- Baxter commits to community involvement
- Main Street Covington makes transition under Chamber
- NCSO: Man grabs girl at convenience store
- Rocky Plains student Aniya Jackson remembered after passing
- CPD arrests 6 "johns" in prostitution sting
- Survey ranks Snapping Shoals' residential rates second lowest in Georgia
Huge consginment sale begins Saturday 18 hours, 51 minutes ago
Late Pierce Cline has garden named after him at GPC Newton 23 hours, 40 minutes ago
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Covington begins design phase to fix drainage problems 2 days, 22 hours ago
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Rocky Plains Elementary commemorated the loss of fourth-grader Aniya Jackson by planting a tree on the school’s fourth grade playground on March 4.
Receiving the I Have A Dream award came as a surprise to Prospect United Methodist Church Pastor Ronney Brannen.
According to a press release from the Georgia Department of Labor, the state’s unemployment rate for November 2013 was 6.3 percent, a slight decrease from October’s rate of 6.9 percent and much lower than the November 2012 percentage of 7.6.