COVINGTON - The Covington-Newton County Chamber of Commerce will be rocking this summer with its annual beach concert.
COVINGTON - A houseboat in tow by a truck hit power lines on Access Road at Harold Dobbs Road during rush hour Thursday evening, causing the lines to come down across Access Road and both eastbound and westbound Interstate 20.
COVINGTON - The Covington City Council held a special called meeting Friday morning to approve a contract with the Georgia Department of Transportation for rehabilitation of Covington Municipal Airport.
CONYERS - With Independence Day coming next weekend, fireworks are a popular item. But fire safety experts urge the community to take precautions to ensure a safe holiday.
COVINGTON - For D.J. Seals, fitness is survival, not only from a health standpoint, but because of his job. A detective with the Covington Police Department and a member of the Covington/Newton County SWAT team, fitness can mean the difference between life and death.
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CONYERS - A Rockdale County Sheriff's Office deputy was taken to an Atlanta hospital by helicopter Friday afternoon for injuries sustained after his patrol car crashed into a residence on McDaniel Mill Road.
CONYERS - Brandon Thomas must have taken personally Duluth's plan to pitch around the No. 9 hitter to face him instead.
DULUTH - Tell Evander Kane that he lacks the size to play next season for the Atlanta Thrashers, and the 18-year-old doesn't exactly agree.
WIMBLEDON, England - Lo and behold, Roger Federer actually lost a set at Wimbledon on Friday.
LOUDON, N.H. - Jimmie Johnson hasn't hit his stride - yet.
ATLANTA - Jeff Teague posed in the Hawks' 18th-floor conference room, proudly holding up his new jersey with a number that hasn't been seen very often in Atlanta.
ATLANTA - John Smoltz woke up in his own bed, made pancakes for the kids, took a dip in the pool, then headed to the ballpark.
ATLANTA - Josh Beckett threw seven more scoreless innings against the Braves and David Ortiz homered, leading the first-place Boston Red Sox past slumping Atlanta 4-1 on Friday night.