News for Friday, June 10, 2011

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Newton Poll - 06-11-11

"I am so tired of making complaints and getting no response from the code enforcement officer for the city. Maybe the area that used to be Covington Mills is not important to them, but we go to church there and always have. ...

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Seniors' world tour

Friday was International Day at the Turner Lake Senior Center and was celebrated with lots of good food and music from around the world.

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Porterdale council gives final OK to water rate increase

The City Council voted Monday night to increase water and sewer rates as a result of an increase in the wholesale cost of treated water and wastewater from the Newton County Water and Sewer Authority.

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Economic panel seeking film locales

The Conyers Rockdale Economic Development Council is creating a database of locations to help movie and television film crews find the right scene for their productions.

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DTC president to retire

COVINGTON -- The president of DeKalb Technical College announced Wednesday that she plans to retire next month to take a regional education job.

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2011 grads offered more than $11M in scholarships

COVINGTON -- The Newton County School System has announced that this school year's graduating seniors have been offered more than $11 million in scholarships to date.

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Middle Ridge up for Big Lots contest

CONYERS -- Middle Ridge Elementary School is hoping to win up to $20,000 as part of a Big Lots contest.

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Seniors' world tour

Friday was International Day at the Turner Lake Senior Center and was celebrated with lots of good food and music from around the world.

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