COVINGTON - Covington authorities are seeking information leading to the whereabouts of a man who reportedly groped a woman's breasts in the parking lot of Newton Medical Center during the early morning hours Sunday.
COVINGTON - Monitoring of methane gas contamination in and around the Newton County Landfill on Lower River Road is being stepped up after the discovery that the previous monitoring system was in disrepair.
COVINGTON - Dozens of area residents are expected Saturday at a motorcycle ride that will raise money for high school graduates.
COVINGTON - Shoppers at Covington Gallery retail center on Turner Lake Road may have recently witnessed an unusual sight: 56 pigeons taking off in flight in the middle of an asphalt parking lot.
COVINGTON - A battery charge against a Covington pastor, the Rev. Clara Mae Lett, was dropped by a judge last week at a preliminary hearing held in Newton County Magistrate Court.
ATLANTA - Joe Johnson scored 28 points, Josh Childress added 20 and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Milwaukee Bucks 115-96 on Wednesday night to maintain the eighth and final playoff position in the Eastern Conference.
COVINGTON - The Heritage boys and the Newton girls set the tone for the fourth annual Citizen Challenge with strong performances in the field events on the first day.
CONYERS - Alcovy grabbed a quick lead over Salem on Wednesday, but the lead didn't last as the Seminoles scored 11 unanswered runs and topped the Tigers 11-1 in six innings at Salem.
COVINGTON - For the second time this season, the Newton-Alcovy girls tennis match came down to Newton's Holly Springer at No. 3 singles and, once again, she was able to pull out a victory to give the Lady Rams the victory.
The East Metro Board of Realtors held quite a celebration last week. An awards luncheon at Always Banquet Center in Conyers yielded numerous accolades for the professional Realtors who have stood out in the past year, for either professional or personal accomplishments. Awards were given for a variety of achievements, and many of those who received them are featured on the pages of our Real Estate Plus section today.
I love talking to folks about where they were reared, and no matter where that happens to have been - or when - we can usually find a little commonality. Take David Sargent, for instance. He's a good fellow who likes NASCAR and college football and thinks, for the most part, about like I do - which is a scary thing. David has gone to church with me for a while, but I haven't had the chance to get to know him until recently.