Author Carolyn Newton Curry will be speaking during the Friends of the Library meeting at the Covington branch of the Newton County Library at 7 p.m. tonight.
Fun for a good cause is coming to Social Circle Oct. 21-25.
Georgia Perimeter College captured gold, silver and bronze awards during the Chancellor's Annual Service Excellence Awards Friday, Oct. 10. The annual awards, conducted at Kennesaw State University this year, recognized University System of Georgia employees for demonstrating consistently high levels of performance while accomplishing normal job responsibilities as it relates to service for the past year.
More than 40 kayakers, and more volunteers on foot, showed up to help clean up the Yellow River during the annual Rivers Alive cleanup event Saturday.
The clock is ticking for 18 Oxford homeowners who haven't adhered to a city ordinance requiring residents within 100 feet of the city's sanitary sewer system to connect.
It's been called the "worst intersection in the county," or the "Burger King intersection."
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Newton Medical Center is prepared for the arrival of a suspect or confirmed case of Ebola following recommendations set forth by the Center of Disease Control & Prevention.
The 2014 Mutt Show, hosted by the Humane Society of Newton County, was held Saturday at the Covington Square Park. Awards were given for first, second and third place in categories of most beautiful, most handsome, look-a-like and best trick. For more go to CovNews.com.
Newton Medical Center's Infection Prevention Coordinator Jenay Beshears, R.N., B.S.N. has earned the Certified Infection Control (CIC®) credential from The Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc. (CBIC®).
More plantations were nearby for foraging, now that Harris' Quarters had been reached. To the east troops trekked towards Mt. Pleasant, the property bordering Harris' Quarters. This 6,000-acre estate started at the Alcovy River and ran to the north side of Alcovy Trestle Road, just beyond the busy lanes of today's Interstate 20.
Doesn't it seem like the official color of October is pink? Everywhere you look, people are celebrating National Breast Cancer Awareness month in their own way.
Perhaps it is to be expected in an industry noted for its legacy businesses, but whether their companies consist of a single publication or dozens of media enterprises, families are dominant forces in newspapers.
Covington Police K-9 Sultan tracked down a man who had reportedly threatened his wife at the Holiday Inn on the Access Road Thursday, and held him for the arrest.
After two weeks in Israel, Newton County Sheriff Ezell Brown has come home not only with new ideas for the county, but with a new sense of peace.
Newton County will begin work on Airport Road Monday after receiving a permit from the Georgia Department of Transportation Thursday.
Thursday night's midnight premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 was bittersweet for my Littles and me. Surrounded by hundreds of fans dressed in tribute of their favorite boy wizard, we watched the very last installment of the Harry Potter stories hit the big screen and carry us on a ride we already knew by heart, but didn't chance even a blink for fear of missing something. That something is a magic that transcends both the screen and the page.
A night out ended in an arrest after a woman allegedly assaulted her husband because he wouldn't let her drink and drive.
One man has been arrested and charged with the theft of the ATM from Essex Bank early Wednesday.
Detectives with the Covington Police Department are asking for help in their search for thieves who took diesel fuel in the past two weeks.
Hoyt Oliver hasn't had to buy vegetables all season: He and his wife have a massive garden in Oxford where they grow everything they need. See the full version of this story in Sunday's edition of The News.
Janelle J. Steele, possession of controlled substance, possession of marijuana, theft by shoplifting. Reset for July 14.
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An argument between two Newton County teens ended Wednesday evening with one shooting the other 10 times with a BB gun.
Jackson Ramsey this week returned to Salem Campmeeting for the first time since he was 4 years old. Now that's he's here, he hopes to come back.
A bit of respite from the heat is on the way.
The 13-under Newton County All-Star captured the Junior Dixie Boys state title Tuesday with a 23-9 win over West Georgia White in Columbus and will represent Georgia in the Dixie Boys World Series. Newton County won its opening games 10-9 and 10-6 on Saturday and Sunday respectively in the double-elimination tournament.
Deputies called to a home for an assault with a weapon found only an intoxicated woman who wanted a ride.