For the sixth consecutive year, Covington will continue its tradition of blasting off fireworks in the city's town square this weekend.
A 23-year-old Covington woman was injured when her boyfriend accidentally shot her at a residence in Social Circle early Saturday morning, according to Social Circle ...
For the 18th time, the Satsuki Garden Club will present its Christmas Tour of Homes this December.
Thursday Night: Showers and thunderstorms likely early...Then a chance
Baxalta Incorporated launched Wednesday as a global biopharmaceutical company dedicated to delivering transformative therapies to patients with orphan diseases and underserved conditions.
The Newton County Board of Commissioners voted down a controversial proposal to lease the county landfill to a private startup Wednesday night following passionate testimony ...
The East Georgia Land & Development Company will move forward with its plan to construct a private landfill and sue Newton County for damages related to ...
TV Land has dumped "The Dukes of Hazzard."
COVINGTON- The Newton County Sheriff's Office would like you to have a happy-and safe-Fourth of July.
July 1 typically brings a bevy of new laws into effect that were approved by the General Assembly earlier in the year. This year, Georgians ...
The Newton County Board of Commissioners will meet tonight, Wednesday, July 1, at 7:00 p.m. to discuss and likely vote on the Green ...
COVINGTON- The Covington Rotary Club closed out its 76th year Tuesday, handing out awards from 2014-15 and inducting its next president.
NORTHWEST FORSYTH - Authorities say they are treating the burning of a rainbow flag on a vehicle at a northwestern Forsyth County home as an anti-gay ...
The July Fourth weekend is not only a chance for many people to celebrate, it is also the busiest travel period of the year. The ...
COVINGTON- The Chi Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated of Covington, Ga., serving Newton and Rockdale counties, awarded $20, 000 in scholarships ...
At Sunday morning's 9/11 remembrance, Newton County leaders expressed sadness and were solemn, but they also asked residents to not lose hope in their fellow man and what can be accomplished when working together.
The 28th annual 5K Fuzz Run and Fun Run kicked off this morning in downtown Covington. The race is used to raise funds to support the Police Who Care Fund. To see the amount raised and to see who won in each division, check back to www.covnews.com.
A home on Kirk Street was robbed of several thousand dollars worth of jewelry and property while the owners were at church Tuesday afternoon.
The Rev. James T. Walden will be a write-in candidate for the Covington mayor seat.
The city charter was originally written in 1962 and council members agree it needs to be updated; they can't just agree on how.
Newton County's official remembrance of the 10th anniversary of 9/11 will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30a.m. Sunday in front of the Historic Courthouse.
For the ninth year Covington will set aside a time to promote and celebrate reading and the written word, with the annual Literacy Festival on the square.
Current and former residents of Sandhill and Texas Alley take a lot of pride in their neighborhoods as evidenced by the more than 500 people expected to attend a reunion celebration Saturday.
Richard Arthur Swift, 24, was killed Thursday afternoon when he lost control of his motorcycle.
The Newton County Board of Education and Snapping Shoals EMC helped out the county recently by donating used vehicles.
A Covington man was arrested Saturday evening and charged with molesting two boys.
An argument between two women turned physical Monday night when one woman smacked the other's false teeth out.
Annette Aikens was staying at a home on Emory Street with an acquaintance when that man's daughter, Sherry Hill-Devoe, came to the home to get a check. During that time the women got into an argument which is when Hill-Devoe slapped Aiken's false teeth out of her mouth.
A woman was arrested over the weekend after she allegedly stole several cases of beer from a local grocery store while her toddler was with her.
The Covington Police Department is on the lookout once again, but instead of searching for rule breakers, they are looking for record breakers for the 28th annual Fuzz Run.
Madaleine Nicolette Moye-Lowery is pageant royalty, but you won't see any screaming fits or sassy mouth on her. Nor will you ever see her wearing fake hair and spray tans, because despite what television might show, the real world of children's pageants is far from "Toddlers and Tiaras."