COVINGTON - The Covington Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a juvenile who has been missing since Friday.
COVINGTON - Ross Whatley of Decatur was the only golfer in the 76-player field to shoot par in the Atlanta Junior Golf Association tournament Wednesday at The Oaks Course.
OMAHA, Neb. - Michael Phelps is halfway home to setting his program for the Beijing Olympics.
WIMBLEDON, England - Lest anyone forget that Roger Federer has, indeed, lost at Wimbledon, the BBC filled time during a rain delay Wednesday by rolling tape of his 2002 first-round exit against Mario Ancic.
ATLANTA - Ryan Howard hit a three-run homer, Pat Burrell added his second homer of the series and the Philadelphia Phillies survived a ninth-inning scare to beat the Atlanta Braves 7-3 on Wednesday night.
CONYERS - It must take some guts to steal one of the most recognizable cars in the world.
COVINGTON - County commissioners approved an agreement Tuesday night to provide school resource officers to the Newton County School System.
PORTERDALE - Nancy Naya has been a one-woman animal control force in Porterdale. Tuesday night, the City Council gave her the go-ahead to enlist some recruits in her efforts to curb the dog and cat populations in the mill town.
CONYERS - Both Conyers Post 77 and Rockdale Post 77 have had solid starts to the American Legion baseball season as the two teams sit atop the North Georgia Area standings.
Top, Rockdale County firefighters work to extinguish the third residential fire in two days Wednesday. According to Deputy Fire Chief Mike Lee, a call came in around 1:30 p.m. that a home at 1423 Pickett's Court in the Pickett's Ridge subdivision was on fire. The home was totally destroyed by the blaze. Lee said at least four cars were damaged, and one vehicle caught on fire. No other homes in the subdivision were damaged. One Rockdale County firefighter was transported to Rockdale Medical Center, where he was treated for a sprained ankle. Lee said it appeared the fire began on a deck on the rear of the house and is considered accidental. Bottom, Nikki Kearns, center, comforts her mother, Susan Spezzano, while she watches the house burn, and her brother, Blake Spezzano, looks on.
COVINGTON - Residents in Newton and Rockdale counties have plenty of opportunities to celebrate the Fourth of July this year, with lots of activities planned for the three-day weekend.