After featuring local food 10 times in school meals, and helping to promote farm-to-school programs, the Newton County School System (NCSS) was recognized with the Golden Radish Award.
The Hwy. 278 Community Improvement District has the resolutions it needs to head to the Georgia state Legislature in late January or early February.
For Newton County about $218,000 actually does grow on trees.
It was a standing room only crowd as Democratic gubernatorial challenger Jason Carter came to visit with Rockdale Democrats, stumping on issues of funding the public education system, economic development for the middle class and ethics.
For those who are diagnosed with it, breast cancer can be terrifying.
Early Wednesday morning Eastside High School received a bomb threat against the school, via email to Principal Jeff Cher.
A motion by Newton County District 1 Commissioner John Douglas to suspend funding to The Center for Community Preservation and Planning failed due to lack of support at Tuesday's Board of Commissioners public meeting.
A Flash Foods clerk told a Newton County Sheriff's Office deputy that they observed a male and a female in the parking lot of the Salem Road store arguing.
A woman involved in an argument, pulled a knife on her sister early Tuesday morning, shortly after 2 a.m.
In show of support of breast cancer awareness, the Newton County Sheriff's Office will tie a pink ribbon on all marked patrol vehicles assigned to the Sheriff's Office during October.
An employee of Walmart on Salem Road left his back pack in the back room, where it was found by the store's manager.
Alcovy High School announced its homecoming court ahead of its Oct. 31 homecoming football game.
The Newborn City council meeting started off with a small prayer following an introduction of guest attendee Elect Pasty Harris who is running for State House Representative of district 112. Here's what you need to know from the meeting:
Newton County School System students showed an improvement in SAT scores in 2014 compared to the previous year.
If you're planning to vote in this year's general election and runoff, today is the last day you can register.
The International Committee of the Red Cross has honored Mark Burton, a lifetime Covington resident, with a Florence Nightingale medal.
A 19-year-old has been charged with raping a girl he met on Facebook.
A Covington man charged with molesting his children's babysitter served two days in jail before bonding out.
An attorney for accused murderer Pablo Fernando Maldonado on Thursday filed 18 motions in the death penalty case against the defendant.
The Georgia State Patrol is reminding motorists to buckle up this weekend and to plan travel activities with safety in mind.
MARIETTA - Authorities say a Cobb County man has been charged with using his iPod to videotape under women's skirts without their permission.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Transportation is suspending all construction-related lane closures during the Fourth of July weekend.
Declining property values continue to hit Porterdale hard and will force the city to raise its property tax rate by 2 mills, lay off two city workers and add 12 furlough days.
CINCINNATI - In the first ruling by a federal appeals court on President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, a judicial panel in Cincinnati on Wednesday affirmed an earlier ruling that Congress can require Americans to have minimum insurance coverage.
A naked man was arrested late last night, parked outside of Walmart in Covington.
Anyone who knew Tommy Lee Millwood Sr. can't help but smile when reminiscing about his larger-than-life personality and his undying love for music.
The Historic Courthouse has gotten a retro look for the Fourth of July. The red, white and blue bunting is in a style that adorned the courthouse about 1908 for an endurance car race, according to Cheryl Delk, special projects coordinator for the Newton County Commission. The image was from a period postcard from Gary Doster that Delk came across that is part of the GeorgiaInfo collection (see it here).
Youth sports broadcasts are back on the air in Newton County, but you'll need a PC instead of a television to watch them.
The Nelson Heights Community Center will get a second year of life.
Not once during her 11 years with the Newton County Recreation Commission did Carol Rooks ever dread going into work. That doesn't mean every day was easy, but she loved her job and her fellow employees.