Fire danger doesn't emanate just from turkey fryers. More cooking fires are reported on Thanksgiving Day than any other time of the year, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
* Willie Bagley Jr., 43, 2183 Lee St., open container, criminal trespass, giving false name or address to law enforcement officer.* April Lynn Baker, 24, 338 Morris Drive, Conyers, court sentenced.
The City Council has agreed to give Newton County a perpetual easement along the stream buffers at the city's Land Application System to help meet mitigation requirements for the Bear Creek Reservoir.
An intersection improvement project at Salem and Spring roads began Wednesday as part of the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
A very special birthday party will take place Sunday afternoon as the men and women of the Covington Fire Department mark a century of service.
The Cousins Middle School competition cheerleading squad recently won the NEWROCK League Cheerleading Championship, as well as the title of Newton County champions for the second year in a row.
Nan Lamperski with Wal-Mart presented Coach David Smith of Social Circle High School with a $1,000 check to benefit the school's swim team.
Holocaust survivor Herbert Kohn recently spoke to students at Eastside High School about his experiences in Germany in the 1930s and 1940s and also about his time in World War II as a member of the United States Army.
Iowa City, IA --The latest edition of the ACT Parent Newsletter (www.act.org/path/parent) is now available online.
Morrow -- The deadline for prospective Clayton State University students to apply for the spring 2010 semester is fast approaching.