With multiple ways to access your information, authorities suggest multiple ways to keep your information safe. Here are a few suggested by the NCSO:
Baxter International's Thursday announcement to split its business, which had more than $15 billion in revenue in 2013, into two companies in mid-2015 won't have any effect on the construction of the $1 billion manufacturing campus being built just outside Social Circle. One thing that will change for sure is the plant's name.
AgSouth Farm Credit members will receive a combined amount in the millions after the company took in record earnings during 2013.
Local Re/Max agents recently picked up several awards at the East Metro Board of Realtors awards ceremony, held March 6. Several agents picked up Pinnacle awards, top producer awards, and top team producer awards. Pictured in the front row is Mandy Young of the Marshall Ginn team. In the second row, left to right, are: Ethel Boyle-Pinnacle Award, Sherry Wyatt-Pinnacle Award, Becky Phillips-Pinnacle Award, Donna Newman-Pinnacle Award, Tracy Moon-Pinnacle Award, Patsy Bright-Gold Pinnacle Award & Pioneer Award, Sandy Greene-2nd-Top Producer & Pinnacle Award, Lori Krieger-Pinnacle Award, Evelyn McCullers & LauraLee Johnson (not pictured)-2nd-Top Team-Producer Award & Pinnacle Award, Scott Alexander-1st-Top Team-Producer Award ...
After a shoving spat during a basketball game at the Turner Lake Recreational Complex, a man pulled a gun from his bag Thursday.
"The Vampire Diaries" filmed an episode for its fifth season, including a scene of two cast members walking through a farmer's market - real life Ramsey's Produce. Fans from all over watched the filming around the Covington square Wednesday through early Friday morning.
If you're not on Facebook, you probably haven't heard about the latest polar plunges and make-up-free selfies.
Newton County firefighters are continuing their efforts to take care of Brayden Eavenson, the son of Brad Eavenson, the firefighter who died in a vehicular accident in February.
Covington continues to make upgrades to the city's airport and is seeing increased traffic.
Debit and credit cards have added an ease to life that most people have grown accustomed to.
Former Newton County landscaper Billy Durden believes county officials and current county landscaper Gary Campbell conspired to cause him to lose his longtime contract with the county.
While credit card information is being stolen in multiple places, restaurants and other public places are the most visible businesses affected.
What started out as a former elementary school teacher's quest to explore her family tree ended in a pioneer authorship that reveals the history of an entire community.
Three Newton County criminals are on death row, and if they're ever put to death, the lethal injections will take place at Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson.
Bridge rehab work is continuing on I-20 eastbound next week and the far left lane will be closed for milling and asphalt work.
Newton County is investigating claims made by former county lawn-care contractor Billy Durden, who informed the county in late November he is planning to sue, claiming wrongful termination and libel and slander.
Update, 12:51 p.m.: County Attorney Tommy Craig said the county is investigating the claims made by Billy Durden in the ante litem notice and expects to finish the investigation shortly.
Newton County's future county manager is already in place with transportation director Tom Garrett being appointed to assistant county manager, but what happens when Garrett leaves?
The winter storm that came through Newton County Tuesday evening resulted in around 20 car accidents (five known by the Covington Police Department, and an estimate of around 15 from the Newton County Sheriff's Office), plenty of people out of school and work, and a closure of the county and local city offices.
Taurus O'Neal Baynes, 29, 145 Avontea Drive, Covington, Jan. 21. Probation violation.
A LaGrange man, released from the Newton County Jail Tuesday under a charge of theft by receiving stolen property from May 2013, reportedly stole a man's car from a gas station the next day.
S-P-E-L-L-I-N-G, B-E-E… Spelling Bee.
Snow is an unfamiliar enough sight for Metro Atlanta residents, but ice-skating Fords, Hondas and Chevrolets? That's just plain out-there.
Businesses and organizations needing web help and local web designers and developers looking for work have a chance to connect Saturday at a first-of-its-kind event in Newton County.
The City of Covington held its retirement reception Thursday evening honoring the 19 former employees who made 2013 their swan song.
A Covington man was arrested for reportedly "laying drags" in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Due to continued icy conditions on the roadways, all Newton County Schools will be closed for students tomorrow, Jan. 31, a release from the school system said.
The Covington News will continue to update residents throughout the day as Newton County recovers from Snow Storm 2014. Please visit throughout the day to find out more on closures, weather, traffic and any possible emergencies.
Newton County roads are clearing up, and the county offices will open at 10 a.m. Thursday.
Newton County Schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 30, due to inclement weather.