For those who even just pay casual attention to their local government, this week brought some big news to Newton County.
A week ago, the country struggled as divisiveness spread across America. Videos on television news networks showed angry groups protesting against what they felt was ...
Tuesday's election of Donald Trump as the President of the United States gripped the nation.
This isn't the first time controversial candidates have run for president of the United States. This isn't the first time Newton County residents ...
This is the time of year that can be awe-inspiring. It can also be scary…scary as in a werewolf chasing you through a cemetery ...
Five mayors and several county managers gathered around a table Tuesday and asked for one item.
This may be the toughest year yet for the voter.
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This week has been a busy one for Newton County.
When Newton County residents open The Covington News 20 years from now what will they see?
This was quite the week for our Newton County Board of Commissioners (BOC).
Tragedy struck Newton County last week when a bicyclist died after being hit by a school bus on Hwy. 278.
Spring is in the air, and we're not just referring to all that pollen. If you do suffer from allergies, particularly oak and hickory, you've felt that, too.
This election season is a vital one - not only for our country, but for our county.
The Newton County Solid Waste Management Authority will officially begin its task this week.
Boy, has garbage been in the air a lot here in Newton County recently.
Nothing affects a group of people on a common level as much as tragedy and heartache.
Of the 17,850 people the article (or at least the headline) reached on Facebook, 111 voiced their opinions - some very strongly.
Today is the first day of spring, marking a period of rebirth and renewal.
The Covington Square has been a hub of activity lately.
We hear a lot about rallies, scandals, debates and caucuses this time of year. The Presidential Primary is upon us. The Georgia Presidential Preference Primary election is this Tuesday.
Dr. Frederick Douglas Reese wanted rights for all people and, in 1965, gathered teachers to boycott if they weren't granted the right to vote in Alabama. He then invited Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to march with him in Selma, Alabama.
It is February and the election season is officially upon us.
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