How much water does Newton County have? The Water and Sewerage Authority hopes to finally put this question to rest after an old report surfaced this week that appears to contradict claims made by water consultant and County Attorney Tommy Craig.
J.C. Henderson officially became the longest-serving commissioner in Newton County history.
The jugs are dark brown glass and inscribed with the name of the store. Called "growlers," the jugs come in half-gallon and gallon sizes and hold a customer's chosen craft beer from the selection offered at The Cork Boutique.
The holiday season brings celebrations with lots of food, fun, friends and family. If you are lucky, you might get to bring home leftovers. If you are not so lucky, you might bring home a cold, or worse, the flu.
The Newton County Sheriff's Office responded to two calls concerning marijuana in Newton County high schools recently.
Newton Medical Center officials announced staff reductions have taken place, affecting 2.8 percent of the hospital's workforce.
The Nutcracker will be performed by the Covington Regional Ballet at the Porter Auditorium 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday.
Oak Hill Elementary School Closed Tomorrow Due to Outbreak of Gastroenteritis.
A family was at their Lake Charles subdivision home when two males broke in with handguns Wednesday evening.
A passerby on Hwy. 36 stopped a Newton County Sheriff's Office deputy saying she was robbed at gunpoint.
Registration at the Newton College and Career Academy (NCCA) has been an area of some innificiencies, with some students not getting registered in timely manner.
Morgan Steward, 6-year-old Rocky Plains Elementary School student, was given an official Covington Police uniform Tuesday.
Once again, it's Tuba Time in Porterdale.
When State Representative Allen Peake was first asked about medical marijuana by a reporter in January 2014, his response was swift and dismissive.
The State Department of Education (GDOE) has released the State Student Growth Model (GSGM), a metric for parents and educators to better understand and analyze the progress students make from year to year.
Good morning! Here's a roundup of what's happening in the world today:
The streets of downtown Covington and surrounding area in Newton County will be very busy this weekend. No, it's not because of road construction. Instead the streets will be full of bicycles.
For a historian like Flemmie Pitts, being able to walk into the renovated Wolverine Gym is an experience to treasure.
Angie Day found herself earlier this year without full-time work, and the proposition of taking another paralegal job wasn't enticing.
A Covington man was arrested early Saturday after allegedly running his girlfriend over with his truck.
The Arts Association's first Musical Theatre Camp will present a medley of Broadway songs and choreography at 7 p.m. Friday at Newton High School's Porter Auditorium.
Mary Mansker heard the Newton County Library System was short on money, so she and the Surrey Chase neighborhood Bunco group decided they would help by donating money from their monthly game gathering.
The race for Social Circle's mayor has drawn a third candidate, Hal W. Dally.
A gunman tried to rob a Dollar General employee Sunday morning but was thwarted when the employee managed to lock herself inside her car.
A man reportedly seen crawling from under a house with a bag filled with copper pipes was arrested Friday on a felony burglary charge.
A panicked mother called police for help Monday afternoon when a group of young men reportedly began beating on her child.