The Newton County Sheriff's Office is seeking assistance from the public in identifying two females who may have information about a theft that occurred ...
The Covington Fire Department responded to a residential fire at 5131 Wheat Street Wednesday evening.
The Bear Creek Reservoir water supply project made a statewide list Wednesday, marking it as one of 12 entities the Georgia Water Coalition considers the ...
Even if the changes brought in an $800,000 revenue stream, creating a new convenience center at the landfill and shutting down all others might ...
Peter Lyons, Georgia State University's associate provost for institutional effectiveness and a professor of social work in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies ...
All Newton County schools will release students early on Friday, Nov. 6 so teachers can participate in professional learning activities.
After a standards compliance audit from The American Correctional Association on Nov. 2-4, the Newton County Sheriff's Office (NCSO) will be awarded accreditation at ...
There already had to be a special called election for State Senate District 43, and now there will need to be one more reason to ...
Live streaming coverage of Election Day 2015 from Newton County's Board of Election conference room.
There will be two new Covington city council members in January.
Keep Covington/Newton Beautiful (KCNB) asks Newton County residents to bring paper documents to its next Paper Shred Event at the Newton County Library parking ...
Heavy rains have caused the Yellow River to rise to 12-to-13 feet this week, spilling out of its banks to flood a nearby RV park.
Slightly less than 11 percent (10.9 percent) of Covington's registered voters have already filled out their ballots for the 2015 city council elections.
The Newton County Chamber of Commerce will hold a "Build a Business" presentation on Thursday, Nov. 5 at 5:30 p.m. at The Center ...
The Covington/Newton County Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the annual "Dick James Small Business of the Year" award, to be given at ...
Baseball is America's favorite pastime.
Years after Atlanta's population boom, local voters have grown weary of the region's traffic snarls, while at the same time becoming ever more leery of government's attempts to raise taxes in the wake of lingering effects from the housing market collapse and economic recession.
Motions are scheduled to be heard today in the civil case of Alcovy High School Principal LaQuanda Carpenter versus several anonymous bloggers and District 1 Board Representative Jeff Meadors. (Follow the hearings live on Twitter.)
Newborn officials have begun work on a downtown park to continue efforts to build a tight-knit community and make the downtown a true community gathering spot.
The public had a chance to comment before the Newton County Board of Commissioners this week on the proposed alcohol by the drink ordinance.
Jose Alonzo-Delasiera, 38, Lumpkin, June 12. Back for court.
A disgruntled customer allegedly threatened a Raceway attendant with a pink Taser on Wednesday evening after being asked for his ID.
Patriot's Table, a local Tea Party organization, is hosting a political forum for Republican candidates running for the District 5 Board of Commissioners seat from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday at the Covington Branch Library, 7116 Floyd Street NE.
Republican Dale Rutledge of McDonough is seeking to oust incumbent Rep. Steve Davis to represent State House District 109.
Rutledge said Rep. Davis' past actions in office are one of the main reasons he is seeking election.
Former Covington mayoral candidate Bobby Sigman took a plea deal Thursday, receiving seven years probation and $2,000 in fines and surcharges as a result of felony charges stemming from his October 2011 arrest for allegedly paying a person to steal the campaign signs of his opponent.
Social Circle is grieving the loss of a man who dedicated 26 years of his life to his beloved town.
If approved next month, several Newton County schools could receive technology updates. Thanks, in part, to E-rate funding available this year.
Charles King was a man from many different times, times he remembered well and enjoyed sharing with others.
Andre Cooper, who previously announced a run for the District 3 board of commissioners' seat, never officially qualified to run because of health issues.
Arthur D. Hardeman, theft by shoplifting, nolle pross. Theft by receiving misdemeanor, 12 months probation, 2 days confinement, $500. Stay away order.