COVINGTON - The Newton County School System is looking into parents' interest in parental involvement theme schools for the county.
COVINGTON - A homeless man who allegedly broke into a local convenience store on Christmas evening by using the business' roof vent was taken into custody by police Wednesday afternoon.
'It's just been a real honor' Ramsey ends decade of service as Covington's mayor
COVINGTON - After a decade leading the city of Covington, Mayor Sam Ramsey presided over his last City Council meeting Dec. 17.
COVINGTON - Last month, the Newton County Board of Education was presented with a new honor.
COVINGTON - A woman who allegedly fought several patrons and employees at a local bar and grill, as well as a Covington Police Department officer, was taken into custody last week.
COVINGTON - A 56-year-old man is facing theft by taking charges after he was allegedly caught stealing from a metal fabricating business last week.
COVINGTON - Covington has received a $100,000 grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to fund repairs to a new homeless shelter, according to Mayor Sam Ramsey.
McDONOUGH - A 17-point third quarter wasn't enough for the Eastside girls basketball team as the Lady Eagles were outscored the other three quarters of their 55-39 loss to Forest Park in the first round of the Eagle's Landing Christian Academy Hooptacular on Wednesday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Columbus hopes a decisive win can get the Blue Jackets out of their recent funk.
CARTERSVILLE - The Newton boys basketball team's quest for a third straight title in the Century Bank Holiday Hoopfest started with a strong performance Wednesday at Cass High School.
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Hawks are winning like it's 1999.
Let the exchanging begin - unless you took care of it yesterday.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Todd McClure spent the last three years feeling good about his job.
The Col. John McIntosh Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recognized Candace Lee Brown from Rockdale County High School, Kyle W. Ramsey from Heritage High School and Haiyen Pham from Salem High School with the DAR Good Citizen Award. The students were rewarded for possessing the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. They were selected by their peers after each school's faculty made nominations. In addition to the recognition from the DAR, Brown, Ramsey and Pham will receive college scholarship money from the Dorothy H. Davis Memorial Scholarship. Pictured here, left to right, Heather Davis Lee; Bill Davis; Candace Lee Brown; Haiyen Pham; Cadet Major Kyle Ramsey; Enid Hansen, the DAR's Good Citizen chairwoman; and Beth Andersen, scholarship chairwoman with the DAR.
The answer to a cynic's question 'Do elections matter?' may be partially found in the way judges have handled an Indiana voter photo ID law that requires people to prove their identities before they can vote. The Supreme Court will begin 2008 by hearing arguments in one of the most volatile political cases to come before it since Bush vs. Gore in the 2000 presidential election.