A driver's license with current address or a photo identification card is required to cast a ballot in Georgia. The state's Driver Services ...
About a dozen members of the militia group, Georgia Security Force III%, conducted an armed protest on the Covington Square Tuesday night.
Though a special called meeting of the Newton County Board of Commissioners (BOC) was cancelled. a local militia group announced it will continue with a ...
A special called meeting at which two Newton County commissioners said they were going to vote to lift the moratorium on permits for places of ...
Around 30 people, some retirees of the city, turned out for a town hall meeting hosted by the Covington City Council at Covington First United ...
There will be some new options for business owners wanting to sell alcohol in Newton County. The board of commissioners (BOC) approved changes to the ...
"I just can't believe how much 4-H has changed as kids changed!" a 4-H alum from the 1950s told me this summer.
Counter-terrorism isn't always a violent response to extremism. It is also about building partnerships and offering alternatives that make extremism less attractive.
Starting Oct. 15 Newton County residents will need to have a tag hanging from the mirrors of their vehicles in order to access one of ...
It wasn't that he and some of his officers have been invited three times to train the Republic of Georgia's police in response ...
The hunk of steel is the upper section of an I-beam. A chunk of concrete with a few strands of rebar bent back hand on ...
Sixteen landscape design students from the University of Georgia's Design Studio presented information about creating memorable logos to the Covington City Council Monday night.
The largest annual fund raiser for the Covington Police Department's Police Who Care Fund went off without a hitch Saturday.
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) declared a Level 1 drought in 53 counties, including Newton County.
Dining at one table to provide meals for another is the idea behind the Farm-to-Table Dinner on the historic Covington Square on Sunday, Sept. 18 ...
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The deaths of Andrew Nichols and Ketitra Jones may have happened months, and for Nichols, years ago, but those charged in their cases are still making their way through the court system.
Trailers stolen from packaging facility on Alcovy Rd.
The National Weather Service is calling for a small chance of rain later in the day, with highs in the mid-80s for the first day of fall.
An accident on Interstate 20 eastbound has the slow lane shut down currently. Proceed with caution.
Scenes from "42" were shot in and around Social Circle this past July.
The Douglasville woman who said she was asked to leave Applebee's for breast-feeding has hired an attorney to represent her, and has started a Facebook page for supporters, calling for a Nurse-In at Applebee's restaurants nationwide Sept. 29.
Covington council members voted unanimously to offer an existing industry a 10-year tax abatement worth $1.1 million to keep its business in the county.
Newton County residents will soon have another picturesque place to enjoy a picnic.
A local consignment store is looking to lift the economic burden off residents with discounted clothes and help homeless men, women and children in the local area.
Snapping Shoals EMC recently awarded $10,000 to both the Covington-Newton Office of Economic Development and the Conyers-Rockdale Economic Development Council.
Two Newton County students were charged with bringing knives to school, one at Liberty Middle School on Sept. 5, one at Oak Hill Elementary Monday.
The Newton County Board of Commissioners approved for a tree service operation to start business at 126 Larue Road, a street located on Ga. Highway 162, at their meeting Tuesday night.
Howard Melville Astley, 60, homeless, Sept. 18. Possession of methamphetamine.
A resident at a nursing home was reportedly woken up by burglars on Thursday morning.
A Walmart manager said one of his employees punched him after having a meeting with him on Wednesday.
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