COVINGTON - A Covington teen is facing numerous charges after he was apprehended by police outside a local convenience store last week.
Staff Photo: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith
COVINGTON - The Porterdale City Council voted Monday night to enter into an agreement with Newton County to split the costs in half of acquiring all the rights of way at the intersection of Ga. Highway 81 and Crowell Road for a proposed improvement project.
COVINGTON - The Newborn Town Council remains undecided on whether it will pull funding of Fire Station No. 6, according to Mayor J.W. Cummings.
COVINGTON - City of Covington utility customers will soon be able to pay their bills via credit or debit cards.
OXFORD - The City of Oxford adopted a resolution at its Monday meeting to apply for a Community Development Block Grant in order to repair 1,500 feet of water lines.
GREEN BAY, Wis. - Brett Favre finally met the one person who could stop him - and that was himself.
The following are registered sexual offenders residing in Rockdale County as of March 4:
COVINGTON - The Eastside boys golf team, led by its only senior Taylor Smith, is off to a 2-0 start, while the Eastside girls are working on their game to be competitive by the time the region tournament comes around.
Although most people in Rockdale County knew the late Robert Lamar Lane simply as "Bob," his close friends and family called him "Bobby."
I may have overdone it this year by committing myself to run three half-marathons in three months. The trouble came when my friend Alan White, who did a triathlon last year, said he would support me by running with me in all three races.
Can this be true? A movement is afoot in the Capitol to change the title of House Speaker Glenn Richardson's sweeping tax reform measure. Overnight, Romeo's GREAT Tax Plan would become known as the DEAD Tax Plan.
Politicians of the losing party are always quick to find the "gimmick" a winning opponent has so obviously mastered that explains the winner's success with the voters.
CONYERS - Heritage's track and field teams are hoping the 2008 season yields a long list of accomplishments.
ATLANTA - Baron Davis scored 35 points and Stephen Jackson had 29 to lead the Golden State Warriors to their fourth straight victory, 135-118 over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night.