COVINGTON- Taking its place on the square, near the obelisk memorializing Newton County residents who had given their lives for their country, and the Civil War monument with its soldier turned to face west, symbolizing the fading of the Confederacy, a sign marking the passage of Sherman's Army through Covington was dedicated on Wednesday morning.
COVINGTON- Commissioner John Douglas said it was time to "cut the cord" with Green Hill P3 and explore a "good, local solution" to the county's solid waste problems during Tuesday night's Board of Commissioners meeting.
The Form of Government committee agreed to forego recommending an independent comptroller in favor of supportive language advocating for increased training and resources for the finance department.
A Covington Police Officer patrolling Brown Bridge Road using a license plate reader was alerted when a Hyundai Santa Fe drove by into a Chevron gas station at Brown Bridge Road and Turner Lake Road shortly before 8 a.m. Monday.
The Georgia Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking public input on proposed changes to hunting and fishing licensing.
COVINGTON- Elizabeth Gilchrist was arrested for an outstanding warrant while a taxi cab waited for her outside the Quick Trip on Hwy. 278, after she had ran up a metered cost of $17.50.
COVINGTON- Several items were stolen from Horizon Cabinets on City Pond Road in Covington by people who are believed to be ex-employees early Sunday morning.
COVINGTON- Connie Hamilton was named the 2015 Rotary Nurse of the Year by the Rotary Club of Covington this week. Presenting the award was Rotary member and Merryvale Assisted Living Executive Director Gena mcLendon.
Georiga.org is reporting that the HBO miniseries, "Lewis and Clark," will film in the metro area in the next few weeks. According to Gina Hartsell, camera ready liaison for the Conyers-Rockdale Economic Development Council, some of the scenes will be shot in Conyers/Rockdale County. Other locations include the Pacific Northwest, Alberta and Missouri.
With the resurgence of river activities in Porterdale, the mill village has become a gathering place for many events.
COVINGTON- A resolution allowing the consumption of alcohol in a designated special event zone during the Fourth of July Festival was approved by the Porterdale City Council at a special called meeting, Tuesday, June 9.
COVINGTON- Time is running out for Newton County to begin mandated upgrades to its landfill, according to the engineers who oversaw the successful application for the permit to expand it.
Covington-Bridge Reconstruction Requires Weekend Closures at I-20 Exit 90
Monroe-Mike Cash Office Products, in Monroe, has been seized by state agents after its owners Mike Cash, Sr. and Deborah Cash were arrested for theft by conversion Thursday.
MONROE, Ga. - A coalition of black lawmakers and social justice groups are gathering to re-enact the 1946 lynching of two black couples at Moore's Ford bridge in northeast Georgia.
Detectives are looking into complaints that a woman's boss sexually battered her and fired her when she threatened to tell.
Spring Ministries, Inc., a non-profit organization that helps single parents and their children, will hold a fundraiser dinner at 5 p.m. on July 30 at DeKalb Tech's Newton Center, 8100 Bob Williams Parkway, Covington.
The weekend is upon us. Here's a roundup of what you need to know from Associatate Press to get your day going:
Bike riding has long been a passion of Brian Lord.
Newton County Chief Financial Officer John Middleton will retire Dec. 15, after more than 11 years with the county, to spend more time with family and pursue other opportunities.
Three men were arrested Thursday for the beating and armed robbery of another man on Cowan Road.
Officers from the Covington Police Department are looking for a man who reportedly exposed himself Wednesday evening to employees of Bradley's Bar-B-Que on Church Street downtown.
Good morning! Here's a roundup of what's happening in the world today:
The streets of downtown Covington and surrounding area in Newton County will be very busy this weekend. No, it's not because of road construction. Instead the streets will be full of bicycles.
For a historian like Flemmie Pitts, being able to walk into the renovated Wolverine Gym is an experience to treasure.
Angie Day found herself earlier this year without full-time work, and the proposition of taking another paralegal job wasn't enticing.
A Covington man was arrested early Saturday after allegedly running his girlfriend over with his truck.