The Nelson Heights Community Center is up and running again and serving an average of around 30 kids with daily after-school tutoring, after hiring a new part-time director.
Before his death Oct. 6, Oxford Councilman Frank Davis worked to make sure the city would be in the best shape possible, even after he was gone. So, he convinced his wife to take his place.
Georgia will become the only state to charge poor people $5 a month for federally subsidized phone service, a move some believe will deter fraud but others, including a local Covington phone provider, think will only penalize honest customers.
The Converse College Symphony Orchestra performed at the First United Methodist Church of Covington Saturday.
The city of Mansfield's dump truck was stolen a couple months ago, but neither the truck nor the thieves have been found.
"An Evening for the Arts,'' featuring a contemporary dance performance, will be presented in Williams Hall at Oxford College Saturday.
I believe I read somewhere that, with the exception of Christmas, Americans spend more money on Halloween than on any other holiday.
Courage and coordination are just two of many qualifying attributes for commanding a World War II B-17 Flying Fortress and B-25 Mitchell. To reach that level requires successful training in flimsy Piper Cubs, PT-17 Stearmans, and shake-your-teeth-out Vultee BT-13s.
The lowest price for regular fuel is $3.08 at Marathon, located at 1814 Ga. Highway 11 S near Ga. Highway 142.
The Newton County Recreation Commission voted 6-3 Monday night in favor of naming current assistant director Anthony Avery to the Commission's vacant recreation director spot.
This week I visit Mansfield Georgia for the 3rd annual Lamar Hays Antique Tractor Show.
The lowest price for regular fuel is $3.08 at Marathon, located at 1814 Ga. Highway 11 S near Georgia Highway 142.
Veterans from around the state made their voices heard loud and clear during the protest at the Walk of Heroes Veterans Memorial in Rockdale, held Sunday in conjuction with the national protest in Washington D.C.
How do you do research without the Internet?
Band of brothers: The Jazz Guardians, part of the Army Ground Forces Band based out of Fort McPherson, performed Thursday on the square in Newton County. The band dazzled the audience with an excited, practiced performance. Every Thursday during the month of September, the Arts Association of Newton County will sponsor a luncheon concert on the square. The events are free and begin at noon.
Young children enjoyed playing on the brand new playground at City Park in Social Circle after the grand opening ribbon cutting Friday morning. To see more photos, click on the links below Related Content.
The body of Larry Dwayne Bradley, a plant operator at an Atlanta water treatment plant, was found dead there last week.
Newton County Superior Court Judge Samuel D. Ozburn has declined a nomination to the Georgia Court of Appeals.
The city council reached a consensus Wednesday about what kind of larger commercial vehicles will be allowed to park in residential areas.
The Georgia State Patrol is reminding drivers not to get behind the wheel impaired during the upcoming Labor Day holiday travel period. Troopers and officers with the Motor Carrier Compliance Division will be working alongside sheriff's deputies and police officers in an effort to keep the holiday weekend as safe as possible.
The Covington Municipal Airport once again ran low on fuel, and it appears airport operator Dixie Jet Services may have run out of second chances. The Covington City Council has again summoned the company, this time to its Sept. 8 council meeting, to discuss a failure to maintain an adequate supply of Jet A aviation fuel. Jet fuel is similar to highly purified kerosene. "They were given ...
Three Newton County residents have been arrested and warrants are outstanding for five more on charges that they fraudulently obtained federal money in the way of Section 8 vouchers. There have been 65 arrests state-wide in what the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is calling Operation Clean House.
The Jazz Guardians, a traveling Army Ground Forces Band headquartered at Fort McPherson in Atlanta, performed an hour's worth of swinging jazz tunes as part of the Concert on the Square series Thursday afternoon. To see more photos, click on the links below Related Content.
Maureen Francois and Lamonitrias Smith have been arrested and six more people are wanted in Newton County for fraudulently obtaining federal funding for affordable housing.
The Lady Tigers get a pep talk before beginning their second set against Ola in Tuesday evening's volleyball match. To see more photos, click the links under Related Content.
A Covington man was arrested Saturday afternoon after reportedly threatening to cut the throat of his ex-wife's current boyfriend.
U.S. Rep. Jim Marshall (D-Macon) visited the city of Porterdale Friday to hold a town hall meeting to field questions from concerned citizens. Marshall has been on a town hall meeting tour in the last couple of months as he seeks reelection in November. He began the meeting explaining the critical nature of the current economic climate.
August is B-movie month, where movie studios' leftovers are rolled into the multiplexes, giving us rubbish like "Pirahna 3D," "Vampires Suck" and last week's "The Switch." "The Last Exorcism" is no exception. What's surprisingly different about this late summer horror flick is it actually tries to make you think.
As he snipped the red, celebratory ribbon, District 4 Commissioner J.C. Henderson officially opened the Nelson Heights Community Center, completing a dream several years in the making. "Most people know that even though it's been appointed as being my idea, it's not. It's really your idea," Henderson told the assembled crowd that packed the new center. "When we first started thinking about the 2005 SPLOST, we wanted to go out to people who lived in ...