The Georgia Supreme Court upheld the 2013 murder conviction of a Rockdale County man earlier this week.
The Covington Lions Club is hosting its 5th Annual Pancake Supper Thursday, Sept. 24.
Long-time county resident and former Georgia State Representative Philip Johnson announced that he would run for Chair of the Newton County Board of Commissioners in ...
Residents will have a chance to comment on refinancing the Newton County Administration Building to pay for a new HVAC system for the Covington branch ...
According to documents obtained by The Covington News, Newton County Attorney W. T. "Tommy" Craig was removed as project manager for the South Fulton Municipal ...
The focus of Baxalta's arrival to Newton County and the development of Stanton Springs has been the more than 1,000 jobs and direct ...
The Newton County School Board (BOE) officially approved of an intergovernmental agreement with the Newton County Board of Commission (BOC) that will give the school ...
Newton Medical Center Auxiliary is hosting its popular Books Are Fun book and gift fair on Monday, Sept. 14 through Wednesday, Sept.16 from 7 ...
C.R. Bard recently honored employees who have 20 or more years of service, along with Director of Global Logistics, John Curtis.
Members of the American Heritage Girls helped make the day a little sweeter for Newton County firefighters Tuesday.
Around 3,000 runners and walkers came to Covington to support the Covington Police Department and participate in the annual Fuzz Run Saturday.
In response to questions from residents, local law enforcement is letting the public know that the threats on social media towards schools and officers on ...
UPDATE: West Newton Elementary School buses resumed taking students home after Newton County Sheriff's Office deputies declared the area all-clear.
All Newton County public schools will release students early Friday for parent/teacher conferences.
In December of 2011 13-year-old Jajuan Shaw wrote a column that concluded with the sentence "God has blessed me with so much and my autism ...
ATLANTA - Georgia Power says building two more reactors at Plant Vogtle near Augusta could take longer and cost more than expected.
SAVANNAH - Authorities say no criminal charges will be filed after two dogs attacked children on a Savannah playground last month.
BUFORD - An explosion early today left three injured and flattened a home in Buford.
For nearly 30 years, Bethlehem Baptist Church's Youth Summer Feeding and Enrichment Program has provided Newton County children with valuable social and educational skills.
Local black Masons celebrated their 131st anniversary in Covington Saturday, and Mayor Kim Carter proclaimed June 25, 2011, as Friendship Lodge 20 Day.
The International Committee of the Red Cross has honored Mark Burton, a lifetime Covington resident, with a Florence Nightingale medal.
A 19-year-old has been charged with raping a girl he met on Facebook.
A Covington man charged with molesting his children's babysitter served two days in jail before bonding out.
An attorney for accused murderer Pablo Fernando Maldonado on Thursday filed 18 motions in the death penalty case against the defendant.
The Georgia State Patrol is reminding motorists to buckle up this weekend and to plan travel activities with safety in mind.
MARIETTA - Authorities say a Cobb County man has been charged with using his iPod to videotape under women's skirts without their permission.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Transportation is suspending all construction-related lane closures during the Fourth of July weekend.
Declining property values continue to hit Porterdale hard and will force the city to raise its property tax rate by 2 mills, lay off two city workers and add 12 furlough days.
CINCINNATI - In the first ruling by a federal appeals court on President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, a judicial panel in Cincinnati on Wednesday affirmed an earlier ruling that Congress can require Americans to have minimum insurance coverage.
A naked man was arrested late last night, parked outside of Walmart in Covington.