The Newton County Board of Commissioners will enter into a closed executive session immediately following the opening of a public meeting Wednesday to discuss potential litigation, according to a public notice issued over the weekend.
Shakila Henderson-Baker and Abigail Coggin were both sworn in to their second term on the Newton County Board of Education recently.
A vehicular accident on I-20 near exit 90 occured around 8:45 Tuesday morning, starting to slow down traffic westbound.
A Covington woman allegedly ran over her boyfriend with his vehicle after the two had a verbal altercation.
The trash may be buried, but county commissioners caught a whiff of the cost of Newton County's landfill Thursday night, and it did not smell sweet.
The merger of Georgia State University and Georgia Perimeter College will make the institution the largest university in the state.
Thousands of people throughout America will take a day off to celebrate MLK Day, but for many it will not be a day off, but a day on.
Representative Doug Holt did a wonderful job keeping you up to date, writing weekly letters during the legislative session.
In recognition of National Blood Donor Month, Newton Medical Center will host a Blood Drive through LifeSouth Community Blood Centers, Inc. this Thursday, Jan. 15 from noon to 6 p.m. on the bloodmobile located in the front visitor parking lot.
The holiday season seems to be the best time of the year, and most people start off their Christmas by going out and picking the right tree for their household. After Christmas is over, those who picked up artificial tree can pack it up and store it until next year. But, those who went out and bought a real tree may face the problem of what to do with their tree after Christmas is over. There are plenty of valuable things to do with your leftover Christmas tree.
Have you ever thought of what it means to be homeless?
2015 is here. Your resolutions are made… and in some cases already forgotten. The Christmas decorations have been packed away… or in some cases put on the to-do list for next weekend. The last of the casseroles and cookies have been made, delivered, eaten, or frozen. Now we are back to our regular routine. When most of us emerge from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, we take a look around as the dust settles and wonder why our holiday is just a blur, where that time off disappeared to, and why you don't feel more relaxed.
Rhyan Davis, a senior at Newton High School, recently won the Good Citizen Essay Contest, sponsored by the local Newton County Sergeant Newton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Observance Committee of Newton County Georgia presents solicitation for the nomination of 2015 awards.
The Rotary and Kiwanis clubs of Covington met for the annual Prayer Breakfast at First Baptist Church of Covington Friday.
Terri Kimble and 4-H are inseparable. The agriculturally-based youth organization is her work, of course, but it's also her passion and a significant chapter in her family history.
The iconic Salvation Army bell ringers are out earlier than ever this year as the need for economic assistance only continues to grow.
Covington Public Works Director Billy Bouchillon is warning the city's water customers to be wary of insurance solicitations that are being mailed to customers.
Statement: Bobby Sigman's new campaign sign: "To lower your light bill elect Sigman mayor."
Despite the fact Newton County's recycling centers are expected to cost the county $820,912 this year, the Newton County Board of Commissioners renewed its contract for service with Junior Hilliard General Services.
A fight between a father and stepfather over the alleged mistreatment of a 13-year-old boy led to the arrest of the child's father Monday afternoon.
Stolen meat found hidden underneath a car in the Kroger parking lot led to the arrest of 24-year-old Ashley Strawn Sunday afternoon.
Michael G. Meeks, violation of probation, continued on probation, pay $100 a month for three months; thereafter $169 a month.
Update, 5:47 p.m.: Missing person Harry Preston Galanty was located by the Newton County Sheriff's Office around 4:15 p.m. this afternoon.
A woman who called authorities on the father of her child was ultimately the one arrested Wednesday evening.
The Covington mayor's race has dominated the conversation this election season, but partially lost in the shuffle are the two contested East Ward council races.
Have you seen this turkey?
A 61-year-old Covington man was arrested for DUI after getting into an accident in front of a liquor store Thursday night.
The Fall Fair at Stonecrest will be leaving at the end of the week.