COVINGTON - Nellie Steele Johnson has seen a lot of changes in her lifetime.
COVINGTON - This Saturday, 1,500 people be working along local roadways, picking up litter for the third annual Roads for Jesus.
COVINGTON - Authorities with the Covington Police Department, Covington Fire Department and Georgia Bureau of Investigation's Bomb Disposal Unit were called to LB Recycling Center on Washington Street on Monday afternoon following the discovery of dynamite in a load of scrap metal.
COVINGTON - "I want to be your next sheriff," is the motto Newton County Sheriff's Office Investigator Lt. Gwen Hightower wants residents to remember when they head to the ballot box later this year.
OXFORD - Oxford resident Tom Turner retired about 10 years ago, but that doesn't mean he just sits around at home all day.
Getting older is not for weenies - although it's certainly true that weenies get older, too. Have you seen Al Gore lately?
Massive metro Atlanta growth has given Georgia a major transportation problem. Virtually everyone agrees. So legislation is being pushed in the House for a referendum on raising sales taxes 1 percent - dedicated to transportation. This act would increase taxes by $1.5 billion per year for eight years. I oppose it, and you deserve to know why.
This year's session of the Georgia General Assembly is more than half complete. Friday, Feb. 22, marked day 22 of the 2008 session.
I didn't intend to watch, but it was like a train wreck - I just couldn't look away.
ATLANTA - Salem's inexperience was too much to overcome against Mays in the first round of the Class AAAA state playoffs Saturday night.
CONYERS - Prep baseball heavyweights collided Monday at Danny Blue Field as Heritage and Marist faced off in each team's 2008 season opener.
DULUTH - Salem's Peter Yates and the Eastside Eagles proved they were the best in Class AAAA by winning state championships Saturday in the State Traditional Wrestling Tournament at The Arena at Gwinnett Center.
CONYERS - In just his second season at the helm of the Salem baseball team, coach Chris Davis is hoping experience brings big dividends this spring.
DECATUR - The Southwest DeKalb girls showed why they're ranked No. 1 in Class AAAA against Heritage in the first round of the state playoffs on Saturday.
Your Georgia Senate has moved beyond the halfway point of the 2008 legislative session, having finished 22 of the required 40 business days. The pace is increasing daily as senators and representatives go about their work. This week, I'd like to discuss several important pieces of legislation that I have focused on thus far.