Sadness swept through Newton County this week with the deaths of three of its citizens under the age of 25.
The scene seems familiar to so many. People approach the table in suits and in skirts with heels and hose. They then sit down, make ...
Dear fellow Newton neighbors,
The annual Covington-Newton County Chamber of Commerce dinner would have been a great recruiting commercial for Newton County to show those looking for a location ...
Members of the community gathered together to support our county's elected officials prior to the beginning of Monday's state legislative session, hearing the ...
Looking through our headlines from 2015, it has been an up and down year ... as usual. However, it seems that our community response has let ...
People of all ages were treated to a showing of "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas" on the Square Friday night.
With all the plight surrounding law enforcement these days, it seems that most see our boys in blue with mixed emotion.
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Newton County students had already made their way back to school before the calendar even turned to August. For those students it is a time of new beginnings, continued education, excitement and/or dread.
Once again Newton County has found itself in an embarrassing situation, and once again its leadership needs to be called into question.
The times are tumultuous lately and not much seems to be changing after a week full of heartbreaking, heart-wrenching and well just heart-shaped news.
After information on Green Hill P3 and East Georgia Land and Development, Inc. came out this week it seems that the Newton County Board of Commissioners still needs to improve on transparency and vetting.
Birthdays are a time to celebrate, reflect, be with those close to us and look toward another year of growth.
The Covington City Council made a smart move last week when it voted to back off a hastily conceived plan to change city policy on pensions as they relate to retirees who come back to work for the Covington government.
The timing of this year's Father's Day is fitting.
As the Board of Commissioners prepares to convene Tuesday night, our elected representatives face a stark choice between raising the millage rate or making even more cuts to the budget, which will inevitably affect the hard working employees of Newton County.
Life is very fleeting. None of us knows when our existence will end on this earth. Last week, 44-year-old Mun Hyuk Cha, a kind, hard-working businessman and owner of Magnet Package Store, and 39-year-old Otonicar Jimquez Aikens, a father who had just stopped by to pick up some things, were probably discussing the weather or exchanging pleasantries when Jeffery Pitts, a disgruntled customer, stormed in with a gun and ended their lives.
Piedmont Newton Hospital - it does have a nice ring to it.
Throughout the last seven days there was plenty to celebrate, with a big week of appreciation coming on the heels of Mother's Day.
There is one thing that is as certain as anything can be - that our mothers, whether we are close to them or not, will always have a special place in our hearts.
For 76 years a local civic group has been involved, through its monies and volunteerism, in almost every worthwhile project that has helped Covington and Newton County become the great place that it is to raise a family.
For the last six years we have had the honor to recognize people in our community who through their actions and deeds have gone the extra mile to help their neighbors or their family.
There is no question that we are suffering from a general lack of quality leadership in Newton County at this time. Can that be turned around? We think so, but it is going to take our current leadership to be willing to communicate and cooperate with other community officials to start the process.