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- Newton Jail Log, Nov. 26-Dec. 3
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Selected as one of the five communities to be part of the Georgia Initiative for Community Housing, the city of Porterdale will soon receive instruction on how to improve its housing conditions.
The weather outside may be frightful this weekend, but organizers are hoping that rain will not dampen the spirits of those who plan to attend the various holiday celebrations in Rockdale and Newton counties.
The Covington City Council gave formal support via resolution to the Yellow River Water Trail Monday night.