COVINGTON - Those hosting private events on the Square in downtown Covington now have the option of paying a fee to use city electricity.
COVINGTON - A tragedy was narrowly averted when a women allegedly pulled a gun on her husband and fired a round into a door of the couple's home Saturday night, according to the Covington Police Department.
COVINGTON - Volunteers of The Sojourner Truth Observational Study Hometel Inc. are holding a fundraiser to educate the public on the dangers of being overweight and obese.
NEW YORK - With his 100 mph fastball, Stephen Strasburg has all but eliminated any mystery about which player will be picked first by the Washington Nationals in the baseball draft tonight.
ORLANDO, Fla. - Kobe Bryant has changed his look.
CONYERS - Post 77's baseball teams had their share of excitement and agony splitting their games Sunday.
COVINGTON - After more than a year and a half of waiting, workers and volunteers with the Garden of Gethsemane Homeless Shelter have begun moving into their new location on Turner Lake Circle in Covington.
DUBLIN, Ohio - No one is surprised when Tiger Woods wins a golf tournament.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Kyle Busch has always bucked the system, embracing the notoriety that comes with being NASCAR's newest bad boy.
The following food service establishment inspection reports were provided by the Environmental Health Division of the Rockdale County Health Department and the Newton County Health Department. Restaurants that score from 90 to 100 get a letter grade A; those that rate 80-89 get a B; a tally of 70-79 is a C; and below 70 is a U, or unacceptable. A restaurant scoring 70 or above is allowed to operate if there are no critical violations. If a facility is rated U on consecutive inspections, it must close and the owner must prove that it can be operated safely before reopening is allowed.
Eastside's Asia Palmer, front row, second from left, recently signed a track scholarship with Albany State University. Sitting next to Palmer are her parents, Lawrence James and Myrna Palmer-James, and grandmother, Claire Palmer. Standing are, from left, sister Symeria Palmer, brother Lorenzo James, Eastside track coach Frankie Iverson and grandfather Joe Palmer.
Special Photo: Ben Hellekson