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Honoring fallen K9s

The eighth annual K9 memorial was held Saturday in Porterdale Georgia. This event which honors fallen police dogs is hosted by "we ride to provide ...

March 07, 2016 | Darrell Everidge | LOCAL


Newton Trails hosts Everybody Walk Newton walks Community walks to benefit health, mind and soul

Newton Trails is hosting a series of community walks exploring health, safety, community-building and economic benefits of trails in Newton County.

March 07, 2016 | Staff Report | LOCAL


Belton: House sent 50 bills to Senate on Crossover Day

Crossover Day was very long this year as the House passed nearly 50 bills. Unfortunately, most of those bills will probably not clear the Senate ...

March 06, 2016 | Dave Belton | LOCAL


Jeffares: Only nine days left in legislative season

Crossover Day is now behind us as we wrap up days 30 and 31 of the 2016 legislative session. We had a short week, but ...

March 06, 2016 | Rick Jeffares | LOCAL


VanNess: Senate approves Van Ness sponsored bill

This week the Georgia General Assembly hit an important deadline, Crossover Day. All of the bills which originated in either the House or the Senate ...

March 06, 2016 | JaNice VanNess | LOCAL


Covington puts love in award-winning chili seasoning

Clyde and Sherri Hutchison, creators of the Covington-based Backyard Safari, were named finalists in the UGA Taste of Georgia designation for Clyde's white bean ...

March 06, 2016 | Shakeem Holloway | LOCAL


Sorority alumni running collection for a cause

The Newton County Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta alumnae is conducting a shoe collection drive through the end of March to raise funds for organization ...

March 06, 2016 | Sandra Brands | LOCAL


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Chemical spill at Nisshinbo

Fire officials have been called to Nisshinbo North America off Ga. Highway 142, after several hundred gallons of hydrogen peroxide spilled out of a container that was being loaded onto a truck.

July 12, 2012 | Amber Pittman | LOCAL


Crime Briefs - July 11

An unidentified person allegedly spray painted the sidewalk in front of the Newton County Library on Friday.

July 10, 2012 | Meghan de St. Aubin | LOCAL


The News kicks off election poll series

The Covington News is dedicating its online poll to the primary election for the next month as it tries to gauge how voters are feeling with early voting starting Monday and the election taking place July 31.

July 07, 2012 | Staff Report | LOCAL


Salem Campmeeting calendar

Daily July 12 through July 13

July 07, 2012 | Staff Report | LOCAL


Murder suspects could face execution

District Attorney Layla Zon will seek the death penalty against Brawny Jarvis McCollough and Jonathan Michael Henderson, the two men charged in the February shooting death of a woman and her wheelchair-bound nephew.

July 07, 2012 | Amber Pittman | LOCAL


Domestic violence shelter damaged

For the first time in its history Project ReNeWal, the domestic violence shelter for women and children, has been closed due to extensive water damage that not only destroyed much of the building, but all of the contents inside as well.

July 07, 2012 | Amber Pittman | LOCAL


Local boy's poster moves to nationals

Many people often say home is where the heart is, but to eight-year-old Flint Hill elementary student Keyon Davis, home means much more.

July 07, 2012 | Joy Bratcher | LOCAL


A ‘River of Words’

The Newton County Library System will host the "River of Words" display, a free international poetry and art contest on the theme of watersheds, from July 2-14.

July 07, 2012 | Meghan de St. Aubin | LOCAL


Crime Briefs - July 8

A Covington woman reported a fraudulent call Tuesday after someone called to tell her she had won $6 million, a Mercedes Benz and a flat screen TV.

July 07, 2012 | Meghan de St. Aubin | LOCAL


Project ReNeWal closed after flooding from sprinkler

Project ReNeWal, the local domestic violence shelter, is in dire need after a sprinkler malfunction dumped 18,000 gallons of water on the facility, ruining a two-story building and all the facility's donated supplies.

July 06, 2012 | | LOCAL


Social Circle and Oxford host parades

Oxford and Social Circle's streets were decked out in red, white and blue Wednesday as the cities hosted their annual parade.

July 05, 2012 | Staff Report | LOCAL


Finding faces of freedom

With an extensive military background - her great grandfather, grandfather, father, uncle and sister all served in the U.S. Army, Mary Anne Hinkle is an avid supporter for U.S. soldiers.

July 05, 2012 | By Elizabeth Park | LOCAL


Getting a driver's license more complex

Dozens of people filed into the Department of Driver Services in Covington on Thursday hoping to receive, renew or replace their driver's license.

July 05, 2012 | By Lee Johnson news@covnews.com | LOCAL


Meet and greet to be held for all candidates

A meet and greet for political candidates will take place from 4-7 p.m., July 15 at Prospect United Methodist Church.

July 05, 2012 | By Elizabeth Park | LOCAL


Mulch fire could cost city $60K

A fire that happened Sunday evening at a recycling center next to the Covington Housing Authority is still causing problems as late as Tuesday evening, potentially polluting Indian Creek that runs into the Yellow River and costing the city thousands of dollars hauling off debris.

July 03, 2012 | Joy Bratcher | LOCAL


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