News for Friday, August 26, 2011

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Seniors eligible for forgivable federal loans

Low-income seniors in Rockdale and Newton may be eligible for forgivable loans for improvements to their homes.

Citizen newspapers to launch Weekend Edition

The Rockdale Citizen and Newton Citizen plan to launch a combined Weekend Edition.

Newton takes advantage of General drops

Newton County 21, Shiloh 0

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Mills joins Social Circle City Council race

Political newcomer Crenan Mills has announced he will run for a seat on the Social Circle City Council.

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Mills joins race for Social Circle City Council seat

Political newcomer Crenan Mills has announced he will run for a seat on the Social Circle City Council.

Citizen newspapers to launch Weekend Edition

The Rockdale Citizen and Newton Citizen plan to launch a combined Weekend Edition.

Square concerts kick off Thursday

The Arts Association's Concerts on the Square series kicks off Thursday.

Illegal Dumping On The Rise

The rise of half-finished or vacant subdivisions in Rockdale County has led to an increase in something else -- illegal dumping.

RWR receives awards for water quality

Rockdale County is home to some of the best water in the state, according to the Georgia Association of Water Professionals.

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Lamar Brown to run for Covington Council

Covington native Lamar Brown will run against Keith Dalton in the Post 3, East Ward Covington Council race.

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Dual enrollment numbers up at GPC

Georgia Perimeter College's dual enrollment program continues to grow.

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Words of wisdom

To hear the lilt and laughter in Joyce Fincher's voice, one could never imagine that this delightful Covington woman has experienced more heartbreak and tragedy in her life than that of two or three other people combined.. Her life story is filled with unexpected losses, brushes with death and crushing

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