Chelsea Clinton announced on Thursday she is pregnant with the first grandchild of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Plans are underway for construction of a greenhouse on the new campus of Newton High School.
Many Christian crosses are draped in purple during Lent, a color that represents the season and that is also known as the color of royalty.
A 2014 budget of $1.073 million was approved by the Mansfield City Council Monday night.
Three Newton baseball players have decided to continue playing the game they love after signing to play at the next level.
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‘Messiah’ drama a calling for Victorious Life
Victorious Life Church in Conyers will once again present an Easter drama.
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There was no doubt who was the best boys track team in Region 2-AAAAAA after Rockdale won the region championship by 35-point margin at Twelve Oaks Stadium on Wednesday.
Former Georgia State men’s soccer standout Michael Nwiloh made history when he signed a professional contract with Chivas USA on Wednesday. The Conyers native will be the first GSU men’s soccer player to play for a Major League Soccer (MLS) team.
I suppose you were among the many Americans who watched when President Obama took his oath of office. For crying out loud, don’t oaths mean anything anymore!
Throughout my childhood, Good Friday was always the day upon which my daddy would pronounce it safe to plant anything that anyone intended to plant in the North Georgia Piedmont.
Newton Medical Center wants to take guests to a beautiful night in Tuscany as it hosts its annual Auxiliary spring gala.
Social Circle man found with narcotics in trunk
Three people have been arrested and charged on drugs and weapons offenses after a traffic stop where the driver of the car they were in fled from deputies; a Social Circle man was arrested after a member of NCSO’s Crime Suppression Unit found a significant amount of marijuana in his car.
Newton Jail Blotter, April 9-15
As many as 100 students at a suburban Atlanta high school were exposed to pepper spray on Wednesday after the material was released in a school hallway in an apparent prank.