A head-on collision between a school bus and a vehicle left one man dead Friday afternoon.
County officials continue to work to find a compromise on a gun-firing ordinance that will satisfy hunters and sports shooters while giving the sheriff more support to crack down on unsafe firing in the county's more densely-populated areas.
Subdivision building is back in Newton County.
Covington police responded to a call for help made by a child at a home on Pineview Drive Tuesday evening and arrested a Covington man for disorderly conduct.
It might be April Fool's on Monday, but it's no joke at Bullritos, where chicken burritos will be free that day.
The Newton Citizen newspaper is moving out of its Covington office April 12 and will operate out of its Rockdale Citizen office in Conyers for at least a few months while the company seeks another building to lease in Newton County.
The Covington Lions Club invites the public to their 41st Annual Chicken BBQ on Wednesday, April 10, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., at Academy Springs Park Clubhouse on Conyers Street.
At just 10 years old, Covington native Abby Boivin is headed to New York City to pursue her dance dreams.
Forty-five Cloverleaf 4-H'ers in the fourth through sixth grades competed at District Project Achievement this year. Each researched, wrote and presented a 4- to 6-minute illustrated talk on a topic of his or her choice. They presented in club meetings, at County Project Achievement and at District Project Achievement.
The lowest price for regular fuel is $3.42 at the RaceWay, located at 5148 U.S. Highway 278 NW near Piper Street.
The Newton County Sheriff's Office will hold two fundraisers Saturday to raise money for their K-9 deputies.
A woman was reportedly punched in the face by her boyfriend when she threatened to "find another man" Friday evening.
Three people were arrested Sunday evening, following a traffic stop that yielded knives, drugs and a gun.
Bikers who were prepared to cycle for a cause Saturday during the Chase Cain Memorial Foundation Bike Ride will have to wait until April 27, after the event was postponed due to rain.
The Newton County Sheriff's Office had three graduates from the 260th graduating class of the Georgia Public Safety Training Center-Athens Academy.
This week, I spent a good bit of time wading through a ton of material to learn about historic preservation. This was after learning that Social Circle has received its designation as a Certified Local Government. The CLG Program is a federal-state-local program to promote historic preservation at the local level. The Historic Preservation Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources assists local governments in applying for a CLG designation, which also requires approval ...
An original 19th century building in Oxford has had a full restoration fit with 21st century technology. Reopening for spring semester 2013, Oxford College's Language Hall is thought to be one of the oldest buildings in the county, built in 1874 by craftsmen believed to have been from Covington and Newton County.
High school seniors looking to attend college to study agriculture have an opportunity to earn extra money to do so with the assistance of the Georgia Farm Bureau.
Conyers Police have issued a runaway juvenile alert for a mentally challenged 16-year-old Conyers girl missing since Jan. 22.
The house of a resident in a north Covington neighborhood was shot into by four rounds from a gun, with three more rounds that didn't quite penetrate the house. The man was lying in his bed at the time of the incident.
The Newton Fund is looking for an outstanding volunteer for its fifth annual Pat Patrick Big Heart Award. Local nonprofits, individuals and other groups are asked to nominate individuals who have made a measurable difference in Newton County through selfless endeavors. Along with recognition, the award winner will receive a $2,000 award grant to be designated to a charity of choice. The award, named in honor of the founding chair of the Newton Fund, will ...
The Newton County Board of Education wants to hear from the community. In their search for a new superintendent, they have released a survey that they hope will help them figure out just what is important to Newton County in a new superintendent.
"My grandmother used to tell me, 'love your teachers or I'll beat you to death,' so I loved my teachers!"
A former mayor of Covington continued the spirit of giving by donating an outdoor fountain to the city, but there is not a set plan as to where it will go at the moment.
Clothing store Forever 21 is unveiling its new, larger location at a grand opening at The Mall at Stonecrest at 10 a.m., Saturday.
Bea Jackson loves children and her passion for their well-being keeps her striving for excellence every day as the executive director of the Washington Street Community Center. Jackson said if it was wrong to be too passionate about children, then she would be guilty.
Charges are pending against the driver of the school bus that was found at fault for the Tuesday crash that sent at least 40 people to local hospitals.
An evaluation of the Main Street program has received support from several downtown businesses.
Inspections by the Georgia State patrol and state Department of Public Safety concluded that the brakes did not fail in a crash of two Newton County school buses on Tuesday.
UPDATE: According to Newton Medical spokeswoman Linda Moseley, all those that were taken to NMC have been released.