The Rockdale County Sheriff's Office officially made its 2015 budget request, including a request for nearly all of the county's capital budget, to the Rockdale County Board of Commissioners during the board's Tuesday morning work session.
Peachtree Academy announced its Homecoming court ahead of Friday night's Homecoing game.
The Newton County Board of Commissioners public meeting originally scheduled for Nov. 4, election night, has been rescheduled for Monday Nov. 3.
The Rocky Plains Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization board has been disbanded after alleged misuse of funds by PTO board members.
a look around town through the camera
The Covington City Council heard an update on its plans to make Pace Street a more walkable connecting corridor from the downtown Square to the Hwy. 278 commercial district during its meeting Monday night.
Claire Rowan was named Eastminster School's Homecoming Queen, during the school's soccer match Friday.
Covington Place will be one way only for automotive traffic on Halloween night, thanks to a compromise between the neighborhood and Covington public safety officials.
Georgia Piedmont Technical College (GPTC) hosts a Law Enforcement Recruiting Day and Job/Career Fair, Monday, Oct. 20, 9 a.m. to noon, at the GPTC Covington Campus at 8100 Bob Williams Parkway, Covington, Ga. 30014 in the Exhibit Hall.
Photos from Scary Tales & Trails at Chimney Park and Witches Night Out on the Square.
Halloween is less than two weeks away, and children are getting their costumes together in preparation for trick-or-treat.
Normally gambling can lead to late nights and empty wallets - with dark-circled eyes staring at a dealer's hands, or a depressing bank statement at 4 a.m. outside an ATM.
Construction work continues on I-20 eastbound in Rockdale and westbound in Newton County this weekend, along with other projects on I-285 and elsewhere.
Indian Creek Middle School's Kenneth Hanson was named the Newton County School System's 2015 Teacher of the Year Thursday.
Newton County Sheriff's Office and the Covington Probation Office will sponsor its Eighth Annual Halloween Shut-In on Oct. 31, 2014 from 6 to 10 p.m.
Covington Fire Department Chief John McNeil turned in his letter of resignation to Covington City Manager Leigh Anne Knight Monday, citing personal reasons for leaving the department.
Newton Medical Center is seeking an "equity relationship" with another healthcare system in the metropolitan Atlanta area, hospital officials announced Monday.
Tichelle Florence is tough.
One grant recently awarded to the school district will be bigger and more inclusive, and three more grants will be completely new and even larger.
More than 200 voters turned out for a town hall meeting Thursday to vent about the County Commission's recent actions to strip District 4 Commissioner J.C. Henderson of his financial powers. They weren't happy, but they were calm.
Expect a long meeting Monday at Covington City Hall.
Tuesday's Newton County Board of Commissioners meeting should be an interesting one, particularly since leaders of the county's African-American community expect hundreds of people to show up to defend District 4 Commissioner J.C. Henderson.
The Covington Fuzz Run saw hundreds of people running through the streets of Covington, for a good cause Saturday.
For years the Covington News Company has published an alternate advertising product called the News and Advertiser that has been delivered on Tuesday's and is carried to 15,000 homes.
The Covington Police Department is warning City of Covington utility customers against a scam.
More than 200 voters turned out for a town hall meeting Thursday to discuss the County Commission's recent actions to strip District 4 Commissioner J.C. Henderson of his financial powers. They weren't happy, but they were calm.
The Newton County Sheriff's Office responded to a complainant residing near Robertson Rd. who said they observed some inappropriate text messages to her 15-year old son from someone known to the family.
The students and faculty of Cousins Middle School commemorated September 11, 2001 during a Thirteenth Anniversary Program Thursday. The CMS BETA Club presented the colors for the program, which featured the school's band and chorus. Newton County Sheriff's Office Deputy Johnny Robinson layed a wreath, and the guest speaker was Army Chief Warrant Officer 3rd class Phillip Carswell.
From a scholarship for community service to scholarships for education majors to a healthcare scholarship specifically for Walton County residents, students enrolled at the Georgia Perimeter College Newton Campus can find ways to help fund their education - but first, they have to apply.
The effort to form a self-taxing "Community Improvement District" on U.S. 278 in Covington is picking up steam - and it has to, with a deadline of Nov. 1 to take the next step.