News for Tuesday, February 15, 2011

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Conscious consumers: Oxford College focuses on sustainability of food, water

Students and staff at Oxford College have expanded their focus on sustainability this month.

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Conyers man pleads guilty to exploitation

A Conyers man pleaded guilty this week to several child exploitation charges in connection with a December 2009 incident that eventually led to an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Cyber Crime Task Force.

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Library kicks off children's programs

Now that it has been open a month, Porter Memorial Library is expanding its services by kicking off a series of children's programs.

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Newton Pet of the Week -- Feb. 16, 2011

Newton Your Next Best Friend

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General Mills presents grants supporting health education

CONYERS -- Area educational organizations are benefiting from the help of General Mills again this year.

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General Mills presents grants for healthy education

Area educational organizations are benefiting from the help of General Mills again this year.

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Library kicks off children's programs

COVINGTON — Now that it has been open a month, Porter Memorial Library is expanding its services by kicking off a series of children's programs.

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Authorities: Vase vandals strike again

COVINGTON — In less than a week the cemetery vandals have struck again, according to the Newton County Sheriff's Office. The total is now up to 126 vases, or approximately $35,000 worth of bronze, that have been stolen since mid-January from Lawnwood Cemetery at 1111 Access Road.

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