The Covington News was able to deliver most papers for the Friday edition Thursday night.
The lowest price for regular fuel is $3.09 at Maraton, located at 10260 Ga. Highway 36 and Covington ByPass Road.
Newton County Sheriff's Office & The Salvation Army Toy Run.
Though Lois Brown's years of playing violin in the Newton County Community Band may be coming to an end, her passion for music is as strong as ever.
Continuing a long tradition in Newton County 4-H, Will Holder represented Georgia at National 4-H Congress last week.
Covington's electricity customers will pay a slightly higher price for power in 2014, with an average resident , one who uses 1,131 kWh per month, expected to see his/her yearly bill increase by just under $50.
A handful of employees at a packaging facility reported their cars were broken into and items were stolen.
Ralph Antonio Barnes, 36, Flowery Branch, Dec. 10. Court sentenced.
Brad Stoothoff joined the city of Covington staff because he wanted a new challenge and wanted to use his skills for residents.
Newton County's head industrial recruiter, Courtney Bernardi, resigned her role Friday to take a job with the economic development arm of the city of Johns Creek.
The lowest price for regular fuel is $3.09 at Kroger, located at 5341 Ga. Highway 20 S near Brown Bridge Road.
When Billy Skinner retired as Covington's transportation manager earlier this year, the city planned to hand the reins to his right-hand man of eight years, Terry Savage. However, when the city offered another early retirement option, Savage decided he'd had a full career, too.
There was a big Christmas tree fire Wednesday afternoon on Pace Street. Luckily, it was started by firefighters.
Eastside High's academics will have the spotlight on television Sunday.
Dave Belton, a Republican Morgan County School Board member who spearheaded Caleb's Law, which made texting while driving illegal for drivers under 18 in Georgia, is the third candidate to enter the race to replace outgoing State Rep. Doug Holt, R-Social Circle.