A look through the camera with photographer Darrell Everidge
Let's go to the Alpaca Farm (video)
Local cedar tree headed to the Governor's Mansion
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Neighbors called it the "Kudzu House." Abandoned and with a massive hole in the roof, the house at 6110 Sorrell Street in the Covington Mills neighborhood north of U.S. 278 was overgrown, run down and dangerous.
Big events are planned at the Covington Square every weekend in October, which will be good for business but, probably, bad for traffic.
You've heard of Savannah's Gulfstream plane manufacturing center. Imagine something like that here. Or something better, perhaps.
Nowhere in Georgia is there a highway dedicated to World War II veterans.
Mayor Ronnie Johnston convinced the Covington City Council to take a "gamble" Monday and give $25,000 to the forming "commercial improvement district," which business owners are forming along U.S. 278 to raise money for area improvements.
Thousands of people may have been awed by the sight of colorful fireworks exploding above Covington's Historic Courthouse clock tower, but Covington's Independence in the Park festival organizers were definitely in awe of how the event seemed to go off without a hitch Friday.
With a predicted zero percent chance of rain, a fireworks show in Rockdale and events in Social Circle today will pose the threat of a crowded Fourth of July in Newton County.
The Covington Police Department is warning residents to be wary of phone calls asking for any financial or personal information.
A group of local churches and ministries are working together to turn the Nelson Heights Community Center into a bustling place this summer.
Floyd Street resident Hugh Burnett presented the Covington City Council Monday with a list of questions he and his neighbors would like to see answered before the city begins work to turn Legion Field into a public park and event space.
Two Covington electric workers are recovering well this week after being injured on the job last Friday when a wire came loose, causing an arc flash – where electricity travels through the air between conductors – and burning the workers.
The Covington City Council voted to purchase a wooded 97.78-acre tract in the heart of the city that touches five separate neighborhoods and could add more connectivity to the city in the future.
Covington has a lot of long-tenured employees, and, while that's a good thing, it's posing problems when the city tries to recruit and retain qualified replacements.
The square will still get spruced up this year, even if those plans no longer include a gazebo.
T.K. Adams led the Newton County Community Band in his final concert Monday night.