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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Easter is early this year and that is appropriate because the renewal of the earth's splendor has also arrived early.
Last week we ran on these pages an editorial that encouraged voters not to just vote for a candidate because they had a "D" or a "R" behind their name or to vote for a candidate because of the color of their skin.
If in your travels around the Newton Community and the Social Circle community and you have been ashamed to see the trash that litters our highways and byways, next Saturday is your chance to not only get involved but in the process do something positive for our communities.
The Newton County Board of Commissioners agreed Thursday to postpone a vote on a contentious landfill settlement after several hundred citizens turned out to voice their opposition to an overly hasty resolution.
The Association County Commissioners of Georgia is once again trying to get the state's General Assembly to make it harder for Georgia's residents to keep up with what is going on in the governments they support.
Courage is inner power to make you fight for your very existence and trying, when you know you may lose. Courage and determination makes a fighter.
The official start of the Lenten season began this past week and we have heard many of our friends and colleagues talking about what they were going to give up for the 40 days leading up to the celebration of Christ's resurrection.
This year The Covington News is celebrating our 150th birthday.
It is really a sad sign of our times to read about the uproar about whether vaccinations should be mandatory for children or whether vaccines for certain diseases cause abnormalities like autism.
Our elected officials must retake control of Newton County's affairs and finances and stop relying on appointed employees to make decisions and oversee their implementation.
The camera crews and on-air personality from Atlanta's Channel 11 were in Newton County last week for some in-your-face television journalism aimed at revealing to the world the sorry state of affairs in our local county government.
This week the Newton County Water Authority said it wants to sit down with the county and work on a solution to a problem before taking on a new venture. We believe this meeting should happen.
The Covington-Newton County Chamber of Commerce held its annual year-end banquet this past week.
Last week in our editorial about the reappointment for a year of county Attorney Tommy Craig we said that none of the commissioners gave a reason for voting for Craig.
The Newton County BOC held their first meeting of 2015 last week and among its agenda items was its annual appointments. One of those appointments was that of county attorney, and the reappointment was Tommy Craig.