Richard Shaw, of the Jazz band Creations, plays his saxophone through the crowd attending Local Grown Jazz by the River Friday. The concert was a ...
A Covington woman was arrested for possession of methamphetamine following a traffic stop Wednesday, according to the Covington Police Department.
To help the county balance its budget, Newton County Interim Manager Lloyd Kerr asked the board of commissioners (BOC) to initiate a hiring freeze on ...
With a three-day holiday weekend comes a lot of celebration and sometimes a lot of drinking.
A Covington man was shot in the hip on May 28 following an end-of-the-year party on Stone Road, according to the Newton County Sheriff's ...
Long-time Oxford city council member Terry Smith resigned from the council, Mayor Jerry Roseberry announced today.
Richard Shaw and his band Creation will appear at Local Grown Jazz by the River, a fund raiser for the Washington Street Community Center in ...
The Porterdale Police Department and Porterdale Citizen's Police Academy Alumni will hold block parties throughout the village on Saturdays through July 23.
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) announced its schedule for construction this summer and beyond. While there are four projects on the GDOT list, only ...
A College Park police officer was killed in a single vehicle crash Memorial Day on Interstate 20, according to the Newton County Sheriff's Office ...
It has been undeniable that a community needs water to survive and thrive.
The Newton County Board of Commissioners (BOC) heard from constitutional officers from the horseshoe at the Newton County Historic Courthouse Thursday on why their respective ...
Former Newton County Fire Chief Kevin O'Brien appeared in court Thursday as his lawyer, John L. Straus, filed a request for continuance. Judge Horace ...
Ballot questions made an appearance on Tuesday's primary ballots - four on the Democratic ballot, one on the Republican.
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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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