The historic Hard Labor Creek State Park in Rutledge, Georgia will reopen to the public on July 1, boasting several new renovations.
Since the restoration of the Mill Lofts a few years ago, the city of Porterdale has worked continuously to revive its community by bringing new ...
For 12 years and counting, Paddle Georgia has given residents a chance to see Georgia in a way they never have before.
Many know about the golf legend who is Bobby Jones, but not many know how he got his start in the sport. Someone who does ...
The 2016 football schedules have been released for the three Newton County High Schools. Newton will open its season Thursday, Aug. 18 at Drew High ...
Since 1969 the Macon Coliseum has been home to the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) boys and girls state basketball championships, but come 2017, this ...
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The top three teams in the Georgia High School Associated Press Class AAAAAA football poll, while Peachtree Ridge fell to No. 8 overall after suffering their first defeat of the season.
The following is an update on former Newton County high school players and their on-the-field performances during the 2013 season:
Softball postseason play and football dominate the week ahead for all three Newton High schools, as all three teams participate in postseason play on the diamond this week.
After dropping its second consecutive game of the year, the Mill Creek Hawks dropped out of the Georgia High School Football Class AAAAAA poll, allowing North Cobb to enter the poll at No. 10 overall.
Reace Banks, 5, son of Melissa and Gabriel Banks of Covington, won first place in an annual kids fishing event hosted by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in August. Banks' catfish was the largest at 22 inches.
The Social Circle Better Hometown Association will host its annual Better Hometown Association Golf Tournament on Friday, Oct. 11.
The Georgia High School Class AAAAAA state poll remained mostly unchanged this week after the poll's top-10 teams wenta combined 6-1 last week.
The following is an update on former Newton County high school soccer players and their on-the-field performances during the 2013 season:
With the end of September upon us, Newton County schools are drawing near the conclusions of their softball and volleyball seasons.
The Georgia High School Class AAAAAA AP football poll saw a lot of movement this week, as three teams dropped out of the rankings.
For the first time this fall, all three county football teams will be playing in separate games this Friday.
The following is an update on Region 2-AAAAAA and Region 8-AAAA contests from Friday night.
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