Day and the answer will be sales of mattresses.

July 04, 2008 | Harris Blackwood | Archives

Let freedom ring

It's sometimes hard to imagine the courage that a group of men from 13 colonies 232 years ago gathered to argue the benefits of those colonies becoming one nation.

July 04, 2008 | Staff Report | Archives

Have a safe, happy holiday

Today is a holiday for us here at The Covington News. The staff and their families are out celebrating this grand day.

July 04, 2008 | Staff Report | Archives

Presence of death is real

We are continuing our look at Psalm 23. In this article we come to verse 4, "Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me."

July 04, 2008 | John Pearrell | Archives

Dominoes anyone?

I came across an old box of dominoes. Before I knew it, I found myself lining up the tiles like tiny soldiers. The line marched right to the edge of the table before curling around until the last tile faced me. I leaned over to inspect my handiwork. Too close and the pieces would tumble. Too far apart and it would suddenly end. Numerous adjustments led to a sense of satisfaction. Finally, I let my finger tap the first tile. A steady beat of clicks accompanied the toppling path through its course. The rhythm slowed slightly at curves and corners ...

July 04, 2008 | Lisa Hetzel | Archives

Family of believers

The Central Community Church will celebrate its fourth anniversary on July 27. The church's humble beginning started with a hollow shell of a building with no air conditioning and a group of approximately 25 parishioners who had the courage to roll up their sleeves and build a church.

July 04, 2008 | Colleen Capes Jackson | Archives

Porterdale discusses possible new city hall

The Porterdale City Council met Tuesday evening to discuss several points of business including the possibility of purchasing the portable building previously used by MacIntosh Bank in Covington to serve as a possible government building.

July 04, 2008 | Josh Briggs | Archives

Fields of gold

In addition to the many Fourth of July events taking place in the county this weekend, local residents also have the option to drive to Rutledge for the annual Sunflower Farm Festival, which features food, music, vendors and of course those tall yellow flowers.

July 04, 2008 | Rachel Oswald | Archives

Armed robbery occurs in Settler's Grove area

Two visitors from South Carolina were allegedly robbed at gunpoint in the Settler's Grove area Sunday, according to a Newton County Sheriff's Office report.

July 04, 2008 | Staff Report | Archives

Schools to have full-time deputies

As the result of rising demands for a greater law enforcement presence at local schools, the Newton County Sheriff's Office has hammered out an agreement with the board of education to provide schools with 17 full-time deputies.

July 04, 2008 | Rachel Oswald | Archives

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