The Covington Fire Department urges homeowners to change the batteries in their smoke alarms as they turn their clocks forward this weekend.
Burglaries in the city of Covington are down from the same two-month period over the past three years, but the perpetrators of those crimes are of a disturbing age.
It was beautiful weather Saturday for the annual "We Ride To Provide" K9 memorial.
The Newton County Sheriff's Office is requesting any information regarding the whereabouts of Ralph Michael Garland.
The Covington Police Department's Citizens Police Academy began its five-week class Thursday evening with around 20 participants.
Three ordinances, each written to amend provisions of the electric system and water system, were read for the first time at the Covington City Council meeting on March 2. The change could reduce city revenue by up to $700,000.
CAIRO - At Tuesday night's meeting of the Grady County Commission, the board hired Laura Wahoske Benz LLC as a consultant for Tired Creek Lake and point of contact with the Army Corps of Engineers. Previously, this work was done by Benz as an employee of the Law Office of Wm. Thomas Craig.
Keep Covington/Newton Beautiful (KCNB) needs volunteers to clean up roadside litter during the Great American Cleanup, the nation's largest annual community improvement program. KCNB's kickoff event will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 28 at Longhorn Steakhouse of Covington, rain or shine.
County Attorney Tommy Craig has paid off $332,531.60 in unpaid state income taxes and penalties dating back to 2003, but still appears to owe several million over unpaid federal income taxes, records show.
Back by popular demand, Newton County School System (NCSS) is pleased to announce that visionary and instructional leader, Dr. Adolph Brown will return to Newton County to headline the school district's Spring Education Summit scheduled for Saturday, March 14 at Newton High School.
Covington's eternal flame has been re-lit after nearly two decades of darkness.
Due to the upcoming holiday, The Covington News will be adjusting our schedule again this week.
A local company is looking to hire 100 people in the coming weeks, welcome news in an uncertain economy. But the staffing company that is handling the hiring process may have trouble filling those 100 positions.
The Newton County Farm Bureau, an extension of the Georgia Farm Bureau, serves the community by promoting local agriculture to its residents through related activities and events.
Make Christmas meals and treats go even further with some frugal and fabulous recipes designed to make the most out your holiday leftovers!
Santa will be making his annual trip around the world this Saturday night. Most of us dream about such a journey, but Santa is working under time constraints with a fully loaded sleigh and just nine reindeer (now that Rudolph has joined his ranks). He sat down with the Covington News recently to answer questions about himself and his tricks of the trade.
A call from a concerned woman who thought there was a chemical fire in her apartment complex led to the arrest of three people for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute Dec 21.
The Newton County Board of Commissioners also approved spending up to $474,920 in 2011 SPLOST money for the architectural and engineering design of expansion of the Newton County Judicial Center.
The home at 1121 Cooper Road in Social Circle was destroyed in a fire Wednesday evening.
Due to the upcoming holidays, The Covington News will be adjusting our schedule for the rest of the year.
Help from a witness and persistent investigation led to the arrest of a Covington man wanted for robbing a woman at gunpoint at the Conyers Wal-Mart Monday.
Two women were charged and two others reprimanded after being caught stealing at Kroger Saturday evening.
Toyous Raneard Avery, 37, 265 Forest Rook Drive, Covington, Dec. 13. Court sentenced to 48 hours.
You can always tell the theme of a restaurant within seconds of walking through that front door.